A Day of Sadness

What stands out is just how small she looked in that bed. — Her chest┬árhythmically┬ámoved up and down. There was a kind of comforting peace about her composition. A calmness. And there was silence. No one really had much to say. What could be said? On one side of the bed stood a few people,Continue reading “A Day of Sadness”

Getting Closer (and a stubborn baby)

After having to reschedule two times, today Sarah and I finally got to go get our last ultrasound for Micah. Usually, most people would not have to get this ultrasound at 34 weeks, but last time we went (week 20 — hard to believe!) the placenta was low lying, and so they wanted to makeContinue reading “Getting Closer (and a stubborn baby)”