Making It

Quiet For Now

  • I'm sorry that you are dealing with so much right now.

    Choosing to tie your tubes is a huge decision, it is a loss no matter how many children you have, when that decision is taken from you for health reasons.

    I hope you are able to find some good shows or maybe get some coloring or journaling done to help the time pass as you wait for baby Eden. What a beautiful name!!


  • You've had quite a rough few days. I'm glad that bleeding has lessened. That's good. I remember having to have a hysterectomy when my baby was 2 years old. We had 4 children, 3 of which were born prematurely after prolonged bed rest. Getting them here was hard, and we knew that no more babies for our family was best, but it sure didn't make facing that decision any easier. It just feels so final. I like to think that we have a deeper appreciation for our babies because of all we've been through.

    Keep doing what you're doing. Each day still pregnant is a huge protection for your baby.



  • Hugs!  that a tough thing to come to terms with.  It one thing when we make that decision on our own terms but when we feel like we have to or the sake of our health and what could happen in a future pregnancy its hard.   We are hoping and praying along side of you as you wait the arrival of your sweet Eden.    

    You are doing great and are a super hero in my book!  

    Much Love


  • I hate that you have to deal with all of this on top of bed rest and worrying about sweet baby Eden. Just know that every day she stays inside is good for her and we are all thinking of you, hoping for you and baby Eden, and your family. Wishing you peace  with the decision about tieing your tubes for the sake of your health. It doesn't feel fair when the decision is more or less made for you.  

    Love and Hugs