Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Parallel Lives


Have you ever met someone for the first time and after talking for a while you realize just how much you have in common? I mean so much in common that it's almost eerie? Almost like you're living parallel lives?

Well, I haven't "met" this person. In fact, I don't even know this person. I found her via BlogHer@Home. Like many of us who aren't able to attend the BlogHer convention this year, I'll be spending my BlogHer '09 weekend at home. Actually, it's Little One's baptism and we'll be having lots of friends and family from out of town visiting us on the Island.

Anyway, I chanced upon The Spohrs Are Multiplying while checking out the latest news on BlogHer@Home. I don't know why, but something made me click on their link. As I read about them, my heart just sunk. I realized just how much we share in common. It was pretty freaky.

The Spohrs' little Maddie was born on November 11, 2007. Little One was born on November 11, 2008! Maddie was born at 28 weeks, 6 days gestation. Little One was born at 28 weeks, 3 days! Freaky or what? I was shocked that they share the same birth day and gestational age.

As I read on, I was reminded about our experience with Little One being in the NICU and how difficult it was for us. If you've been following the blog for the past year, you already know about Little One's story. It is so interesting to know just how many other parents out there have preemies at Little One's gestational age (and younger!) and have had NICU experiences similar to ours.

I just thought I'd share their site with you.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG!!! What a Sweet little girl! Her story makes me so sad?!?! Make sure to keep your chin up C, not all stories end the same!
TATA
Steph

hotmommy said...

beutiful blog for a beautiful little girl. what a sweet girl and my heart aches for her parents. ,my best friend lost her child at 23 days of age. i couldn't imagine carrying a child and giving birth and then losing him so soon. he was a prem too and caught an infection and never was able to fight it off and died. it has and still is so very hard on my friend, her husband and her family. lots of warm thoughst sent out to maddie's parents.

Karen MEG said...

Heather has a great site and is a true inspiration (her and Mike)...and I think it's fab that they are expecting again.

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