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Isaiah 41:1 "So do not fear, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will uphold you with righteous right hand"
Paskah PRKK FK UNDIP 2018 Proudly Presents 💕 📆 : Friday, April 13th 2018
🕝 : 04.30 PM (Open Gate)
📌 : Gedung Sukasari (Gereja Katedral) Jl. Pandanaran No.9
👗 : Red and Black "By His mercy and grace, He turn us from nothing into something precious. May His sacrifice strengthened faith, hope, and love in you"
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See you there and Wishing you a beautiful Easter 💕
WARNING: Long post. Today is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. I don’t share much of my personal life on social media, but I feel this needs to be said.
Just a few days before Thanksgiving 2018 we lost our first child at 6 weeks. To some people it’s just a lump of cells. To Lani and I it was our baby. It was one of the most painful experiences of our life and marriage. I wracked my brain to figure out what went wrong and if we could have done something to prevent it. It’s crazy to find out how common miscarriage is, which is a 10-15% occurrence in the first trimester which only increases with age. This is both consoling and heartbreaking.
In early 2019 after some healing we were blessed to find out we were pregnant again. I thought for sure that nothing wrong was going to happen. We already experienced our loss. There’s no way it could happen again, right? But just a few days before Easter of 2019 we experienced our second miscarriage. At 10 weeks we saw there was no heartbeat on the ultrasound. Lani didn’t experience any pain or discomfort until several days later when the baby finally passed. This one was harder in some ways and easier in others, especially in that we were so hopeful that the ultrasound was a fluke and that we would hear the baby’s heartbeat eventually since there was no pain.
Times can be hard. There’s lots of times where we wish we had our babies. There’s times where it’s hard to not be angry or envious of people who share their beautiful children on social media. I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to quit social media because I didn’t want to see anymore kids, but it’s gotten tolerable. I don’t feel that way around kids in person, especially our nephew and friends’ kids. I love playing with them and taking care of them. I love seeing them learn and grow.
We were in the process for adoption well before we found out we were pregnant the first time, but had to halt the process when it happened per protocol. We are planning to resume again. It’s a long process. If we end up pregnant again we will have to stop the process again. We sincerely hope that we can go one route and not be stuck in limbo between adoption
Back to school🎒📚📐✏ can seem a little scary😨, but it means you are growing up👌 and becoming even more awesome!
It's been a fun Easter holiday, but now it is time to meet old school friends and learn new things!!
Wishing you a wonderful new school session😊😊
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