I am so glad that my husband introduced me into this whole blogging thing and encouraged me to share my surrogacy journey with so many people out there. I love how many people it has introduced me to, how much support I have received, and how many people I was able to help through their struggling time as well.
At the beginning of my pregnancy, I got all sorts of followers who then opened the door for me to follow their journeys as well. One amazing couple that I was so intrigued with from the very beginning was Robbie and Trina, A Story of Two Moms. They are 2 amazing women, who also struggled with infertility, but so fortunately gave birth to triplet boys soon after I had the girls. Their pregnancy was only a few weeks behind mine and I found it really helpful to hear another woman's thoughts and feelings towards a triplet pregnancy. Although their story wasn't surrogate related, it still gave me the support I needed since triplet pregnancy isn't as popular as your average surrogate pregnancy.
So, why I am writing about this?? Well, one of their little boys, Linus, is not doing well at all and has been struggling since birth. He is worse off now than ever before. I won't attempt to explain the entire story because it is very heartbreaking, but if you have the time, read their blog and show your support. I think about this family quite often and everyday I go to check up on their blog for a new post, I just hold my breath hoping there will be some good news.
It is so amazing how much time and thought I have invested with complete strangers. Blogging really creates these wonderful relationships that are impossible to part from. I feel like I know my followers and readers so well and they all are important to me in some way or another. I will never stop blogging!!
My IP's were the ones who actually "introduced" our blogs to one another. Their hearts break for them and it honestly is a constant reminder of how fortunate they are to have 3 healthy girls. Having triplets is a risky thing and you never really know what bad things might happen until they do. They cannot be thankful enough that the worst thing they are struggling with right now is teething. We couldn't have had a more perfect outcome.
So, whatever you can do, please do. If you read their latest post, there are many ways you can show your support. You can just simply pray (if you are a prayer), donate, spread the word, or even post this cute little button (in the right column) or this picture (below) on your blog.
Thinking of you, Linus!!