Saturday, June 23, 2012

Pagan Blessed

  I thank the Goddess every day for blessing me with such a smart, amazing child. Kriztofer-Aiden has been a blessing since he was born, he was a miracle baby that we thought we would never be able to bring home. After my first miscarriage in 2006, and numerous testing and dr appointments, I was told I probably couldn't have kids. In 2009 I found out I was pregnant with Kriztofer, and considering I was on The Pill, made him more of a miracle baby. My thoughts were that perhaps the pill put the hormones in my body that I previously lacked, the reason why it was so hard for me to get pregnant in the first place. I had an almost perfect pregnancy minus the three months of morning sickness, and had no other issues throughout the pregnancy. When I went into labor on May 9 (Mother's Day 2010), I knew it was going to be his birthday because I looked at my phone, which said 12:00 midnight, and I said "Happy Birthday Kriztofer" then fell asleep. An hour and a half later we were leaving to the hospital because I woke up to go to the bathroom, and for the first time in 9 months, I was bleeding. So we rushed to the hospital and I was sent straight up to L&D to be put on monitors and be examined. To make a long story shorter, I was in labor for about 12 hours, and when I was finally in active labor they had to induce because I was dilating past 6 cm for over 4 hours. Then I was told I had to have an emergency C-Section because my blood pressure spiked, I developed a 104 fever and the baby's heart rate was rapidly dropping, from a healthy 150-162 to under 40 BPM. After pushing for what seemed like forever the midwife was ready to give up and go to the OR when my wonderful OB/GYN pushed her out of the way and said "we are getting this baby out right now!" After three pushes with Dr. King and a bilateral episiotomy, little Kriztofer-Aiden was finally born....Stillborn....He wasn't breathing after I finally pushed him out, they set him on my tummy for me to see him for a couple seconds then they rushed him to the Incubator bed and started working on him. Finally a weak heart beat, then crying...Our baby was alive!

 He was kept in the NICU for observation, the longest week of our lives. Needless to say, two years later, Kriztofer is healthy and thriving, the little terror that he is ^_^ He's an amazing child, wise beyond his mere two years of life, but I wouldn't have him any other way. He truly is our little miracle baby, and our little blessing from the Goddess.

Anyways, I just thought I would share with you all how our little blessing came to be!
As always, Keep it Magickal, and remember, every moment you get with your children is magickal, and so are they!
)o( Blessed Be )o(


  1. What a blessing! I'm so glad that your son came to you and as you say, "He truly is our little miracle baby, and our little blessing from the Goddess." Continue enjoying :)