Jul 21, 2010






Just temporaily til we regroup and have something to say.
Thanks to you ALL for your ongoing love and support.

8 comments:

  1. Take as long as you need - and remember we're all here to support you when you're ready to join this very crazy merry go round again.

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  2. I completely understand, guys. I'll be thinking of you.

    xxx

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  3. Kerrie and Ma
    I just logged on to have a look at what was happening in the surro community and fully expected to see you guys with positive news. To see another negative is heartbreaking and I wish I could say something to make you feel better but I know it is futile. There are sadly lots of us who know your pain and I hope and pray that you get there whatever path you tke. Hugs Trea

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  4. We'll miss you!! We won't be posting for a while either (taking a break as well), so we're right there with you :).

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  5. Just sending you lots of hugs and love

    xxx

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  6. One thing I have learned about being a parent is that no matter where a baby comes from, whether its our own genetics, an egg donor, adopted, via a surrogate, an absent pregnancy, etc., at the end of the day the "production" means is irrelevant. When you spend sleepless nights consoling a sick child or physically demanding days where you try to coax them to eat and grow, or just hold them when they are scared and uncertain and need affection; those little "rites of passage" are the bricks and mortar of the temple known as PARENTHOOD and are infinately more powerful and meaningful than any name on a birth certificate or the circumstances of a child's creation. The means by which a baby comes to us become irrelevant very quickly. But therein lies the catch-22 for many of us; we don't realize this truth until after the child is in our hands. We have an ideal of what our unique baby should be, how it should look, genetics, and so many other extranuous factors that we sometimes forget that the miracle of life we hold in our hands is so powerful and holy that the "details" of how it came into this world and what it looks like, etc., don't really matter. Our generation has been conditioned to think in a certain way for so long and about what is right and acceptable on a social basis that we fail to see the true meaning of parenthood. It is time we break those stifling thought patterns and barriers that hold us back and realize that only we can control our destiny and happiness. I hope this makes some sense to you and doesn't offend you in any way. That is not my intention by any means. You have many options available to you to realize your dream of becoming parents. Allow your mind to dream of the possibilities for one minute. It is worth it for sure. Don't give up. You have a lot to offer as a parent.

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  7. Sending you a big hug and wishing you strength as you consider your next move.

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  8. Oh Kerrie, I cant believe i have been trying to say these words myself but didnt know how. I feel your pain and know your desire all too well. It will happen but in due time. We will miss you and we all love you dearly. Take your time hun. Enjoy Mark and Caribana coming up! Live, Love Laugh.

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