“Still today I struggle with blaming myself for losing those precious baby girls of ours. I try to remind myself that the boys are healthier because of it.”
“Her brain misfires more than 80% of her life, even during sleep. She has been hospitalized hundreds of times, has stopped breathing, her heart has stopped and she has had to be resuscitated. She looks like Cinderella but lives like Sleeping Beauty.”
“People see me feed a 7-year-old with a spoon as I try to block her other hand from grabbing, and keep her from jumping in her seat.”
“All the major things going wrong are things you would NEVER notice by looking at her.”
“I don’t know the details of anyone else’s loss, nor can I say I know exactly how they were affected by loss. But I do know that there is no ‘only’ in pregnancy loss. Not in mine or anyone else’s.”
“When Celia was home from school, she noticed the refrigerator door did not have the dog collar around the handles. ‘It’s nice to not have to lock the fridge. Can we leave it like this …just for today?,’ she asked, and I nodded. This one affected me.”
“The single mom teacher has to decide if she leaves her kid an orphan, or opens the door for her other kid screaming for help.”
The small town of Trumann, Arkansas, is calling him their hometown hero.
The Michigan State Police came up with the clever solution to shorten the fall for the man who was threatening suicide.
“One boy in Jr. High, with help from his friends, made my day-to-day life miserable.”