Comments: Keep Your Arms Inside the Cart At All Times

Yes, holding Zoey again will give you and your wife an up to look forward to. If you don't have something to look forward to the days can look endlessly black and you don't want to get out of bed in the morning. Sometimes when the big things seem overwhelming it is often the little things that sustain us until we have ridden out the wave. One of the ways I cope with bad days is by keeping a goodie hidden in the house somewhere where none of the piglets in my family can find it. When I have a bad day I know I can at least count on something sweet and chocolatety waiting for me at home (there's been a box of See's truffles in the vacuum cleaner closet for over a month now and nobody's found it. They can smell the chocolate on my breath but they can't make me talk.) It's a small thing, but every little bit helps. With every day and every ounce Zoey gains she is getting bigger and stronger and some day she'll be tearing through the house whooping and hollering and you'll have a hard time remembering her fragile beginnings.

Posted by Kirstin at February 28, 2011 12:44 AM

Looking forward to the day when you tell us that little Zoey is coming home with you.

Posted by Keith at February 28, 2011 11:47 AM
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