The power of a smile

There are many similarities between Crue and Nash, and yet they are different in so many ways. I would be lying if I didn’t say I enjoy their similarities. I find comfort in them. One minute they can look like twins and the next they look nothing alike.  They both have pale skin, big eyes, […]

The Nash Nook

I’m sure everyone has had a moment in their life where they come across a mother who has lost a child and certain things about that mother grabbed their attention, whether it be how good she looked, or how bad; how friendly, or how sad. There is just something that mesmerizes you. Maybe not, maybe […]

Going back to work

I stayed home with Crue for eight weeks. In those eight weeks, I endured every emotion you can think of. One minute I was happier than I ever thought possible, and the next I was a mess, crying and balled up on the floor. All the familiar things came back to me. The bottles, the […]

Our bonding moment

Most mothers have told me that you have an instant connection to your baby the moment it takes his or her first breath. I can relate to that, I felt that way with Nash. The moment Crue took his first breath, the most overwhelming feeling I had was relief. Ten fingers, ten toes, one good set […]