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March 31, 2008



How wonderful that you have that memory in written words. It's beautiful.


That was beautiful.
and I have always enjoyed your story.

Jane - Pinks & Blues

Beth, I remember reading this story for the first time, and just thinking, "Wow. What an incredibly special woman and mother." And I remember seeing the picture of your beautiful family, and just being so, so happy for you.

Receiving that email from you was so heartbreaking. I called my mom and Audrey, and we were just in tears.

Getting to know you and your family through all of this has been such a blessing, Beth. I so wish the outcome had been different. But I am so glad that those beautiful words of yours will forever serve as another reminder of your beautiful boys James and Jake, and the love that they have always been, and always will be, surrounded by.

So much love to you,


That is a beautiful story and I am so glad that you have your picture.

Adventures In Babywearing

That post you wrote is forever in my memory. I am so glad you see it as a keepsake and a wonderful moment in your heart.


J. Fergie

Beautiful. Both posts are just beautiful.


That is so incredibly touching. Your perspective moves me.

Liza's Eyeveiw

Beth, this brought me tears once again - tears of joy and sadness at the same time. Memories will last forever, but it's even better when it's all written down and captured in photos.

Much love to you and your family,

Some People Call Me Mom

Thank you for sharing - the beautiful and the not so beautiful parts of life. There aren't very many people who are willing to be that genuine and open with anyone, let alone complete strangers.

You and your family and your experiences in life are much appreciated.


Dear Beth,

As I sit at my computer right now, tears are streaming from my eyes while reading your post.

I will always remember reading your beautiful story of James & Jake and your wonderful family. Audrey, Jane and I read it over and over... and the words did come alive and dance across the paper. I could feel your heartbeat and hear your joy.

I, too, will always remember where I was when I heard from Jane. I was eating dinner with my husband at a local restaurant. I stood up in disbelief, then utter grief... and my husband was begging, "What happened?" I explained through my tears, and then felt so weak.

I see every day why we were so mesmerized by your words. It is your amazing and extraordinary strength... both in joy. And in grief. Your heart beats right through your computer... loving, passionate, compassionate... in pain, despair, grief... but always cherishing life.

LOVE is what you are, as a mama and a friend. You live these words: Unable are the loved to die, for Love is Immortality.

Your little boys have blessed all of us through you, and they will do so forever. Thank you for sharing your story again. It is through your words and your heart that we can see your beautiful boys.

Much love,

ps my husband asks me every single day, "Have you heard from Beth today?" It's his way of asking how you are doing...




I remember that post.. It was so exciting!

Everytime I read a new post.. (sad or happy) I just always want to give you a hug and tell you I love you!

Isn't that silly??? :)

I can't wait to meet those boys in Heaven! I'll search them out right after I find my dog! :)

To Think Is To Create

I remember catching up on your blog, reading this post and being so excited for you to be a finalist. Then I read that you were going to the dr, then read the post from your sister telling us all what had happened. The roller coaster was shocking and so heartbreaking.

I love that you are sharing this again, it shows how strong you are and that you are not hiding from your grief. You are an inspiration!


wow. wow, wow, wow. beautiful.


wow, thanks so much for sharing.....prayers for you.


thanks so much for sharing......prayers for you.


Once again your inspiring story moves me to tears. You have such an expressive way of telling everything that happens in your life. I love your style or writing and I love even more that you share each tender moment of your life and heart with us.
What a beautiful piece of writing for your future generations to read.


What a wonderful story of learning about your expecting twins! Thank you for sharing it with us.


I am so sorry to hear of your losses. I cannot imagine losing two babies at once. However I am sorry to say I know what it is like to lose a baby. I was 16.5 weeks pregnant when I lost my baby girl, Hope in June of 2006.

I will be praying for you and your family. I know this is a difficult time for you. I pray that you will find some comfort knowing you have inspired so many of us in our weight loss journey.


It's been 17 days since your last post. I check daily for updates to see how you are doing. I've been praying for you since I found your blog about a month ago. And I say an extra prayer each day I log on and no word from you as I know you are trying to deal with the tragic loss of your boys. I hope you are trying to care of yourself as you try and create your new "normalacy".

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