I took this photo before I knew I was pregnant with Eisley, it fits so perfectly now.
Tomorrow at 2 pm (mst) we will be seeing the specialist to see how Eisley is growing. They will weigh her and measure her. I am hoping and praying and believing for growth and life to her bones.
I’ve had a lot of people ask about how I am feeling about tomorrow’s appointment and I honestly feel hopeful. But I also know that everything may not be ideal or perfect, like it hasn’t been the entire time. And I’m okay with that because each day I get with her is one more day than they’ve expected. Remember them telling me they didn’t think she’d make it to this measurment appointment? Well here we are!! And if they tell me tomorrow that she might now have much longer to live, like they did when we first arrived in the hospital two weeks ago (today), I will hear them, but I take to heart that God has the final say. Whatever they tell me tomorrow, as difficult as it very well could be, I am seeking Him first. That’s what is getting me through this all.
The worrying and fear can really eat away at me, all day if I let it. Last week I began “taking it a day at a time” and I really understand what the means now, more than I think I ever have. It has helped me a lot, doing this. I enjoy hearing Eisley’s heart during the monitoring and I cherish her movements within and I hope and believe and pray for my sweet girl. Anyways, I just wanted to write a quite little reminder post and a little bit on how I’m doing with everything, in this season.
I hope I make sense, but basically He has the final say and I am holding on to hope and the belief in a miracle for Eisley. Please join with me!