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bzmomo7

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  1. Thought I'd give a quick update..............baby Joseph is here safe and sound! 8lbs. 7 oz. 21" born on 4-1-14. Still trying to work through the "newborn phase".....establishing a good milk supply and straightening out his nights/days. The labor went REALLY well and quickly, to. Really thankful for our new little blessing from the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. In all fairness, I'm not thrilled when someone shows up at MY house unannounced, either. I do; however, try to be nice about it. Our family knows me, though, it's like, "If you want me to put aside what I'm busy with (with soon to be 7 kiddos at home again, believe me, I would have stuff to lay aside!) then just give me a little ring first so that I can plan on wrapping up what I'm doing. I'll make much better company that way, I promise." When I've been out door-to-door I try to remind myself of that and keep it brief if the person seems busy......if I can just invite them to church and
  3. My son told me a couple of days ago that if I bought hamburger, he'd go out and cook them on the grill for me! I was like, "Isn't it a little cold?" (He's tough, you know.......he's a teenager, now) So, I'm looking out the window and It is snowing outside. Guess what he's doing right now??!! Oh! How I LOVE grilled hamburgers with the fixin's!!!
  4. Someone just needs to go back to the title and alter it a little. There is a lot of good stuff on here! The last few comments are really getting to the heart of the matter, though. It is all about gender roles and submission to authority the way God has ordained it. We either do it willingly the way it is intended or we fight it tooth and nail in the gray, and sometimes not-so-gray areas!
  5. Thank you. I'm looking forward to April, too. My sister had a stillbirth and another baby she had died from an infection when he was 7 days old. She has only one living child. My husband's parents lost their firstborn son in stillbirth. The hospitals back then never let his mother grieve, and they quickly whisked him away and she did not get to hold him and they and the family attempted to keep her from going to the funeral....unsuccessfully, thankfully. I can't imagine losing a child when you expected all to be well. I knew for five months about our son's condition. So, we had time
  6. What is really hard to swallow, Candlelight, is that this defect is really common. 1 out of 1000 pregnancies are affected by it. Over 95% of them are quietly terminated. I've been there, I understand the hurt, and I understand the feelings that you are so overwhelmed with that you'd love to go bury your head in the sand or run away.........it still isn't right.
  7. It has been quite a year for our family. Last fall we were expecting our 6th son (9th child) and at my 20wk. ultrasound we got the terrible news that our son had anencephaly, a neural tube defect that prevents the proper formation of the skull, and brain, and therefore is uniformly fatal. Of course, the specialists were gently giving their recommendations of termination. We told them of our moral convictions and my regular doctor proceeded on as normal. Before this, I could never have imagined what it would be like to carry a baby you know won't make it. He was so active, and he was a la
  8. Thank you all for the prayer! I got the test results back this morning. Everything that they could see was fine. I am going to post over in the testimony section the "rest of the story". This passed year has been something else.
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