Hi there! This is Nicole, the owner and mama behind Addie Baby! Thank you so much for visiting my site. Your support means so much to me. Here's a little about me. Besides from running this business I am a Rhode Island and Massachusetts licensed realtor. I was a real estate paralegal for 6 years prior to getting my real estate licenses. I knew I wanted to be a full time realtor before having a baby so I could make my own hours and spend whatever time I wanted with my baby, & I did just that!
I had my first baby in February of 2022. You guessed it, her name is Addison, but my husband Chris and I call her Addie (hence the name Addie Baby, I'm so clever, I know). February was truly a blessing when our baby girl entered this world but it was not all rainbows and butterflies getting to that point. In February of 2021 I had a miscarriage at 9 weeks. I thought why me? Why do I have to go through this? What did I do wrong? It was absolutely devastating to me and my husband and it put me in a very dark place. I felt alone. I could not see myself trying for another baby anytime soon after that. However, 3 months later I found out I was pregnant again and I was terrified, scared, anxious, you name it - I felt it. The entire pregnancy was extreme tough to say the least. But, Addie entered this world on the same day a year later that I lost my baby in 2021, literally same day, February 25th - it gives me goosebumps just thinking about it. A true angel entered our life. Life works in mysterious ways that we will never understand especially while in the moment. Do I still think about the what if's? Of course I do! It's apart of me. But now myself, my husband, and Addie all get to celebrate our birthdays in February together. Yup, we all have February birthdays. Me: February 14, my husband February 22, & Addie February 25.
It's truly amazing and I wouldn't want it any other way. Why do I share this? Because I believe miscarriages are not talked about enough as common as they are and if I can make 1 person feel less alone who has to experience such a horrible event then I will keep telling my story over a million times again.