Days I Remember She’s Still Sick

There are days when I forget that Davy is sick. Days were everything seems normal…haha…maybe normal isn’t the right word there…well at least somewhat normal. At this point, the constant hum and cadence of the oxygen machine, the militant rigidity of administering drugs, and the regular pattern of feeding – calculate milk, fill bottles with said milk, […]

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The Gift of Laughter

A Time to Weep and a Time to Laugh It was Solomon who said “there is a time to weep, and there is a time to laugh” (Eccl. 3:14). In reflection, over the last 92 days there has been more time of weeping than laughing and that’s ok. Some seasons usher in more tears than […]

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The Concept of Home

Our friends down the hall got to go home this past week!  Over 4 months they’ve endured the arduous journey that is life in the NICU. An expedition where the outcome is different for every traveler and not all travelers are promised a ticket home. It’s bitter sweet for fellow NICU families because your emotional […]

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