About

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My name is Patricia, I was born in Germany, but grew up mostly in the US. My father was in the military, so I guess I would be considered an “army brat” 🙂 I’m 27 years old, and have the best birthday ever, 5 days before Christmas haha, yes… sometimes my gifts are wrapped in Christmas paper which is totally not fair! But I do love my “Chribirthday” I am happily married to an amazing man named Jesse, we met one day back in 2005 and have been together ever since, Love at first sight! I have a 9 year old daughter named Diona and she is so amazing. I love my friends and family dearly and thank God for all the blessings I have in my life. I have 2 angel babies in Heaven now and miss them everyday. Want to know anymore? Just ask! 🙂 If anyone wants to talk to me feel free to, my contact info is below!

God Bless and remember anyone can change the world, you just have to want to change the world ❤

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      • Really?
        ok..
        My blog I sent you, with you in it. Copy it really. Do EXACTLY the same as I did. And give it to the same amount of people. If you don’t know that many, give to who you can.
        Just do what I did..

  1. Hi, I’m so sorry about your heartbreaking loss. I have just suffered my second miscarriage in 7 months and I am struggling to come to terms with it, but I cannot even imagine how hard it has been for you. The pictures of Isabelle are beautiful, I hope you will find some comfort in the memories of the short time you had with her. I wish you all the very best for the future.

  2. I see that you are new to blogging, and that is a great way to get your feelings out, and to get in touch with people in similar situations, as well as others who can hopefully show you another side to life. Blogging has made a huge difference to my life since retiring from work, and I hope that it can do the same for you, for different reasons. Best wishes, and don’t stop blogging! Pete, England.

  3. Thank you for following my blog. I am so sorry for your loss. I had one in 2001 at 12 weeks gestation and it still hurts. 😦 I found blogging helped ease my mind when it was getting too full and can sometimes be daft or heartbreaking but very therapeutic. Hugs.

  4. Thank you for following my blog, and thank you for the message of love and hope in your blog. A friend just lost her little one at 20 weeks and is really struggling, for her and others like her, being able to read the journey of someone that little bit further along the road is so important. And for those lucky enough not to have directly experienced a loss like this, it reminds us to really appreciate the little things, not to take anything for granted. Wishing you all the best in your journey.

  5. Pingback: The Wonderful Team Member Readership Award | The Long Road From Still Birth And Miscarriages. A "Struggle to Conceive"

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