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Little Wonders

Elk River, Minnesota
After a heart-breaking struggle with infertility, we conceived our identical twin girls through IVF. They suffered from life-threatening Twin-to-Twin Transfusion in-utero, causing me to undergo laser surgery, and 13 weeks of bed rest, 10 of which in the hospital. Every day for a long 13 weeks, we... Full Bio
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Waiting for Junior - Progress!! (Month 19)

After so long, this adoption process can feel very much like the proverbial forest that you can't see for all the trees. There are so many...

Waiting for Junior - A Year and a Half

March marks the 18 month anniversary of Junior entering our lives. He did so in the form of a short  e-mail from our adoption agency, which...

Waiting for Junior - Month 17

It's been exactly 4 weeks since we first saw Junior's handsome face! I can't tell you the immense amount of gratitude we feel every day to be on...

Waiting for Junior: Months 1-16

Since I can finally share about our struggle to obtain Junior's referral for the last year and a half, I thought it would be "fun" to catch you...

Meet Junior.

On September 6, 2013 we learned of a little 18-month old boy who had been identified for our family. Our adoption agency was in the final stages...
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Mar 23 2010 by bphifer
Hi! Ran across your page when searching for more on bed rest and high risk pregnancies.  I am 29 weeks pregnant now and have been on bed rest for five weeks (one in hospital) due originally to incompetent cervix and then to actual pre-term labor that had to be stopped and am now being managed through infusion pump. Thought it would be helpful to touch base with other women who have been there to keep my sanity intact.
 

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