30, Pregnant and Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

Welcome to the Oesch Family Blog. This blog will allow you to follow along as our family grows, we tackle my breast cancer and live life to its fullest.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Emma Learning and Discovering

I keep this blog for Emma. It is like her digital baby book that can also be shared with family and friends. I love capturing her in the moment...learning and discovering new things. Here she is at 3.5 years old.
We love you, Emma
Mommy and Daddy

catching the bubbles; always in a skirt

hop scotch; again in a skirt

kissing the frog. she told me "i guess he isn't my prince"

first time at the Muny

just like nothing happened

so excited to be at Firehouse Subs
Back to School!

busy at work...making lists for Mommy

she might be an engineer

holding the pencil perfectly

fishing at Grandpa Oesch's



at the park; in a skirt
mani pedi

wearing her goggles to bed

playing in the sprinkler but with the umbrella

puppy dog day at School

Susan G Komen Race for the Cure Summer 2014

This was by far the hardest Race for the Cure. I have been participating since 2011 after being diagnosed. 2011 was emotional but it didn't compare to this summer's emotions.

This was the first time I had to walk the Survivor's Walk without Jodi. I carried Emma because I didn't want to be by myself. I didn't have her hand to hold; I didn't have her shoulder to cry on; I didn't have someone to smile with and sing with.

I left the Survivor's procession early because I was too overwhelmed.

I miss you, Jodi. But I will continue to walk in your honor.