Share The Moment You Knew- Contest

This Week’s PAM initiative is Nurture. How do you Nurture yourself? A different type of Facebook contest this week, sponsored by e.p.t:

Before and during pregnancy, we must nourish and care for our bodies to create a healthy and safe haven for our baby(ies). As mothers, we are always on call, but it is important that we continue to care for ourselves so that we can best care for others.

This week, we are doing something a little different. We are asking you to share your unique stories in exchange for a donation that will help Nurture and assist women who are unable to financially care for their families. Moms and Moms-To-Be are encouraged to share their story of “The Moment They Knew” they were pregnant. Where were you? Who did you tell first? How did you tell your partner? Did you save your pregnancy test?

For every story submitted, e.p.t.® will donate $1 to Room to Grow, an organization that is dedicated to enriching the lives of babies born into poverty throughout their critical first three years of development. Comment and share your story, and help us Nurture other families this week. Our goal is to raise $1,000. Your comment counts.

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99 comments

  1. michelle

    i knew right away even before my missed period. the changes in my body and just an aura as if the spirit of my child had taken hold in me. and she does have such a strogn spirit. i took a test to confirm what had already taken hold in my heart

  2. Catherine

    I started to think I was pregnant when I was extremely sick non stop for weeks. I took my then 13 month old son to the grocery to buy an EPT test and at the check out the cashier looked at me as just stared as if to say “really, you’re pregnant AGAIN”! 2 under 2 was a challenge, but the joy of my life!

  3. Michelle

    I took a test on a whim thinking “that one time couldn’t have done it” considering my last took over a year to conceive. Well… I was pregnant! At the time of the test I had a barely 11 month old and another on the way! It really can happen that one time even if it took forever for the 1st!

  4. Abby

    i had just started trying so was completely shocked when i found out – i had always gotten my period like clockwork, so the morning i woke up and was late, i took a pregnancy test, and lo and behold – i then took two more tests because i couldn’t believe it! that was two summers ago – our little girl is 14 months now, and i saved the three tests – still have them!

  5. Jocelyn

    I had no idea whether or not I was pregnant but after going through my 2nd attempt at IVF (and 7 long years of trying) I couldn’t wait any longer to find out. My blood test was the following morning so I bought a hpt and it came up positive before I could even pull my pants up lol! I showed my husband and while we were very happy, we were skeptical. Was it a false positive? Turns out, I was pregnant with twins! Best thing that’s ever happened to us!

  6. Kelly

    My husband and I had been trying to get pregnant for a few months. We were going through a tense time because I was acting so emotional all the time, etc. I thought maybe it was because I had conceived, but I didn’t tell him. I took a home pregnancy test which turned out positive. He was at the computer and I went over to him and said “You know, maybe there’s a reason I’ve been acting so weird lately.” I showed him the positive test. He said “Are you kidding me” then stood up and hugged me tight, crying! He was so happy :)

  7. allison

    I actually went to planned parenthood for the “morning after pill”. They asked me to take a pregnancy test before they could give me a prescription & that’s when I found out. At first I was angry at myself for being so irresponsible in the 1st place. Then I was scared and didn’t know what to do. My boyfriend and I thought about our options and then, ultimately, chose to stay together and have what would become our beautiful son. Our lives were forever changed in the most positive ways. It was the right decision for us and I couldn’t imagine life w/o our now almost 5 year old child.

  8. Sam

    I have four kids, and with all 4 of them (and 2 miscarriages) I actually got carsick at 3 weeks!! This was before any urine type prego test can pick it up. I use to drive all over the USA with my family every summer and not once did I ever get car sick (my brother did-often. Yum). So I knew something was “off” and the next week I missed my period. With my first I took a total of 6 tests before I got confirmation! 4 were home tests that had very faint lines that got slightly darker each time. 2 were in clinic offices-and the 1st clinic told me it was negative. I asked to see the test and pointed out the faint line and they said it was false!! The second clinic was the 6th test and they confirmed it. Finally, I wasn’t crazy!! LOL

    Their Dad was with me each time, so he was the first to know. With the last 2 kids it was on Father’s Day we found out-2 years in a row! The first year I said “Happy Father’s Day!” and he jumped up and down excited. The second year I said “Happy Father’s Day. AGAIN.” and he groaned into his pillow about 2 college educations, more years of diapers, more years of formula feedings, etc. :) He accepted it and become excited shortly after. (Lesson learned-wake Dad up fully next time.) They are my 4 blessings.

