Saturday, June 21, 2008

First Comments!

I must admit that I was very excited when I logged in today to see that my blog received its first few comments. Thanks for the compliments on my Glacier pictures, and your prayers and encouragement!

I've noticed on Google Analytics that most of my traffic comes from The Nest message boards. This is not a surprise considering I have a link to my blog in my siggie, and I haven't told any family or friends about it, (because I’d rather they not know all the sordid details about us trying to get pregnant!).

So, for the nesties who may read the comments and wonder who Nathan and Tricia are, check out this blog. It’s by a man who married a woman with CF, who was preparing for a lung transplant when they learned they were pregnant. It is an amazing story that will make you laugh, cry, and strengthen your faith in God.

4 comments:

Kate's Mom said...

Hi~ I started reading your blog a few days ago...I was going to post sooner, but I always feel weird posting to people I don't know. Anyway, I just want you to know that I am praying for you on your pregnancy journey. It took my husband and I two years to conceive our beautiful daughter. If you ever need to talk or have any questions, I've been through a lot reguarding this topic. Just remember it is all worth it in the end! Rachel

MilePost13 said...

Thank you!

Carolyn said...

Hi Again, I also wanted to add that it is very encouraging reading your blog and seeing how great you are doing!! I look forward to updates!

Carolyn said...

Hi...Again!! I just got your comment on my blog so I am commenting back again...So you live in Austin too?? What cf doctor do you go to? Did you grow up here? We moved here from Dallas area 2 years ago and love it here! We see Dr Fullmer at the Austin clinic and really like him. My parents actually taught me a lot about positive thinking, ect but my mom for some reason just wanted to prepare me if something were to happen to her, which just scared me but she lost her dad real young and her mom didn't really explain anything to her so I think that is why she did that. I am going to do future blogs about what my parents taught me and how it has helped with cf. Anyway I love your blog and that is really cool that we are in the same town!

 
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