Infertility

You’re Allowed to be Happy

We spent this Thanksgiving in New Hampshire with my husband's family. It was wonderful! It was big and loud and full of laughter; just how Thanksgiving should be. As I sat, surrounded by family and friends my heart felt like it was going to burst! I felt genuinely happy. After we stuffed ourselves with turkey… Continue reading You’re Allowed to be Happy

Infertility

Fluff Break

I’m a nerd. A HUGE NERD. Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Supernatural…those are my peeps. Fluff is a term in the fanfiction world that basically means sweet, little plot, no angst, etc.  So today I am taking a fluff break from all the anger, grief, and sadness of infertility. Today I'm going to talk about… Continue reading Fluff Break

Infertility

Two Pink Lines

I debated when and if I should post this. I felt like I needed time to grieve, however I cope by writing.  This blog originally started out as an outlet for me when I was first diagnosed with PCOS. I never anticipated that it would turn into a comfort for many people and  introduce me… Continue reading Two Pink Lines

Guest Posts

Jenny’s Story

The following is a blogpost from my dear friend Jenny about her experience with depression and fertility treatments. The Day I Yelled at the Worcestershire Sauce   Infertility has consumed me. Again. And taken such a heavy toll on all of us emotionally and mentally. Trying to get your body back into a good groove… Continue reading Jenny’s Story

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What Infertility Has Taught Me

Yesterday was the last day of infertility awareness week. If you follow me on instagram, you have seen my multitude of posts. This year's theme was "flip the script" which aligns with the purpose of my blog beautifully.  I so badly wanted to post a video to describe my final thoughts on infertility awareness week,… Continue reading What Infertility Has Taught Me

Infertility

When Things Don’t Go As Planned…

For the first time in a couple of months, I'm actually feeling like myself. If you struggle with infertility, you know exactly what I'm talking about.  There are times when you feel so disconnected from your body, that you don't even recognize yourself. I recently learned that when you are going through hormone treatments your… Continue reading When Things Don’t Go As Planned…

Guest Posts

Brittni’s Story

The first day of my last period was 1/1/18. That’s easy to remember. Then I got pregnant. I knew immediately- not because of any womanly intuition or anything like that, but because I’m very, very regular. The day before my missed period, I wasn’t spotting like usual. The day my period would have begun, I… Continue reading Brittni’s Story