Life is too precious to stop living, to hide away, to have self-pity and to have self-doubt. Yes - I stopped living my life after the birthfather went to jail, Yes - I stopped living my life after the birth, Yes - I stopped living my life while fighting the contempted adoption and… Continue reading L is for Life….
Throughout my pregnancy and post-pregnancy, I kept myself in isolation. I went one complete year without saying a word to anyone that was not in my everyday life or within my inner circle. I was three months along in my pregnancy on Easter of 2014 when I decided to break one… Continue reading I is for Isolation….
Why would I have to worry about homophobic people in my journey....Well simply because when I choose a family, I chose a same-sex couple. Homophobia ~ "Encompasses a range of negative attitudes and feelings toward homosexuality or people who are identified or perceived as being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT)." I know I should not let those people's judgement effect me but when comments are made… Continue reading H is for Homophobia……
I was given a Giving Key by my son's adoptive parents when they came to the hospital and met him for the first time. Baby B was placed into the arms of one his parents by mom mom and I placed the key around my neck. I gave them a family but they gave me… Continue reading G is for Giving…..
Fallon was born in May 2017 almost two and a half year after B was born. I from the time B was born till Fallon was born never opened my heart to an infant because I was afraid to love a baby. That all changed when I held her for the first time, from that… Continue reading F is for Fallon
I had 3 choices to choose from each to be weighed, each to soul search, each to consider and each to love. My parents came to stay with me when Bryan went to jail because even though I had a restraining order, I was scared, my kids were scared and I needed my mommy and… Continue reading D is for Decision…..