Posted in April 2013

April 28th 2012

Happy Anniversary to my amazing husband!!! As I watch this video I remember the feeling of pure joy. It was truly the best day of my life. I am so lucky to have found the man that God chose for me. He is my soul-mate, my rock, my world, my everything. He makes me a … Continue reading

A Letter To A Pregnant Friend…

I find a lot of my strength from connecting to other women who have gone through the same thing I have. I spend countless hours reading blogs and knowing that someone else out there understands what this journey is like and how it can easily break a person down. One of my biggest challenges on this journey … Continue reading

Join the Movement

    This week April 21-April 27th is National Infertility Awareness Week. I am so glad that there is a week out of the year dedicated to raise awareness about this topic, since a few years ago it was considered “taboo.” I never thought I would be apart of the infertility community as well as … Continue reading

Faith When I Fall

I wanted to share an excerpt I found on another ladies blog  going through a similar situation, she also notes why blogging is not only beneficial to us, but to our family and friends as well. See Below. “When you go through fertility treatments and miscarriage you’re in a constant state of struggle. A struggle against yourself: body, … Continue reading

Meet Penelope!

Mark and I became parents this weekend to our 2nd fur baby! Everyone meet Penelope!  She is a min-pin/chihuahua mix and has already stole our hearts! Mark and I have been thinking about getting  another dog for the last year or so, but Princeton has been our baby for the last 6 years and we just … Continue reading

Soldiers

I really don’t like hearing  of bad news. Especially when it hits home and unfortunately I feel like that’s all I ever hear anymore. As I have said before in some of my other posts, I had a lot of people reach out to me with their own fertility struggles or losses. Some are strangers, some were acquaintances and some … Continue reading