Design Mom Pregnancy + Birth Story.

April 14, 2010

I wrote up another version of Little E's story.... Check it out here.

19 comments:

  1. I love your bedspread. And of course this picture is gorgeous. :)

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  2. oh wow. i'm fighting back tears at my desk. such a true and touching story. I've been in that dark valley myself, and know that new life can be so healing. Little E will be amazed when you tell her this story.

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  3. I'm so happy that you made it through, and I don't doubt that special connection.

    Thank you for sharing your story/stories. You are lovely on the inside AND out and visting your blog is such a pleasure.

    jbhat

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  4. Having been a reader here before, during, and after, I am grateful that you are now in a place where you can comfortably share that story. While more women are becoming comfortable talking about postpartum depression, the truth is that dark feeling can be triggered any time during pregnancy and after delivery. What I know for sure is that some woman is going to find herself in that place and think she is alien and alone and she will find your story and know what’s possible, if she is brave enough to let in help.

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  5. Big hugs to you. I am so proud of you and all that you've conquered this year. You're amazing.

    Love you!

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  6. i just read every beautiful word. thank you for sharing. am off to browse your pretty space.

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  7. that was by far my favorite birth story on Design Mom. What a beautiful and REAL bond.

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  8. i'm glad you survived your depression! you're a strong woman.
    sandy

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  9. Thanks for sharing such a real and touching part of your life. Got emotional reading it and I think everyone (especially moms) can relate to it in some way...you are a beautiful mom. :-)

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  10. I read your birth story on Design Mom and I just had to drop a note. Your story made me cry. I have also been in that spot, and everytime I look at my baby boys I am so thankful that we all came through it. Thanks for sharing. I am now going to check out your blog. The recipes have already caught me!

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  11. i am honored i saw you at that time.

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  12. Such a beautifully honest story. Thank you.

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  13. I read your story and remember the weeks that you disappeared from your blog and many of us worried and wondered how you were doing. So pleased for you that you got through it all and came out the other side smiling and loving and enjoying your family and your baby girl.

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  14. Just read your story on Design Mom and loved it so much. Perfect!

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  15. Well done! Thank you for sharing the full spectrum of your experience. I too remember you mentioning rough days on your blog last year. I was so impressed that you so quickly had the wisdom to reach out for help and that there were friends and family to scoop you up. Glad baby girl, you and family are well!

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  16. Well done! Thank you for sharing the full spectrum of your experience. I too remember you mentioning rough days on your blog last year. I was so impressed that you so quickly had the wisdom to reach out for help and that there were friends and family to scoop you up. Glad baby girl, you and family are well!

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  17. What a birth story! I am so glad that everything is good now.
    I'm also sure that writting this story helped you healing with the past.

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  18. Thank-you for sharing such a touching and personal story. Those dark places can be so frightening, but finding light through them is what inspires.

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