Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Tails from the trenches!


I am not sure what to write. Its only 24 hours since the LP and my vision has started to go. I have an appointment the 7th of November and I should get to know what is going to happen with the next 6 months. Right now I am going through the internet to see how other women deal with Bed rest and children. I am going to have to start a plan for the house and the family. I fear I am in for a long haul and most likely a preemie baby. Liam is tired and out of sorts Rose is enjoying the Mcdonalds for Breakfast, and Dinner plus a tux order for lunch. I have contacted her school to get help with making sure Rose is handling all this okay. I will most likely be in and out of the hospital and she may feel left out. Laim's school sent flowers and a card wich was great! I will be working on not feeling a ton of guilt and not stressing the baby out. So please send emails and blog with me so I don't feel so alone!

Whatever you ask for in Prayer with faith you will receive. Matthew 21:22

5 comments:

~Lori said...

Oh sweetheart... I don't know what to say. I'm sorry you're running into serious health problems again... none of you deserve this. I wish with all my heart that we were closer so we could help out.

The best advice I can think of is to remind you that stressing about things that are beyond your control is counterproductive. Just try to keep your energy focused on what you can control. (Sorry if this seems trite and obvious. It's the best I can come up with!)

Love you all!

Anonymous said...

my darlin.. my dear. Don't feel guilty. You are a wonderful mother and wife... the proof of that is that husband and daughter are still alive! That says a lot! I love you so much and I wish I could be with you to help out. Know that all the love and well wishing I have in my little body go out to you everyday. Hang in there my friend.

Anonymous said...

is that your bedroom??? love mom

Suzer said...

Have Liam go to the library and get you some books on tape to help save your eyes. You need to put all your energy into taking care of yourself and growing a baby. It doesn't seem like it now, but it will only be such a short time in the grand scheme of things. And Rose will be fine. My mom had bone cancer when we were all under the age of five and we turned out just fine, even though she spent half a year recoperating in bed. Let her spend lots of cuddle time with you in bed reading and watching movies. HUGS!!

Morgan said...

no this is not my bedroom Im poor it looks like someone threw up