Sunday, August 04, 2013

Ella, Ava and I on Ava's birthday. Lily is there too,  in utero. 

I have been reading blogs again and such. It's because I am working on my master's project and it has to do with poor prenatal diagnosis and carrying to term, and therefore I'm all involved again. It's been quite emotional, if you must know, and I'm still in the literature review stage. However reading through blogs again reminds me how therapeutic blogging can be, as well as how nice it is to have things written down for the future. Heaven knows my memory is failing, and although Charlotte and Lily are both safe and sound, I have two other little girls who are just beginning their stories. So, just for me, maybe I should try to blog again.
Last time I blogged was in February after Hawaii. Since then we've just been enjoying the summer, dreading the winter, spending time with family and working, both at work and on my degree. The plan is to finish the degree and hopefully start a new job in 2014, maybe one at which I can work from home. We shall see.
We are healthy and happy, and getting healthier. We ran our 4th half marathon a couple weeks ago and Zar beat his best time by 15 minutes and his worst by over an hour, he's become very dedicated to his health and it's great. Sometimes it motivates me, sometimes it exhausts me. This week it's been motivating.
The girls start preschool in a few weeks and when I'm not at work I will have a morning or two a week to myself to run, or to work on my project, according to Zar. Or nap. Maybe blog.
Anyway, I am going to try and check in more often. Now it's in writing.


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