September is National PCOS Awareness Month, so I thought I’d take the opportunity to share five things I do to manage my PCOS.
It was one year ago today I first held you in my arms. The miracle of your existence still seemed surreal even as I watched your tiny fingers hold mine. A year later and your gap-toothed smile welcomes me every time I get you from a nap. You have developed your own personality, a mixture of sweet and feisty. This past year has swallowed up the emptiness of the past 6 while we waited for you. You made me a mother all over again and Elle a sister – something she didn’t realize just how much she’d love.… Read More From Shots to Baby: Our IVF Experience
Adam, Elle, and I had just moved 2,000 miles across the country to start Adam’s first real job. We took part of our relocation bonus money to one of the nearby home furnishing stores, looking to buy our first real master bedroom set and living room set. We’d browsed their furniture collections online so we could try to navigate the showroom floor without the assistance of a possibly pushy salesperson. But, alas, our attempts were futile and a very southern and very mature woman stuck by our sides the whole time.… Read More Our Infertility Journey – The Beginning
Listen Up! Alrighty, friends. To honor National Infertility Awareness Week I want you to listen – no, really listen. I don’t speak for all, but I speak for some, and what I have to say is important. If you know anything about me via this blog, it’s that we have a huge age gap between… Read More Listen Up: National Infertility Awareness Week
“I hope that by sharing my story someone, somewhere feels hope. As we listen and learn from each other, we can become more aware of the battle that affects so many couples every day. And awareness is the first step.” I first met Lori in an online class at BYU-Idaho while we both finished working… Read More National Infertility Awareness Week: Guest Post from Lori at Choosing Wisdom