I am so glad your mother gave you the gift of life. I am so glad you exist. And every day that you choose to keep going is a gift to humanity and yourself.
My experience with milk donation is that an ounce given is received back one hundred times over in the the joy of selfless service. For both donor and recipient, an exchange of freely given breast milk is about so much more than filling bellies. It is about finding healing and bringing peace to the hearts that long for love, and that is a treasure that cannot be measured in ounces.
December is special to me for many reasons. Not only do I get to celebrate Christ’s birth, I get to celebrate my firstborn son’s…
Today’s Virtual Book Tour post comes from Brittney at Notes from a Been-There Mom. Brittney has shared some of her journey on our blog before–the birth story of her fourth baby, born with a cleft palate. Since that birth, she has experienced multiple heart-breaking miscarriages.
Read the rest of Yvonne’s post, and then head over to our Virtual Book Tour page to see how you can enter to win some awesome prizes. We’d also like to announce that we’re making it even easier for you to get loads of entries… The Gift of Giving Life will be 20% off from now until Mother’s Day on Amazon!
I love Meg’s post for our Virtual Book Tour. It’s all about the angels who have aided her in her motherhood journey.
Ashlee’s post is about stories and journeys, coming to terms with loss, and transformation and rebirth.
In a priesthood blessing, God answered my question: “You will be able to be happy without medication.” He didn’t tell me how long it would take, but I was satisfied with just knowing that someday I’d get there. And so I went on, taking my medication, feeling grateful for my rescue from the darkness.