What a Year–looking back

A year ago right now I was dealing with horrible, horrible morning sickness (worth every second) and praying every day all woudl be well with baby. I must say I never imagined our biggest concern with her during the pregnancy would be breech presentation. Wow, all the ups and downs with that, baby is breech, baby is not breech, breech again, head down again. But even in that there were blessings. We found a great chiropractor who has helped myself, hubby and Sue. I am so thankful for that. So happy.

All in all this has been a year with lots of giggles and some grimaces. Here are some of the posts that I liked this year.

Talking about enjoying the moments

Reassurance for a Pregnancy

A Sick Little Girl

Great Pregnancy News

My Perspective on Biggest Loser

A Different Weight Struggle

Another Weight Struggle

Remembering My Dad

The Middle Names

Finding Silver Linings

Oh the Cuteness

Looking for Meadows

What are some of your faves?  If you blog, what are some of your own favorite posts?  Leave a link and I’ll check it out!

Survive til you Thrive!

2 Responses to What a Year–looking back

  1. I think my favorite one of your posts was the one about your Dad, and your vulnerability in "Very Dark Woods", which I read but didn't comment on but should have because it was excellent! 🙂 I haven't thought about a favorite post from my own blog! By the way, check out my "remodeled" Blog! I'm trying a new format that I think will simplify things for me in the "Blog World", instead of a stand alone website. I used to Blog over at Xanga years ago, and was able to build up more "community" there, so I will try my hand at Blogger and see what happens! I may even try my hand at Twitter, lol! I'd love it if you stop by! 🙂

  2. very cool. I will head over to check it out. Thank you for your feedback. Particularly the dark woods one, I want out there for other moms. I had originally decided I would never share that journey, but I need to make sense of it and the only way I know is to put it out there so the Lord can use it for others.

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