Learning about what I could do to help my son, gave me a sense of control again. Control that I felt was lost when we received his diagnosis. 

Our children are not here to fit into the limited and controlled confines of a box – they are here to help us realize that there is no box. No limits – for them or for you. On the days you feel like you don’t know what you are doing, know that you are brilliant. You know exactly what your baby needs. Always. 

What you do makes a difference, don’t ever forget that, Mommas! You are strong and amazing and you are never alone.❤💙

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Grit & Grace Rising

Hi, I’m Laurel… I am a wife. I am a mother to Luke, born prematurely due to HELLP Syndrome. Luke was born with a congential heart defect and a kidney defect. I work in education. And I am gritty. I write the blog, Of Grit & Grace. It’s my space, my outlet and my way of working through some of life’s challenges. It’s my healing. I believe in living each moment to the fullest because tomorrow is promised to no one. I believe in seeing the blessing instead of the burden, giving hope to the hopeless, and walking by faith. I believe there is purpose in pain – we have to find it.

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