It Is All About the Fiat by Erin McCole Cupp

This article is part of  a blog book tour for Erin's new novel.She writes just enough of an introduction to engage your heart and your perk curiosity about her story.Don’t You Forget About Me. This novel is a MUST read!

It Is All About the Fiat:  I have a friend with ten kids. Okay, I’m a homeschooling Catholic mom, so I now have several friends with ten kids (give or take), but this one has been my friend since before we started homeschooling. She’s a friend who knows how I take my coffee, for whom I don’t need to clean before she comes over, and who gets my Simpsons references.

Actually, that friend has eleven kids. One of them is now in heaven. I was one of the only people she told when she found herself expecting her eleventh. She called me because she knew I’d be happy for her instead of rolling my eyes and saying, “You know they have a pill for that now?” She knew that I’d pray for them both, for the whole family. I was honored with her confidence in me.
Then I was the one she called when she experienced her first miscarriage ever.

She told me, “I used to think those women were being selfish. You know, the ones who avoid baby showers because they’d miscarried or couldn’t have kids or whatever. I used to think, ‘Can’t they just be happy for the other person?’ But now I understand.”
I am luckier than most. I eventually learned about the Pope Paul VI Institute, learned of NaPro Technology and found a NaPro doctor practicing only two hours away from me. (Two hours! Considering many have to cross state and even national borders to receive this kind of treatment, two hours is nothing.)  read more>


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