Category Archives: Our Rainbow

  • Then there was love

    Posted on March 20, 2016 by Kristina Smith in Life after Death, Our Rainbow.

    “Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.”  – Matthew 5:04 There are things in this world that we cannot predict. Childbirth, for one. It’s a mystery the science world is still trying to figure out. What physiological changes happen in a woman’s body to put her into labor? I’m sure there is divine […]

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  • The blessed

    Posted on November 28, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Life after Death, Our Rainbow.

    “No, It’s my 5th” That is the answer I give to the question everyone asks – “Is this your first”. My burgeoning, pregnant belly is pretty obvious now. Not that I’m trying to hide it – in fact I’m pretty proud of it. My belly, and who wriggles inside, is so much more than just […]

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  • Mixed bag

    Posted on September 27, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Our Rainbow.

    15 weeks today… About the size of an apple. Really? There are so many different size apples. Like a Costco monster apple or a tiny Food Lion apple? 4″… that seems like a big apple to me! I am so excited about this baby… but I feel so disconnected. I think it’s because I’m just […]

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  • The first ultrasound

    Posted on August 9, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Our Rainbow.

    8 weeks and 3 days. Our little peanut is 8 weeks and 3 days according to Melissa, our dear friend and my midwife. Melissa delivered Morgan and she grew close to us during the days of Morgan’s struggle at Levine Children’s Hospital. She is a wonderful woman and EXTREMELY talented at what she does. Ever […]

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  • Sunshine, storms and rainbows

    Posted on July 21, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Our Rainbow.

    Oh boy… So many emotions. Excitement, nervous, overjoyed… is it possible to feel ALL of these in one moment? This day is proof it is possible. This moment. This momentous, huge, exhilarating moment. I think of you, sweet Morgan. You and God sat here and wrapped this lovely gift as a way to say “it’s […]

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