Buy lasix pills http://andthismarinewife.com Tue, 03 Jul 2018 20:23:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.0.3 66310415 A Very Unexpected Blessing http://andthismarinewife.com/2015/01/unexpected-blessing.html http://andthismarinewife.com/2015/01/unexpected-blessing.html#comments Sat, 31 Jan 2015 12:00:07 +0000 http://andthismarinewife.com/?p=1382 So, I have come to realize that getting back into blogging after being gone for so long is a lot more difficult than I thought it would be! Good heavens! Not to mention, writing about my postpartum struggles is more challenging than I ever anticipated. I promise that I will continue my postpartum posts, as […]

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So, I have come to realize that getting back into blogging after being gone for so long is a lot more difficult than I thought it would be! Good heavens! Not to mention, writing about my postpartum struggles is more challenging than I ever anticipated. I promise that I will continue my postpartum posts, as I think they will be a help and blessing to anyone going through the same. But, I think I will need to do them sparingly over time, with other types of posts intermingling. With each new postpartum post, I will be sure to include links to the previous and next ones, as to keep the flow for those who might want to read them from start to finish. Phew! All of that to say that I am interrupting the series with a delightful little picture, courtesy of our boys . . .

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Surprised? So were we! Boy were we surprised!

I knew something was up when I started feeling nausea around the same time every evening for a couple nights in a row. Then one night, after waking up for the third or fourth time to go to the bathroom, I knew. I climbed back into bed, admittedly terrified. Our youngest wasn’t even a year old yet, and I was still going through severe postpartum issues. In fact, I had seemed to fall into a weeks’ long episode of extreme anxiety. I now know that it was because my body was trying to adjust to the new wave of pregnancy hormones. Things have since subsided, thankfully.

I woke the next morning and decided to get a pregnancy test. I wasn’t positive if I would be able to know so soon because I was still almost a week away from knowing for sure. But, I gave the heads up to my husband, and we bought a test that night. I couldn’t even get myself to look at it at first. My mind was reeling. I set it on the counter and paced and prayed. I wasn’t sure if I was hopeful for a positive or a negative. Finally, I grabbed that little white stick and flipped it over. Two very distinct lines flashed back at me. I laughed and then cried and then laughed again. Yes, despite my initial hesitation, I was excited! Another baby! Another blessing from the Lord! In that moment, all the postpartum struggles seemed to wash away. In that moment, they didn’t matter. God gave us this baby! I don’t know why, but His ways are not our ways. If it were up to me, would I have waited longer? Yes! A big, resounding yes! But it’s not up to me. It’s not up to my husband. God has made that perfectly clear.

I grabbed that positive stick and carried it out to the living room where my husband was getting our boys ready for bed. I couldn’t hide the smirk on my face. He didn’t have to see it. He knew. A big grin broke across his cheeks, and he guffawed. He snatched the test from my hands and stared at it, unable to contain his smile. He was excited too. He walked the battle with me. He endured the hardships of being the helpless husband of a woman going through so much mental pain. But, he was excited. He felt the same. God is going to do what He wants to do.

Are you worried? What about postpartum problems with this pregnancy? Yes, I do have anxieties about what this pregnancy might bring both before and after the birth. Women who have suffered postpartum mood disorders are most likely to suffer with subsequent births. I’ll admit that I’m still not completely healed from my last birth. My struggles have carried into this pregnancy, so now they are considered perinatal mood disorders. But, I will not let that keep me from rejoicing life. We are taking steps to keep me healthy during this pregnancy, both mentally and physically. I have a good team of doctors. Above all, I have a good God. He has brought me through so much, and I know He will keep our family and me in the palm of His hand. He will carry us through. Many have said to me that maybe this pregnancy is how God is going to officially heal me. Maybe that’s the reason. We don’t know. What I do know is that I am getting better. I do have some setbacks, but each day brings more healing.

All that said, we are celebrating this new life! Please rejoice with us! Our little nugget is due August 19. I am currently a little over 11 weeks. If he or she follows after his big brothers, there will be an early arrival. We are excited!

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