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  1. christy says:

    awwh, the part about rosie asking God for a brother…..amazing. your family is beautiful and amazing! praying you get your wish of a baby in your belly real soon!

  2. Kelly says:

    Awww.. It’ll happen when it is time. My neighbor just started talking to me about baby fever, and how I must have it with Alice getting bigger. (I have no desire right now for the next one, though I love babies so much). I asked her if she had it, and she said they’d been trying for over 2 years now. She has a 9 year old boy who adores Alice and asks her when he can have a baby to play with. It’s been breaking my heart to think of them.

    Yay for Ada actually chewing oranges though!

  3. Myndie says:

    I know your frustrations! I found this article to be very helpful. Having faith, to me, is the most important thing.

    http://www.lds.org/general-conference/2010/04/continue-in-patience?lang=eng

  4. Karen says:

    I have been following your blog for a while now. I remember reading about your loss durring your second pregnancy. I just remember how strong of a person you must been to go through something like that.
    I just experienced my first loss just this week. I have two children and both pregnancies were normal/ healthy.
    When I found out I was expecting it was a shock. We were not trying and it took us a while to get pregnant the second time (I had to stop nursing, start charting..). I was not really wanting anymore kids (atleast not right now). And then the bleeding started. It was the worst thing I have ever gone through.
    I remembered reading what you had wrote and it gave me hope that I would be stronger in the end.
    I just wanted to say thanks for being so real on your blog and telling life how it its. Its so nice to hear real life not sugar coated.
    Faith is a good thing to have. Faith in God. Faith in people and Faith in ourself. =]

  5. sam says:

    I stumbled across your blog after typing in one of my favourite TS Eliot inventions. This post was very touching. I am an athiest who has no religious friends, so it was very informative to read about your struggle with god. Your post is full of a emotion and truth. Thank you for making the internet a nice place. :)

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