Doubt


I'm a Work in Progresss

I never doubted that Jesus was ABLE to prevent our children’s pain.
I never doubted He was ABLE to heal them at any time. 
We prayed and prayed. Both children were healed in His unique way, and in His time. But not in OUR Time.
So I doubted His love. 

June 13, 2017

Infant ‘Silent’ Reflux is NOT Silent: 5 Survival Tips for Parents


Parenting

1. MAKE Time For Sleep Duh-this may seem like a no-brainer if you haven’t had a hurting baby. But our baby hurt, and could not sleep. We rarely slept more than 4 hours per night, and those were non-consecutive 40 minute spurts. Sleep broken up like that is not restorative. As days months pass, the need […]

March 1, 2017

Infant Silent Reflux Is NOT Silent – Tongue Ties and Lip Ties DO Matter


Parenting

When our third baby was born, I knew something was not right when I nursed her, even in the hospital. Experience nursing her two siblings, something just did not feel right. Our daughter could not open her mouth wide to nurse, even with me using my finger to open wider. Once she did latch, she could not stay […]

December 30, 2016

Infant Silent Reflux is NOT Silent: My Experience Nursing and Caring for Our Hurting Son During His First Year


Parenting

This is part one of two posts about nursing a hurting reflux baby. This post is simply to share my experience and struggle nursing and caring for our son who had silent reflux. The purpose of part two is to encourage moms and equip those who support moms nursing hurting babies with knowledge of how to help. These women need your support […]

January 25, 2016

Infant Silent Reflux is NOT Silent – Our Experience Navigating Reflux Treatment


Parenting

This is the second post in a series on Infant Silent Reflux. Before reading this, it will be helpful to read about Our Search For An Answer To Our Baby’s Cries, which explains what Silent Reflux is, and our path to diagnosis. The only thing I’ll repeat from the previous post is this – Let me be clear: This article is […]

February 20, 2015