About

At 34 weeks gestation I gave birth to my sleeping daughter, Everlee Rose. My first and only child, having struggled with infertility, she was a miracle from the start. This is my story about being her mom and my journey to find happiness again.

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Rhonda,

    I read your story here and I just wanted to say how sorry I am to hear of this heartbreak. I follow you on twitter and recall all the tweets about McBaby and as a parent myself I can only imagine how you feel. I don’t know how long you have been blogging or writing stuff in general but in my experience writing down your stories is certainly therapeutic.

    Take Care
    Craig

  2. Rhonda,
    I haven’t been on twitter much, but every time I see a post from you I have to stop and take a deep breath. My heart goes out to you. I never know what to say. I just hurt. I wish for you any blessings of peace that finds it’s way to you.
    You are in my thoughts.
    Blessings of Love and Peace,
    Preston (twitter gpmorgan3)
    My wife’s teaching partner lost a child late last year. Here is her web site.
    http://www.scaredsidless.com/

  3. Hi Rhonda…this is the teaching friend of the Prestons. They shared your story with me, and so now i’m scouring your blogs, reading, and saying “ditto” all the while. Love to your precious Everlee (love that name) from myself and son Cullin Darden Limer. ginnylogan@rocketmail.com facebook.com/sidlessnow

  4. I came across this blog an wanted to let you know I too have a daughter named EverLee Rose. She was born July 3rd 2012. She was 7 weeks premature and weighed 3lbs. Though I could never imagine myself in your shoes, I want you to know I am praying for you. Stay strong God only lets you go through things that you can get through.. He knows you are a strong person.

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