4 Misconceptions About Adoption

4 Misconceptions About Adoption

We’ve come across so many misconceptions about adoption since first deciding to start the process earlier this year. Honestly, many of these were things we believed, too. Richard’s mom and uncle were adopted and I grew up with foster kids in our home for a time, but we still knew so little. After hours of training, reading and talking to both birth moms and adoptive families, we’ve learned a few things about what adoption looks like in 2016… though we still…

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Blogging Infertility

Blogging Infertility

Blogging is raw, personal and permanent. So I have no idea why I’m reopening my blog (which left off with me perfectly healthy, pregnant and running a freaking MARATHON) to talk about my infertility and loss (and all the other stuff like life and adoption, but let’s start off with bang here). I’m not blogging to be the voice of miscarriage, because the battle is so personal and complex. I’m not blogging to be a voice of support, because I…

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A New Life

A New Life

Forget living like you’re dying- live like you’re having a baby! I may complain about constipation and admit that I don’t feel connected to my baby yet, but the truth is that pregnancy has already changed my life in more

Another Pregnancy Post

Another Pregnancy Post

I swore this wouldn’t turn into a pregnancy blog, but, this is another pregnancy post. I’m pregnant. It’s what’s going on. I’ll think of other things to talk about soon.   Tomorrow I will post about CrossFitting with a baby