  9. Jessica

    Deep down i knew i was pregnant before i took the test, but i needed confirmation, i bought 4 different types of tests, and took them all and lined them up, one by one they came back positive. i was right!

  10. Jessica

    You know sometimes when not only your mind and body are telling you that a change is taking place but little signs all around you point to it as well? That’s how it was right before I found out I was pregnant. I pretty much knew when it happend so I found out fairly early on…about four weeks along. I was about 5 months into my Senior year of college as well as 5 months past my 21st Birthday. I didn’t really imagine that I could be pregnant, but for some reason the thought laid in my subconcious. Every time a pregnancy test commercial came on the televison it caught my eye and a weird feeling took over my body causing a knot to form in my stomach. It kind of became a joke between me and my friends that I could possibly be pregnant and every time we talked about it I felt very strange. Finally when I was about five days late, which is very rare for me to be even one day late, I broke down and bought a test. I really wasn’t very nervous at all because I kept telling myself it would be negative and then I would go on about my normal life….little did I know how much my life was going to change. When the test revealed positive results I immediately sank to the bathroom floor crying…my first reaction…I was not ready for this. I was alone in my apartment that I shared with three of my college roommates. I needed someone to talk to, so the first person I called was my older sister, she was the first person I told. Now initially you would think I would tell my husband, fiance, or boyfriend first, however I didn’t have one, only a very good friend who I was in a non-exclusive relationship with while I was in college, he lived in my hometown about an hour and half away from where I was going to school. I did NOT want to tell him over the phone but felt I should tell someone close to me who would understand….I NEEDED someone to talk to, so I called my sister. She managed to calm me down a little and told me everyhing would be ok. My roommates finally came home to find me sobbing, so I shared my story with them and they ran out and bought me a second test to make sure it was accurate…low and behold another positive result. The next day I made an appointment with our campus infermary to at least confirm it with a trained medical staff, again…my third result positive…I think it was safe to say that I was going to be a mommy. I made plans to go home that following weekend to inform my family and most importantly the father of the baby growing inside of me. Everything went better than I thought it would, I guess they couldn’t really do anything but accept what was going to happen. I graduated college at about 5 months into my pregnancy.
    Now my son is 4 1/2 years old I could not be happier and I couldn’t imagine life without him. He is truly a blessing from God and the best gift I could have ever received! I did not save the pregnancy test, however I have saved in my mind this story as if it happened yesterday and will always take with me how quickly tears of being scared and upset can change to tears of joy and of how amazingly a mothers intuition begins the moment she becomes pregnant! I wouldn’t trade the whole experience for anything else this world has to offer!!

  11. Kristin

    With my first, I had missed my period, that was the only tell tell sign!!

    We didn’t plan on having anymore but surprise. With baby #2,(6yrs later) I was so sick for a week, thought it was a bug but, decided to take a test (just to ease my mind)!! It was positive!! I was SOOOO nervous about telling my husband cause we had agreed NO MORE KIDS!! I tried for days to find the time and the way to tell him!! Finally I sent him a text message while he was at work lol I couldn’t hold it in anymore!! After the initial SHOCK wore off he was excited!! We may not have planned it but we wouldn’t trade it if we could, he has been a blessing and we can’t imagine life without him!!

  12. Jane

    One month I was SURE I was pregnant and must have taken 10 pregnancy tests but nope! So the next month when I was late again I figured my body was just doing strange things…But after a week with one test lying around I figured I would try…and guess what, sure enough I was pregnant! 9 years later I can still remember that moment like it was yesterday….

  13. Polly

    We’d be trying for awhile – over a year – but this time something just felt different. Sure, my boobs were bigger and had gotten sore and I was on a bit of an emotional rollercoaster but this time there was something special about taking the test. There was a knowing, a good feeling. The positive reading was pure elation. Pregnancy was bliss (especially all the Rocky Road ice cream!) and now my 6 week old is a pure, glorious affirmation of life…

  14. Amanda

    I had taken about ten home pregnancy tests that had all come out negative. I was already having morning sickness so I knew that I was either pregnant or something was really wrong. Even with all of the signs I still had the breath knocked out of me when the nurse said I was pregnant… it happened again 10 weeks later when they told me it was twins!!

