In the last three of those years I struggled to start a family.
After what seemed like many long years of tests, torture and treatments, I gave birth to not one, but four babies at once! I had quadruplet girls — and my life has not been the same since.
Along with my joy came much stress, sadness and anxiety. Some of my girls suffered from mild to severe health problems ranging from sensory integration issues to hydrocephalus. One daughter in particular went through much pain while in the hospital facing 11 different brain surgeries.
As I navigated the developmental delays and special needs of my girls, I learned a lot. Including how to live on purpose and make the most out of every moment, good or bad.
Now I blog about my experiences, hoping to help others going through similar circumstances. Especially helping moms during the first years of their multiples’ lives.
I created systems, methods and techniques to ease the stresses of those early years. Especially useful for children dealing with health issues or early intervention requirements, they also work for healthy children.
And I plan to share them with you in “Tips for Moms of Multiples.”
Being a mom of one or several children keeps you busy and on your toes . . .and can be overwhelming at times.
If you haven’t signed up for my newsletter to get my latest tips, do it now. You’ll immediately get your copy of my free report on “Top 5 Tips to Prepare for Twins, Triplets or More . . .”
Whether you have one child or many, I will bring you insights, guidance and laughter as I share how you can live on purpose while showing your special children how they can live on purpose too.