Hello, everyone! I just thought i would let ya'll know we survived all the ICE that we got here isn Louisville. For about a day, our internet, phone and cable was out and then our power went out last night at 9:00 pm. Thankfully, I had dropped the boys off at Grandma and Pap T's house for a big ol slumber party and I was the only one left here to freeze in the dark until Rick got home at 1:00am from work. Nice too that by the time he got home from work and found his way in the pitch black up to the bedroom, the power came on. So at two in the morning we had to walk all around the house turning the lights off. Uhm....other than that not much else going on. Peytons growing by leaps and bounds and i'm sure he's wishing that he could play with the boys.
Hi, I'm Amanda. I'm a single mommy, superwoman and "doctor" to my three miracles. My first two miracles came in the form of identical twin boys born at 36 weeks - as seemingly healthy as the could be. They're 5 now but around 3 months old, we found out that they had inherited Retinoblastoma from me (yeap, I'm a cancer survivor too...). That's when I learned that sometimes, what doesn't kill me ultimately makes me stronger. Good thing too becasue 18 months later, I met my third miracle. He's 3 now but before he was born, we found out that he would be born with a CHD called Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA). After spending about a month in the hospital undergoing not only bedside surgery in the NICU but open heart surgery and spending a few days on ECMO (Heart bypass), you'd never know now what he'd gone through aside from the scars on his chest: his battle wounds...the door to his heart. There's hardly anything you can tell me now that I wouldn't be able to handle; I'm a Mommy23Miracles.