  15. Mishra Keller

    I suspected a couple of days before I took a test when I noticed that I hadn’t had any of my usual pre-menstrual symptoms. I actually hadn’t thought a whole lot about it before then because after we had been trying for a few months, I was starting not to “try” so hard and just let the baby come to us. I had some spotting on the day that I normally had spotting, so I thought that maybe my intuition was wrong. But then when I spent the entire next day waiting for my period to start, I realized that something was up! After we took the test, I kept saying to my husband “Is that really a plus sign??!!!” We were overjoyed!

  16. Nicole

    My husband and I started trying to concieve near the end of october. I was so anxious that I would take a pregnancy test about every 2 weeks. My mother in law said to give it some time and not to take a test for a while. I was coming near the time that I would be getting my period and I was feeling a bit let down. Afew days later my boobs were starting to hurt and I felt like I was either pregnant or going to get my period. The next day on Dec 22nd I was wrapping christmas presents and I leaned over and got instant heartburn. I told my husband and he said take a test I said I was scared I would jinx myself he looked at me and said “I think your pregnant your boobs look different I bet you are, you should take a test.” I laughed and told him I would when he got back from work. Shortly after he left I took the test and immediatly the line showed positive. I started to cry tears of joy! I wanted to tell my husband in a clever way. I had a baby doll that I was going to wrap for a christmas present for my friends daughter. I decided to take it out of the box and I put the test the dolls dress pocket. Then I wasnt sure how to present this doll so I decided to put it in the over like a “bun in the oven” (I know it was weird but I was too excited to think it all through) When my husband got home I ran and started hanging ornaments on the tree. I told him to check the oven to see if dinner was ready. He said “how will I know its done? What did you make?” I said just check it and he opened the oven and pulled out the doll and said “No…really, thats awesome…I knew it!” We laughed and hugged each other and then he told me I hope you dont put our kid in the oven :) I told him that even though it was a bit odd we will always have a great story.

  17. Matt

    I’m not able to tell a true story of when I knew, but think it would be pretty cool to get a positive test as a present for Christmas, a birthday or Father’s Day.

  18. josie

    i’m dancing to “please don’t stop the music” right now with my daughter. i’m so grateful to have a healthy beautiful dancin little girl. love to all mamas to be……

  19. Elise

    My husband knew before I did…
    I had been complaining that none of my bras were fitting AND I was putting salt on everything…even on potato chips.
    Then, he asked me if I was “late”, and I was, but I had attributed to stress. That evening, a year ago today, in fact, he brought home an ept test…and voula!!! I was pregnant.
    One year later, to the day, I have a jolly-little 5 month old boy :-)

  20. michelle

    i remember my husband and i coming to a mutual agreement that we were “ready” to consider starting a family… for a while i was taking my temperature and keeping track of my cycle for optimal ovulation times, but i soon gave this up as it felt as though i was trying too hard and i wanted it to be a more organic experience. i did get pregnant a little while later, and yes, i do still have the positive pregnancy test (i also went to the doctor for further confirmation). i remember being in shock for a while, but overall i loved my pregnancy and the beautiful water birth of my son that followed. my second child, a girl, came 23 months later – not as much of a personally nuturing experience, but still just as wonderful and again i was able to enjoy a successful home birth, something i highly recommend to anyone. xo

  21. Candi

    The day my husband Mike and I got married, we decided that we were ready for children. We agreed to live and love each other and enjoy the natural process. We both feel that our first son was conceived on our wedding night. I’ve always been very “in-tune” with my body, and within a week I just knew! Something inside me just felt different. Not a twinge. Not naseau or aches. As crazy as it may sound, I felt spiritually connected to our son. I knew that a pregnancy test wouldn’t register a positive result that early, so I kept my feelings to myself for the next three weeks. And I’m glad I did. It was like a sweet secret just between me and my child…..one that, for a short time, I didn’t have to share with anyone! After a positve at-home test, I went out to the store and picked up a very simple and sweet “father-to-be” card. When Mike got home from work that evening, I gave him the card. I will NEVER forget that moment or my husband’s face!

  22. Kelly

    A women’s body is amazing! I knew before I took the pregnancy test that I would be welcoming my first baby. My body told me with the bizarre sense of smell that I developed. I was so happy and proud to join the mommy club. The second and third times unfortunately did not develop into the second child that I wanted so badly. The fourth time I knew in my heart that it was the baby girl I had thought about everyday. Daily mediation and positive thoughts work! I am so blessed to have two wonderful children.

