It tells me a Wooga story

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About Heidi

Hello! My name is Heidi. I went to college and got a couple degrees. Then I worked as a Speech-language Pathologist for two years until Bubbers came along. While I loved my job and working with kids, I love my job as a mom best. I started a blog because I love to write. I’ve written stories my whole life. Deep down inside my heart, I secretly dream to be published in paper someday. Until then, I’m publishing for y’all and hope you enjoy it! Here are a few of my latest posts...

8 thoughts on “It tells me a Wooga story

  1. Thank you, Suzanne! I noticed you received many wonderful awards–congratulations! Which one did you want to pass to me?

  2. Hello Heidi, the tree of happiness. You deserve all the awards and I am passing them onto my link list, but the tree of happiness, is one I wanted for you.

  3. Oh, thank you, Suzanne. What a sweet gift and thank you for your comforting words.

    Was that the post you alluded to a while back? I remember you said there was something you wanted to write after I talked about my miscarriage.

  4. This was part of what I was saying a while back. When you wrote about your miscarriage, I could have written that post, how you described it and what you felt, I had a miscarriage at 16 weeks it was hard and I still visit the memorial site of our baby often. I am blessed thou I have 3 very beautiful healthy children, a wonderful husband of nearly 18 years and a great life.
    My friend has had a hard time. She has had 13 pregnancies, one little baby boy lived for a week. No one knew there was anything wrong, she carried the strep infection and it was passed onto him. She bought him home and he died at a week. He was not her 1st pregnancy, after more miscarriages she had a beautiful little girl also carrying the strep infection but treated this time around, and then unexpected earlier this year she was pregnant with this beautiful baby girl. This baby carry’s that same infection but is on treatment, so she should be well.
    It is still hard for my friend and she is very anxious, finding it hard to enjoy her new baby but each day does get that bit easier. I am sure her baby will be well, but it is hard to let go of the anxiety which is very understandable and I think I would be like this too. My friend wanted this passed on.
    God does heal our wounds and he always has a plan for us, and I believe that people are in your life for a reason.
    I hope this hasn’t been too overwhelming for you.
    You know sometimes when I comment at your blog I feel a sense of calmness and peace.

  5. Oh, Suzanne. My heart aches to know that your friend has endured so much loss. I pray that her new little one will continue to do well and will recover from this infection.

    And I’m touched and fascinated to know how you feel when you comment on my blog sometimes. I wonder why that is?

    (And no, that wasn’t too overwhelming at all. I appreciate you sharing with me).

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