Infertility

Plus Size and Trying To Conceive (TTC)

As someone that is not ignorant to the fact that they are plus size, my weight doesn't usually bother me. I don't obsess about the fact that I'm "fat" or "thick." In my mind if you don't like the way I look, that's your problem. I could care less what anyone thinks about me or… Continue reading Plus Size and Trying To Conceive (TTC)

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On a Break

There is this saying that you can't pour from an empty cup. In the past couple of weeks, that saying has stuck with me. After a year and a half of fertility drugs, one miscarriage, and a failed IUI attempt we decided that we are taking a break. I had been thinking about this for… Continue reading On a Break

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Infertility Explained By Ross Geller

When you see the latest pregnancy announcement on Facebook     Then your friends/family ask if you're okay     When someone tells you for the millionth time to "relax and you'll get pregnant"   When you've just been probed at the doctor's for an hour and have to go to work     When… Continue reading Infertility Explained By Ross Geller

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The Importance of Self-Care

Have you ever found that it's so easy to take care of other people, but super hard to take care of yourself? Well don't be because it's pretty common.  I think that society has taught us that self-care is considered selfish. It's selfish to think about yourself when there are others that are struggling. THIS… Continue reading The Importance of Self-Care

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You’re Allowed to be Sad

I have found that in the infertility community, people can be NASTY. Not nasty in a gross way, but nasty in a mean and hateful way. There is this unspoken bar that is set that the longer someone else is infertile, the less validated you are in your sadness. I found this out when I… Continue reading You’re Allowed to be Sad

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18 Months Later

I decided to post my first YouTube Video for this post.  Here I talk about Josh and I meeting the 18 month mark of our infertility journey and the most important thing that has happened to me since the beginning. I debated on what I could talk about and the one thing that stuck out… Continue reading 18 Months Later

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When to Ask For Help

In the beginning, I was positive. Well, for the most part I was positive. Obviously, when I was diagnosed with PCOS I was sad. I cried a lot, but for the most part I felt positive. I started this blog and began talking about it. Talking about it helped. It validated my feelings. Then a… Continue reading When to Ask For Help