Tuesday, April 27, 2010

I done it! I'm finally blogging!

Well I've finally done it. Started a blog. I've thought about doing this for weeks now. I only talked myself out of it a million times. I kept telling myself what would I blog about? My life isn't anything exciting and I can't imagine even two people wanting to read about it. Then this morning I was trying to recall something that happened just months ago. I couldn't remember all the details, and I don't want that for Lynlee. I want to be able to tell her EVERYTHING that she went through. She is so strong, and has made my life so complete I can't imagine being able to just remember bits and pieces of it. It's not fair to her. She has fought so hard to be in this crazy life the least I can do is try my best to remember every little detail of her childhood. So I'm sorry if I'm boring to some, if that's the case then don't read it. I'm doing this for my daughter, and hopefully a lot of other families that will learn something from everything we've been through.

I'm sure the next few post will all be past events. I want to put them down so I don't forget more than I already have.


  1. Stacy, This is an amazing thing to do for Lynlee!
    As always I send you all hugs, prayers & love.

  2. Stacy,

    I think this is a wonderful thing your doing for your daughter. There's going to come a day when she asks "Momma what was it like when I was sick?" or "What were you thinking when this happened?" and your going to have all the answers for her. I sorta did the same with my children, I kept a pregnancy journal so that in years to come when my kids ask how I felt the day they were born, I can just let them read what I wrote that very day. If people find what you've wrote is boring then like you said they don't have to read it, but Lynlee's story is truly amazing and inspiring. I don't see how anyone who reads it couldn't feel something. Oh btw, the no pain no contractions during delivery part, you make me sick... LOL just kidding... Keep up the blogging so those of us that have followed Lynlee's story from the beginning can continue to see how much of a fighter she is and how strong her parents have been through this whole ordeal.

  3. I am so excited that you are going to blog things! It really is a wonderful record for Lynlee because, you are right, it all turns into a blur and you will forget!

    I have added you to my Google reader and will not miss a single post!

    Lots of love from our family to yours!


  4. Stacy, I think the blog is an excellent idea. I wished I would have done this for Hunter when he had his accident which was almost 4 yrs. ago. I did keep a journal, but sadly it has been misplaced. You are doing a great job.

  5. Hey Stacy, I think that it's wonderful that you are sharing this. She's a beautiful little girl. A lot of ppl take their healthy babies for granted and hopefully when they read your story they won't be so selfish. She truly is a blessing. You're a very strong woman. I don't know that I could have been as strong as you have been(and still are) Many prayers to you and Lynlee.