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An Open Letter to the Oakland Athletics

Psssst…..Hey Athletics…yeah, you Donaldson, Vogt, Reddick, Lowrie, Crisp, Moss, Gomes, Fuld, Doolittle, Sogard, Gray, Norris and all your cohorts…Things have been kind of rough the last six weeks or so. 1,278 more words

Prematurity

Rayne Runs for Lilyroo

Three months ago, Rayne Watkin welcomed her second child, Freddy, into the world. In one month, on October 12th, she is running the Melbourne Half Marathon (21.1km) to raise money for the Lilyroo Fund. 853 more words

Melbourne

Guess This Isn't Much of a Prologue Anymore

If you haven’t read it already, I highly recommend reading the spell-binding first installment of this three part post: http://gabbymomma.wordpress.com/2014/09/01/prologue-of-an-attitude-adjustment/

Otherwise, continue on ahead, happy reader. 812 more words

Humor

Kaylee: A Story of Cerebral Palsy, Tremendous Endurance, and A Heart That Always Draws a Smile

Espressos of Faith welcomes its second guest blogger. I first came to know Angelique (Angie) James and her family while living on Kwajalein Island, Republic of the Marshall Islands; our daughters were close in age and knew each other from school and community events. 913 more words

Tweens/Children

Father's Day

It’s hard to believe it has been seven weeks since my last blog post…

I’m not really sure the saying ‘time flies when you’re having fun’ really applies in our situation, but I feel like we’ve come a long way, both physically with the fund and personally as we continue to cope with our loss. 677 more words

Melbourne

Beginnings

Two things happened today that made me think of beginnings, Big Man’s beginnings to be specific. The first was a conversation about pregnancies. The second was a friend giving birth, prematurely, to a beautiful little boy. 743 more words

Prematurity

Merryn reblogged this on Humble Heart Scribbles and commented:

I am so touched by this story that I have to reblog it - thankyou so so much for writing it Donna - it must be heart-wrenching to relive all of that again as you wrote it but such a miraculous turn-around needs to be shared. Also sharing it on facebook for my friends who have had premmies and emailing it to my old piano teacher who had a grandson 3 months prem (now 13 years old!).

“Mama Palooza" event to help expectant mothers prevent preterm births

Organizers to introduce 1st Make Your Date baby and new ad campaign in partnership with the March of Dimes
Detroit mothers and mothers-to-be can ensure the best possible healthy start for their children by attending the Mama Palooza on Saturday, Sept. 604 more words

Detroit Medical Center