Life Changes

Posted by BJ Proverts on March 22, 2015as ,

Not much has gone on with this website as of late. So many things have changed for me in the past year and a half. My writing had to be put on the back burner for a while. Where does one begin to describe how much life changes? I suppose I should just start at the beginning.

In late February of 2014, my husband and I brought his parents from Illinois to live with us. We had both expected about six months of that and they would have their own place somewhere close to us. In April 2014, I was certain that I was beginning to go through menopause. HA! That couldn’t have been farther from what was really happening to my body. On April 17th, 2014 we found out that we were going to have a new baby in our home.

As the months went by slowly at first, I realized that I had no energy to sit at my computer. Morning sickness kicked my ass the first few months of the pregnancy. By the time that I was four months along the doctor was a bit concerned about my lack of weight gain. I was put on a seafood diet. I was told to eat anything and everything I wanted to try to add pounds.

By the late sixth month, I was tired of seeing food at all. I was also beginning to have problems with my blood pressure. For most people a 120/80 is completely normal. For me that is very high. My normal usually stays around 90/65. Close to the end of month six, my pressure was staying around 130/95. Very high.

At 35 weeks the doctor and I agreed that it was time for the baby to be born. My pressure was staying too high and there was the worry of preeclampsia. So on Veteran’s Day of 2014, our sweet young man was born. That’s right! The woman that had never been able to carry a boy finally gave birth to one! I couldn’t have been happier.

Our son was small for a baby born at 35 weeks. He weighed in at just barely over 4 pounds. He spent eight days in the hospitals NICU before being sent home. The day he came home was one of the happiest of my life. I finally had a son!

My happiness was short lived. Having only been home from the hospital for one short week, our son stopped breathing one evening. It scared the living hell out of me. Even though we were able to revive him fairly easily, we wasted no time in getting him to a hospital to be checked out.

The hospital wasn’t equipped to handle his size or his issue so they sent him via ambulance to a different hospital. The new hospital we went to kept him for four days. They had no idea what had caused him to stop breathing the way he had. They watched and waited. He had no episodes while there. He had test after test done to figure it out with no luck. He saw several specialists.

One test that he had done showed that he had a brain bleed that was healing on its own. They had no idea what had caused it unless it was just from being a premature baby. We also learned that he was and still is allergic to most formulas, he is taking one that is an amino acid based formula.

During our stay at the new hospital we were notified that someone from the first hospital we had taken our precious baby to had called DCFS on us for the small size of our baby. While worrying if our son would again stop breathing, we had to deal with an investigation into our parenting ability. Thankfully we were able to show DCFS that we were and still are loving parents that only had the health of our son in mind.

After all of that my husband’s parents found a place to live a few towns away from us in January of 2015. We in turn moved from our very small house into a much larger home (we needed more room). Now we are much more comfortable in our new place and my husband has a new job. His new work keeps him away from home far too much, but he is doing what he has to in order to provide for our family.

Our son is now four months old and to look at him you would never believe that he was born so small. He is growing too fast already. It won’t be long and he will be crawling. I have wanted to spend every moment possible with him. Each time I look at him, I am still amazed that my husband and I created such an amazing gift. I have a son!! Yes I know I keep saying that, but honestly that’s how I feel every time I see his smiling face.

Each laugh he gives fills my heart with such pride. I helped make that handsome young man!

I want to write about all of the hot things that float through my head. There doesn’t seem to be enough time in my days to fit it in along with staring at this beautiful boy lying next to me. As he continues to grow and amaze me each day, I find myself wanting to get back into the swing of my writing. This post tonight is a small way for me to get my feet wet again so to speak.

Maybe once my feet get wet other things can too. Then maybe I will feel up to writing the sexy stories that my husband wishes I would get back to writing. So please keep your eyes on this site, more stories are already starting to pop into my head. Maybe writing will again lead to other things popping up for me too!


Stay sexy friends,

Mrs. Provert





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