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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Life is about to become very interesting!!!

Hellow my fellow bloggers!

I know it's been a long time since my last post, but I have some pretty incredible news to share! For many years I've been terrified of having more children. My biggest fear was having another child that is disabled. It's taken me many years to get over this fear. I might not be completely over the fear, but I'm ready to move forward. May 14, 2012, was the day my little Aireonna went back to her mom's, and my family's life was changed permanently. Again! Even though this time it's been very difficult, I have learned a lot about myself and what I'm capable of handling. One thing I learned about myself throughout this entire ordeal, is that I am much more stronger than I thought it was. For the last few years, I've told my husband Adam, whenever he was ready to have more children I would also be ready. Finally, around the time my daughter turned 14 years old, he decided he was ready. Meagan turned 14 on December 1, 2012. about mid-December I decided that I was also ready, and we began to plan for our new baby. On January 15, 2013, we found out I am pregnant. Wow! That was really fast. In a matter of a couple weeks, I got pregnant. Our newest baby should be born on September 23-25, 2013! We are very happy for this new little person, to become a part of our world.

So, as the new year begins, a new chapter in our life begins! I never thought my children would be 14 years apart in age, but I couldn't be any happier. The only thing that will make me even more happier; is if we have a boy. My daughter Meagan, is really excited to become a big sister. She has decided that if we have a boy, his name should be "Scrap Boy." Scrap boy, is a character on a cartoon that Meagan loves! She is so funny, whenever I ask her if she wants a brother or sister, she says sister. I think she does this because she misses Aireonna. She called Aireonna her sister and she misses her immensely. They say time heals all wounds. I hope so.