Monthly Archives: December 2010

One Hundred Days

Well, folks, we’ve hit triple digits. One hundred days spent living in the NICU. We’ve had some ups, we’ve had some downs, and we’ve made a lot of friends along the way. Don and I have learned more about ourselves … Continue reading

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My First Christmas

Oh, wow. Look at all of you here! Mum and Dad told me that I had hundreds of people following my journey and saying prayers for me, but I thought they were just exaggerating. (They do that with my oxygen, … Continue reading

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A Room With A View

I’m fascinated by the way the world works sometimes. We as people tend to get obsessed with our own lives and the way we exist—or don’t exist—within them. We tend to fixate on situations and how they could play out, … Continue reading

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Noah In Nyanaland

If there’s one thing Nyana’s early arrival has taught me over and over again (aside from patience) is that life isn’t fair. I’ve mourned the pregnancy that I didn’t get. I’ve moaned “why me?” as I tried to comprehend just … Continue reading

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Goodbye, 41-4

For ninety-two days, Nyana has lived in 41-4 in BC Women’s NICU. Room 41, spot #4. Today, she upgraded herself to South Nursery, room #4. It’s a private room—yes, just her and us—big enough for her crib and her things … Continue reading

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