Stella had her Spica cast removed! We always knew it would be removed- I mean it had to come off at some point but at times it felt as if the life we were living with the cast was our eternity. 2 months is a loooong long stretch in a once in a lifetime infancy period. … Continue reading A Post About A Photo
I know many have been waiting on the edge of their seats to hear what happened next when Stella woke up from her surgery. Not sure if it's against blogging customs but I'll go ahead and tell you why the wait. I had nothing good to say. Up until just a few days ago, there … Continue reading The Good News
What do you do while your child is under general anesthesia having surgery? You blog about it. 4:00 a.m. the alarms went off. Not surprisingly, I was already awake. Though it didn't seem natural. It was still dark out, baby monitor was silent, and hubby was snoring. On a typical Saturday morning, we'd all be … Continue reading We Left. She Stayed.
Ok ok, I’ve got to come clean. I didn’t just start this blog to talk about handling home life as a mother. My daughter has hip dysplasia and I need to vent. I’ve heard many people say, “I thought only dogs could get hip dysplasia.” And while I’m infuriated by the fact that someone just … Continue reading Developmental Dysplasia of the Hips- DDH for short.
Hi there. I'm Emily and am new to this blogging thing so I'll start with a personal introduction. I consider my titles or 'hats', if you will, to be never ending- wife, daughter, sister, friend, crafter, admin, the list goes on. I recently took on my newest, most important title: Mother. I am a … Continue reading Her Name Is Stella