Rainbow Babies

Rainbow stories make my heart delight!

Tonight, a precious family made public their news that they are expecting a double rainbow (twins).

After my second miscarriage I was told I would never be able to carry a baby to term again. One year later I gave birth to my precious rainbow! She is now 20 months old.

Some rainbows arrive via adoption, some rainbows grow in your womb, and sometimes a rainbow is finally being at peace with the possibility that you might never have children.

Let’s rejoice that we serve a God who doesn’t keep us in the storm, but carries us out to the sunshine.

Do you have a rainbow story?

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About Sarah

Sarah Lewis Philpott, Ph.D lives in the south on a sprawling cattle farm where she raises her two mischievous children (and one little baby!) and is farm wife to her high school sweetheart. It's quite the chaotic household, but she adores the blessings God has provided. Sarah is represented by The Blythe Daniel Literary Agency. Her book, Loved Baby: 31 Devotions for Helping you Grieve and Cherish Your Child After Pregnancy Loss, will be published in October '17 by Broadstreet Publishing. You'll be able to find it on Amazon, at Barnes & Nobles, and at other book retailers. She's a lover of coffee (black), rocking chairs, the outdoors, and Hemingway. Visit with Sarah at her All-American Mom blog where she writes about life on the farm and cherishing life in joy & in sorrow.

6 thoughts on “Rainbow Babies

  1. I’ve never had a miscarriage, but I have so many friends who have. My heart breaks for their loss, and I keep praying that God would provide them with a rainbow (from the womb or not).
    God is good regardless of the outcome, right?

  2. The afternoon before you were born I witnessed my one and only double rainbow. YOU and YOUR BROTHER are my Rainbow Babies, and what wonderful treasures you both are.

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