Archive for December, 2005

Bringing in the New Year

Posted on 31. Dec, 2005 by .

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As I look back at this past year, so much has happened. I know myself well enough that if I don’t purposely allow myself the grieving process, that I will let life get busy and just keep going. So I plan to give myself this weekend to do just that. Not that I can put […]

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And this ride ends…

Posted on 28. Dec, 2005 by .

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Well today we woke up early and went for a more thorough ultrasound at the hospital. The ultrasound technician thought she saw something near the right ovary, and was concerned that it may be an ectopic pregnancy, aka “tubal”. So we went to the fetal diagnostic center and the radiologist himself did another ultrasound. It’s […]

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Another big day!

Posted on 27. Dec, 2005 by .

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Well today we went for our repeat ultrasound, and as far as the doctor can tell there has no change. He terms it as a “anembryonic pregnancy”, meaning that a fertilized egg implanted, but never grew to become an embryo. So he recommended a D&C tomorrow. So after discussing the risks and reasons we scheduled […]

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It’s not over ’til it’s over!

Posted on 22. Dec, 2005 by .

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Last night we had our Nashville pastor and his family over for dinner. They prayed over us and the overwhelming sense in the room is “this isn’t over until it’s over”. God still has every capability to perform a miracle. Although I have accepted the possibility that God may choose a different path, I am […]

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The whole earth is a waiting room

Posted on 21. Dec, 2005 by .

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The hardest part now is waiting. I was reminded of a very profound word that my little sister was given years ago in the midst of a trial- “The whole earth is a waiting room”. Just when we think we have arrived, there will be something else that we are wanting and waiting for. While […]

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A day of tears

Posted on 19. Dec, 2005 by .

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Today we had our first ultrasound, and unfortunately received news that every new parent fears. The doctor says that it doesn’t look like the pregnancy is viable. By this stage, the baby should be developed more and it’s not. The sac should be bigger than it is. When asked what the chances were, he basically […]

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It’s so overwhelming!

Posted on 03. Dec, 2005 by .

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It has been a wonderful past few days. I know that some people don’t like telling people that they are pregnant until sometime has passed, but I think that sharing in the good news makes it so much more exciting. Everyone’s calls, e-mails, and prayers have just been so sweet. I had my repeat HCG […]

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