Josiah Day

She Wants to Be a Big Sister–So She Prays

You would think after five years of nightly dinner time prayers and bedtime pleadings for a sibling that she would stop making her requests. I know there are days I can’t even mutter the words—at least not with the same fiery faith that her prayers contain. However, despite the years that have gone by with… Continue reading She Wants to Be a Big Sister–So She Prays

Waiting for Baby Bird

Will the Prophesied Josiah Have a Twin?

Sometimes I write to encourage, other times I write to record. And this one? Well, it's simply to record; because I don't know about you, but as the years go by, I often forget the details held within a story. This is why I wrote about my friend's sweet dream and the time a man… Continue reading Will the Prophesied Josiah Have a Twin?

When Someone You Know Is Infertile

Encouraging Your Loved One Through Infertility

I used to receive them all of the time in the beginning when I first announced our struggle to conceive. You know, those random texts that someone was praying for me. Or a card sent to my mailbox with words that spoke Truth into my heart. Or sometimes even a surprise gift of faith that… Continue reading Encouraging Your Loved One Through Infertility

Waiting for Baby Bird

One Cycle Closer

I am cramping, bloated, nauseous, fatigued and having a serious--you better get me one now-- craving for hot dogs. I am also making frequent trips to the ladies room, my breasts are beyond tender (which rarely happens) and I haven't been able to stop crying ever since I saw the Snuggle commercial this morning (that… Continue reading One Cycle Closer

Waiting for Baby Bird

Diary of an Infertile: Am I Ready for a Child?

Three months ago my time, energy, and schedule were my own. Most mornings I had the luxury of waking up whenever I wanted and I had the joys of quietly listening to the birds chirp on the back patio while I enjoyed my hot cup of coffee, warm piece of toast, and Jesus Calling devotional.… Continue reading Diary of an Infertile: Am I Ready for a Child?