Tuesday, October 19, 2010


I know I haven't posted about bringing Cole's urn home or the photos we received...I will (I do not think I will post Cole's photos, but some day I'd be more than happy to show people who'd like to see him).

Every Monday morning, bright and early, I happily check my email right when I wake up. It's routine. It's what I do, even before I take a shower. I love seeing comments from the blog, notes from my husband, email notifications about coupons from my favorite stores, and emails from friends. I love it.

But since Cole was born I have hated Mondays. On Monday, when I check my email, I have the worst thing possible in my inbox. Kaiser sends me an email titled __ Weeks Pregnant. This past Monday I received the notification that I was 25 Weeks Pregnant. One week ago my baby was considered viable. Yesterday Cole would have had a 50% survival rate. And next week I would have been 6 months pregnant.

My lovely friends tried to disable the notifications for me yesterday, but Kaiser required me to give them permission. When I did, the woman on the phone told me she couldn't disable it and that I'd need to do it online. I have my post-partum visit tomorrow and I plan on asking them to disable the notifications for me. Tomorrow they will most likely clear me to start trying to have another baby. Please allow me to get through this week intact.

Today this is what I will remember. The LORD is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer; My God, my strength, in whom I will trust.


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it's just wrong. There really needs to be something done about things like that. I hated getting "appointment reminder" calls and ultrasound schedulers calling. Seriously, how hard is it to update a chart. It hurts. I hope they are able to fix it for you.

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