  23. Joyce

    I’d been feeling tired, sleeping more than usual, and had some spotting instead of a period, so I took a home test. It was positive, but I waited for my ob-gyn to confirm before I told my husband. Honestly, I felt ambivalent but life seemed to think I was ready for a new identity — mom.

  24. Nicole

    For my 2nd pregnancy I pretty much knew I was pregnant. My husband and I had a 9 month old daughter already. We decided that we wanted our kids to be close in age so we figured we would start trying when our daughter was 12 months old. Well one night we were talking and I said that we got pregnant so easy with the 1st that I was worried that it wouldnt be as easy the 2nd time around. I just didnt feel “fertile” So we thought what if every once in a while we just “try” and the whatever happens, happens. Well we “tried” only 1 time. A few days later I said you know we have a big family reunion camping trip planned in 5 weeks maybe we should wait to try after. Well the time for the reunion had arrived and during the 3hr car ride I told my husband I should be getting my period this week but I had a “feeling” I wasnt going to get it. He said “you think your pregnant? We only tried once.” I told him that I was almost sure I was. We stopped and got a pregnancy test just to make sure. When we got to the cabin I took it and imeadiatly the test was positive! I ran out of the cabin with a big smile and said “yep, we are pregnant. Only one time and it worked” My husband hugged me and said with such pride “yea…Ive got super sperm” :) Of course we were too excited to not say anything so we told my parents and later made the big announcement after we were 8 weeks along.

  25. Nicole

    @ Jules I love what you said! I loved being pregnant I was so connected and in tune with it all. I had 2 home births and they were some empowering, intimate and beautiful. From pregnancy to birth to rasiong you children it is all amazing and precious! The miracle of life <3

  26. Christa Robaina

    After two years of fertility treatments and dealing with PCOS my doctor put us on birth control for two months and then one last try on a fertility drug. After so many negative pregnancy tests, we were trying to take it one day at a time and not get our hopes up. I remember sitting on the catch one night after dinner and was having some cramping and thought I’m either pregnant or I’m having a miscarriage. Hoping for the best, I raced upstairs to take a pregnancy test and half knew it would be positive was but also in shock at the realization that something we’d been trying for was becoming a reality. I took the positive test downstairs and handed it to my unknowing husband who just looked at me in disbelief. We have 17 weeks to go, but will always relish having the opportunity to experience that moment particularly when are hope was wearing thin.

  27. Laura

    I was only one day late, but I had a funny feeling. I checked and rechecked and checked some more and, there was no denying that second line. I hid the test in the linen closet and started shaking while trying to come up with a creative way to tell my husband!

  28. Nina Huang

    I would like to support the “1 comment = $1″ so I am commenting. May all our future children, moms, world be a better place via food, education and kindness.
    xn

  29. Melissa

    We started trying to conceive in early June of 2003 and expected it to take a few months. I remember thinking my period was due a certain date in July (I can’t remember it exactly now), but then, a day before that date I realized I had been wrong – that I was actually a couple of days late. I took the test and, sure enough, I was pregnant! We were a little shocked, but very happy. The pregnancy was perfect, the birth was perfect. We are very blessed and very happy with this wonderful little boy!

  30. Wendy

    I still have the positive test from 8 yrs, 9 mos. ago announcing the presence of my first baby. I keep it along with my first ultrasound photos. My daughter loves to look at those earliest announcements of her presence and so do I. It brings back such wonderful memories of our joy!

  31. Pam

    We’d been trying for over 3 years, with no luck at all. My wife’s dream was to carry a child, and our dream together was to have a family. So, with all other bio-options exhausted, we chose IVF.

    And even after being a part of the in vitro process and witnessing the deliberate, calculated science of actually “making a baby” – the drugs, the eggs, the sperm, the fertilization, the hope, the prayers, the magic; and then watching (on a computer monitor) as that teeny tiny universe of life, this life that’s been created outside of the body, finally being implanted back into the body, EXACTLY where it’s supposed to go, and grow, in my wife’s womb, even after all that, it STILL came down to waiting for the actual pregnancy test itself: did it work? Yes, it did! Finally! After all the years and all the tears, and ALL those negative pregnancy tests, we finally knew the joy of seeing those two precious little pink lines appear on that silly little white stick. We’d struck gold. And it felt like lifting off in a hot air balloon, to begin the ride of our lives. Which it is. We are very blessed with the most wonderful daughter. We are very lucky, indeed.

