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I am not a hero, my child is the hero.

I am not a hero.  I am not strong.  I am not doing anything any other mother wouldn’t do when put into an extreme situation regarding their child.  My child is the hero.  He is the strong one.  He is the one who fought for his life.  I stood by and watched.  I learned as much as I could so that I could help sustain him once he was strong enough to come home, but I’m no hero.  My son is a micro-preemie, born at 24 weeks and 3 days.  He is my hero.
My struggle to become a mom didn’t start with my sons early arrival.  It started long before that, even before I knew it would be an issue.  At the young age of 14 I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.  At the time, I didn’t know it would be a big deal, or the impact it would have on my life down the road.  It wasn’t until I got married that I understood the emotional toll the would take on my mind, my relationship and my faith.  It wasn’t until my husband and I decided we were ready to take on the role of parents that I truly real…

OVer Blog Introduction

Welcome, to the OVer Blog.So much is happening at The OVer HQ, it goes with out question that we should begin by saying a huge THANK YOU! Thank you for rising up alongside us and sharing in this journey.