One year later…


These are all pictures from one year ago.


One year ago, I had a miscarriage.  This miscarriage turned into a scheduled D&C… that turned into a trip to the emergency room the night before the D&C.

I learned that I had miscarried twins.

That would mean that three babies in one year went home to heaven before me.


I am here to tell you tonight, that if you struggle with miscarriage, you are absolutely not alone.

He will send you beauty and butterflies and hope.

It may not come the first day or the first week, but it will come.

The best lesson I learned was to let others help me.  His love was poured out to me in the gentle hands that reached out to me, by the sweet cards that came in the mail and by the tender understanding of friends and family.


I am Still Here and I really do feel like it is going to be ok.

I dream of them sometimes.  I still wish I could hold them in my arms.  I still really, really don’t like walking past the Target baby section.

But I have gotten to the point where I can rejoice for my friends who are expecting.

If this is something you struggle with, I’d be honored to pray for you.

Love and Hugs to you,


Psalm 30:11 You have turned my mourning into joyful dancing. You have taken away my clothes of mourning and clothed me with joy.

Mary Thompson - Bless you and hugs and hugs and hugs.

greta - Kate, this post is lovely. What a sweet tribute to your littlest ones.
We serve a loving God who walks with us in our sorrow.
All those who walked with you are really Him walking with you, aren’t they?
Glad you are able to feel His joy right now.
Love from,
(and it was wonderful to meet you at Blog Sugar also!)

Kimberlee Jost - Love to you, Kate.

Melissa Bolton - Oh Kate! I’m so sorry you went through that. I can’t even imagine.
You are an amazing woman. Beautiful post!
And that first picture of the butterfly=fantastic!

Jen - i love you.

Sara - Kate, I wish you peace. From sorrow and sadness, great love can bloom.
In friendship,

kim - what a beautiful and honest post. praying for you today and an in this challenging season 🙂 <3

Rags to Stitches - Oh Kate! What a hard post to have to write. My heart and prayers go out to your right now. Love you!!

Becca - Our Crazy Boys - I am so proud of you, Kate. This had to be a difficult post to write, but SO important. I wish you were closer – I’d give you a BIG hug 🙂

heather - i’m so glad you’re feeling His peace today.