  32. dana

    i just had a feeling when i realized i had a super light period that month and thought i would take a test. we were just gearing up to leave nyc to the west coast. timing was divine.

  33. Stefanie

    I think with my first son we had tried for about 3 months and I tested negative the day before, but then tried it again the next day at 5am when I woke up and it was positive. Of course I couldn’t go back to sleep afterwards and I think I woke my husband (this was about 10 years ago). I was so excited and had this very visceral sense of how my life would change. I felt so much more love and acceptance of myself during my pregnancy then I ever had before. Pregnancy #2 wasn’t quite as new or exciting, but that child is a delicious joy as well!

  34. ALAINA n

    The first time I tested on Christmas morning and the test came out positive right away. I came out of the bathroom (my husband didn’t know I was testing) and gave my husband a big hug and said Merry Christmas Daddy. He was so happy he cried. =0)

  35. Alaina N

    The 2nd baby I tested when my husband was at school in the evening. I left a note on the bathroom mirror and drew an arrow pointing down to the positive pregnancy test.

  36. Lori Dixon

    My beloved, Patrick, and I were on a ski trip in Vail just after Christmas in 2005. I am a physically active person who loves to ski and I couldn’t understand why I was so tired all the time, I mean this was a level of exhaustion that I had never experienced before. One afternoon while on our trip, I decided to take a long nap to give my body the rest it was longing for. When I woke up, it occurred to me that perhaps I needed to get a pregnancy test just in case – not that we were actively “trying” to conceive. I took the test, set it on the vanity, then took a warm bath assuming the test would be negtive. As soon as I got out, I noticed the test (with a digital reading) flashing PREGNANT – PREGNANT – PREGNANT! I stood there with a towel wrapped around me, staring at the test, giggling and crying all at the same time – I must have stood there for an hour looking at it in disbelief. On September 4th, 2006 our precious son Gabriel was born. He is the love of our lives and we thank God for blessing us so richly with this child.
    (I do still have the pregnancy test by the way!)

  37. Lynn

    With my first, I was attending a sustainability conference in Vermont. My cycle was due to start, and it was regular to the day. I tested the very next morning, with an e.p.t. test, actually, and before the test confirmed, I already knew. :)

    With my second I knew the moment she was conceived. I just knew. I can’t explain it, but I knew. Test confirmed 4 weeks later.

  38. Carol

    We had been trying to conceive for about 5 months & went to a fertility specialist to get a head start since my sister & mom both had fertility issues. They did an ultrasound & said that it looked like I ovulated that day or the day before. They said that I should be getting my period within a certain time & if I didn’t, to take a pill they prescribed so I would get my cycle (since I normally had really wacky cycles) & then we could predict when I would be ovulating for my next cycle.
    Well, I went a day beyond the timeframe they gave me & called the office. They said to go ahead & fill the prescription & induce a cycle. I decided to wait a few more days. Something inside me just told me to wait a few days.
    I waited & took a pregnancy test & what do you know! I was pregnant! Thank goodness I listened to my intuition. I now have a healthy, happy 6 year old boy & a happy, healthy 4 year old girl.

  39. Anon

    About a week before my period was due I had a little spotting, which had never happened to me before. My cycle is very regular, so being that early would have been very strange. I looked it up on the internet & read that that is the time when the embryo implants & spotting is a typical sign. I was so surprised! We had only been trying for a few months & I thought it would take much longer. Also, the previous month during my peak ovulation time we had family visiting, so I thought we’d probably miss the opportunity. However, our guest took off everyday for a few hours on his own, so… Then one week later when my period did not arrive, I was sure, but kept it to myself so my husband wouldn’t be disappointed if it didn’t turn out to be true. But I felt different already & pretty spaced out in general. I already had my midwife to be picked out, so one week late I gave her a call to schedule a consultation. She gave me the test, which was positive, of course. I was only 4 weeks pregnant, so she was incredibly kind, but cautious, because at that point anything can happen. I had this inner knowing that this was it, though, and gratefully everything has gone great! Our little one is now due to arrive in a couple of short months. We’ve been fairly quiet about spreading the news on a grand scale about our pregnancy. That just has felt more right & sacred to us, but we’re thrilled! I hope you get a lot of comments for this great cause! Way to go pregnancy Awareness ladies!

