A Blessing in Disguise

We officially have 100 followers of our blog, with over 4,000 hits! And this isn’t even counting the 50+ followers on our Facebook page.  Wow!!

We have followers from Africa, Australia, the UK, Sweden, Denmark, Barbados, Canada, and of course, the U.S.

We truly cannot thank you enough for your support during such a difficult time in our lives.

When we set out to create this blog a few months ago, we had 3 things in mind:

1. Help others experiencing similar struggles know they are not alone.  Many days, we scoured the internet looking for information, or just a glimmer of hope.

2. Begin to heal as we tell our story.  We kept our infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss under wraps for so long, we knew we could not begin the healing process without coming forward.

3. Share our love for God, and his love for us, with others. 

In honor of our 100 followers, we feel we should count our blessings even more than usual today.

When it comes to blessings, my mom has taught me many things over the years.

Above all, there is one that stuck with me the most, and really rings true today…sometimes things that happen in our lives that we do not understand, can be a blessing in disguise.

For example, this blog!  Had we not experienced the horrific year we have, losing 3 consecutive pregnancies, we would not have met so many special people.  I had no idea what a huge part of my life this blog would become. And even though it has only been a few short months, I cant imagine my life without it!

People have touched our lives, and inspired us.  We can only pray that we can do the same for them and many others.

There are blessings in every person’s life, and in every situation, although it is hard to believe this while you are going through the storm.

Remember, sometimes you just have to search a little deeper for it a midst all of the muck.  Trust me, you will find the rainbow if you look hard enough.


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