About Me

Who am I? I’m a daughter, a sister, a friend, a writer, and a chocolate-lover. Most importantly, I’m a wife and, yes, a mom. A mom of four, three of whom I struggled to conceive: a five-year-old little girl whom I like to call Cupcake; an angel baby who left this world and my belly far too soon, at just seven weeks gestation; a two-year-old precious girl we call Skittle; and the baby who just arrived, whom we fondly call Poppy. It has been a long and painful journey to get here, but we are so thankful to be at this point. We continue to remember the baby we lost, but finally we are able to look forward with hope and anticipation as we watch our family continue to expand.

Thanks for reading and I hope you’ll freely leave me your thoughts, opinions, questions, and so on as we go along. If you want to contact me privately, you can use the form below or send an e-mail to cassie.s.dash@gmail.com. Oh, and in case you’re wondering, Cassie Dash is a pen name — not my birth name.  I’m a very private person and I wasn’t about to use my real name in this sort of public format. But the name does have its own special significance and you can feel free to call me “Cassie.”  Happy blogging!

P.S. To know my full story, you can read Part 1 and Part 2. Or you can get all the facts in a nutshell.

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  1. I’m glad you stopped by my blog, so I could know to come over to yours. My loss was right at seven weeks too, and I’m so sorry we have this in common. Thank you for sharing your journey with us – I’m looking forward to joining you on it.

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