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Missy's Musings:Home Now
By Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
other than worrying about my tiny two and grieving over the little boy I lost, but sometimes it feels like its not real, and sometimes I feel as if people are wanting me to just get on with my life, but how can I, I wonder, but by the grace of God I am.
1:53 A.M CT
I am home now, Trach and all, but I am doing okay, other than worrying about my tiny two and grieving over the little boy I lost, but sometimes it feels like its not real, and sometimes I feel as if people are wanting me to just get on with my life, but how can I, I wonder, but by the grace of God I am.
The girls are holding there own, for being so small they have a lot of fight in them, Mamma Kendra says they remind her of me, and I have to smile at that.
The doctors are amazed at how well the girls are doing actually, they have been gaining weight, and have had no major crisis which is a major miracle from the Lord aboove, but still everytime the phone rings, or everytime I am visiting the NICU, and I hear a monitor go off my heart sinks.
Gregg and I have been talking about adopting a little boy, I know its soon for that sort of thing, but its not something we are just diving into, I know what it entails, I guess I am going to be taking after Mamma Kendra in that way. For now we just want a little boy, because we feel that will make our family complete.
Well I think I better call it a night its after two a.m but I felt I needed to write so I did.
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|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|It's going to take time for Missy to get over the death of her son, and worrying about her two surviving daughters. Glad that so far the girls are doing well; but I can sense her fear when she sees them in the NICU or hears the monitors going off unexpectedly when someone else has a crisis. Very unnerving to a mother of a sick newborn. Very unnerving for anyone, really. In any event, I am glad that all are doing better, and I am glad that they are thinking of adopting a little boy! Yet he won't replace the one that was lost. A most memorable Christmas for sure for Missy, Granny Kendra, and the rest of the gang! Very well penned, Michelle; brava!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :)
Won't be able to pst anything new; membership ran out yesterday afternoon, but someone's already taken care of matters. Will be back in a few days to a week or so; then more stories to come! :) (Too bad I ran out before hitting story #3,000!) Til then I can only message people or review; at least I'm still here in that sense! :) Still, very frustrating!!
Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen