Hoping for Milk

I think most of us grieving mother(&fathers) can relate to the hope you have when your child is born with a challenge, many of us desperately hope ours will be that miracle baby that survives and beats it. I think it is great that this family(in original post below for www.amourningmom.wordpress.com ) is going to participate in the Race for Hope in DC

http://www.braintumorcommunity.org/site/TR?fr_id=2220&pg=entry

We all need to do our part.

I am running for team Still life Canada

http://still-lifecanada.ca/01/

In the Vancouver Sun run for the 1rst time this year. Please support me here.
Please Support BC Children´s Hospital Foundation

Last year I did the BCCH Child RUN to fight childhood cancer…

I wish everyone would/could support these causes or any cause (because helping others is what life is about) without having to experience one first….

A Mourning Mom

Some days it is harder than others to find hope.

After Jake was born at 26 weeks with hydrops, I hoped he would be among the 30% of babies who survive these enormous obstacles.  There was no miracle.

The horrible night we brought Sawyer to the emergency room, I hoped for the miracle that it would all be an awful mistake.  There was no miracle.

I hoped for a miracle that would cure the cancer that Evan’s mom had or at least give her back the life she had. There was no miracle.

On Friday a close family friend lost his valiant battle with brain cancer.  In case I have not mentioned it before I hate cancer!!  His family along with all of us who loved him hoped he would win this battle.  He did not.

When there is no more hope for our loved…

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