Saturday, January 16, 2010

A Year Ago Today . . .

A Year Ago Today

I sat nervously in the waiting room at the Perinatologist.

A Year Ago Today

I was called into the ultrasound room and patiently lay there with goop on my belly as the technician checked on our baby girl.

A Year Ago Today

Tears filled my eyes, and I hung tight to my husband as we were told to head over to Labor and Delivery seven weeks early.

A Year Ago Today

I had my first of two steroid injections to help develop Kam's little lungs.

A Year Ago Today

I said good-bye to my husband and daughters as they left for home while I stayed in the hospital.

A Year Ago Today

Was the start of a very long two weeks of waiting, worry, prayer, and ultimately a miracle only God could have provided.

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Helene said...

Oooooh, I got chills reading this. I remember going through this myself...the nerves, the anxiety, the never-ending prayers.

Thank goodness we both have happy endings....isn't it amazing when you think how far you've come!

Connie Weiss said...

Ohh....memories. So glad everything turned out alright!

Foursons said...

I am so glad things turned out the way they did!

Tiffany said...

God is so good! Cannot wait to read the rest of your story. What a terribly difficult time that must have been for you and your family. I am so glad that God blessed you with your little miracle baby!

Jenny said...

So scary! I went into preterm labor at 30 weeks and it was frightening!

sanjeet said...

Thank goodness we both have happy endings....isn't it amazing when you think how far you've come!

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He & Me + 3 said...

Glad I know how the story turned out and that you are not going through that right is very scary when you are smack dab in the middle of it all. Oh that baby is so sweet I can't wait to read her birthday post:)

Becca said...

Wow- I had no idea- it is interesting to look back on the miracle God blessed you with and see the amazing journey to get her!! Thanks for sharing it with us!


Colleen said...

Wow, that was a powerful post, and experience for you. But it was totally worth it, right?? I already know your answer :)

Rachel Sue said...

I'm with Tiffany. I'm interested to hear the rest of the story.

It's such blessing to have miracles in our lives, isn't it?


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