  40. paul

    Well done on supporting PAM.We need more awareness around this issue.Bravo Johnson and Johnson.

  41. Katie

    I don’t have a story to share yet, but maybe a few years down the road I will! Congratulations PAM on your 3rd year!

  42. Kevin

    I will be using your product…let’s just hope that is it won’t be needed before 10 years from now.

  43. Laura

    I took the test one morning when my husband was out of town – mistake! That’s not something you share over the phone. I had to wait three LONG days before I could tell him the news face to face!

  44. Ellenig ZereP

    After a long history of irregular periods, I went in to my OBGYN to get hormonal birth control to regulate my cycle, to my surprise I was already 6 weeks pregnant! I was always uncertain about being pregnant but this time I was prompted to go to the doctor when I began to notice that my breast were sore. I told a friend (who was 3 months pregnant) and she planted the seed. When I got the positive result she was the first one I told! Looking back I feel a little guilty that my partner found out 2nd.

  45. Stacy Gould

    I knew I was pregnant with my 5th child on Mother’s Day 2009 I was probably 2 weeks pregnant and not yet late but I felt that “presence”
    that fullness in my womb. So that morning when I was surrounded by my four boys having breakfast in bed I thought to myself this time next year we will have our girl. I didn’t tell anyone til much later and the first person I told was my husband. We were away alone together for 2 days on a retreat and he couldn’t believe it.

  46. zalarita alvarez

    WHEN I FIRST FOUND OUT I DIDN’T BELIEVE WHAT I HEARD… I WAS TOLD 6 YEARS AGO I COULDN’T HAVE KIDS DUE TO PROBLEMS IN MY OVERIES… SINCE I WAS 12 I NEVER HAD NORMAL PERIODS SO I WAS GOING IN FOR SURGURY FOR MY WISDOM TEETH MARCH 2.. MARCH 1 IS WHEN I STARTED HAVING HORRIBLE PAIN AND I NORMAL HAVE TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL FOR MY CYST IN MY OVERIES.. WELL WHEN I GOT THERE I HAD TO GIVE PEE LIKE ALWAYS I REMEMBER WAITING IN THE HALLWAY OF THE HOSPITAL IN A BED B/C OF THE ROOMS WERE TAKEN.. AND I CALLED THE NURSE OVER AND SAID IS THERE ANY NEWS YET ON MY PEE.. I ALWAYS GET UTI SO I WAS THINKING MAYBE THATS WHY I HAD THE PAIN WELL SHE BROUGHT MY CHART OVER AND SAID “HONEY YOU ARE PREGNANT!!!!” I CUSSED AND I TOLD HER SHE SWITCHED MY URINE WITH SOMEONE ELSE I DEMAND A BLOOD WORK.. WELL I GOT THE BLOOD DONE THAT CAME OUT POSTIVIE AND I STILL WASNT ABLE TO TAKE I AM THE ONE PREGNANT SO ONCE AGAIN THIS TIME I TOLD THE DR WHAT KIND OF HOSPITAL IS THIS TO TELL FEMALES WHO CANT HAVE KIDS THAT THERE PREGNANT. WELL I TOLD HIM WHAT MY DR TOLD ME 6 YEARS AGO AND HE WAS KIND OF LIKE UMMM… WELL THERE ONLY ONE WAY TO FIND OUT FOR SURE AND THAT IS A ULTRASOUND.. WELL I WENT IN FOR THE ULTRASOUND AND OMG I SEEN WHAT I WILL CALL A PEANUT IN A BALL I WAS 5 WEEKS 4 DAYS…. I COULDNT BELIEVE WHAT I WAS SEEING… THAT WAS THE MOST SCARIEST DAY OF MY LIFE….

    ALL I CAN SAY IS GOD BLESSED ME WITH A BABY GIRL THAT IS DUE IN OCT AND I CANT WAIT TO MEET HER.. GOD CAN CREATE MIRACLES!!!

  47. Tanya Mack

    I have two precious girls, each a blessing. We found out Emily was on her way after I had taken a home test… I was sick sick SICK for all but the last 2 months of my pregnancy with her. Three months later I wound up in the ER due to loads of health problems… I was so sick I had no idea that I was pregnant again. I spent lots of time in the hospital, went through operations, and had pretty little Evelyn nine months later. <3 <3 <3

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