Maybe I’m the only one, but when I was little I used to make my Bratz dolls pregnant. I would stuff clothes in their shirts and pretend they were having a baby. On Saturday mornings I would wake up extra early to secretly watch “A Baby Story” on TLC. For as long as I can… Continue reading The Only Journey that’s Worth the Wait
"Conception isn't always as easy as high school makes you think" It was finally time. My husband and I were finally ready to start a family of our own. I had done the research, I had bought the ovulation tests, I recently just stopped birth control. I was ready to become something I had wanted… Continue reading Our Founder’s Journey to Motherhood
The journey my husband and I took to parenthood was long, complicated, and heartbreaking. However, for us, it was worth it. That doesn’t mean it was “fair”. As someone who has experienced the pain and uncertainty of infertility, I have an intimate understanding of how unfair it feels when it seems as though everyone around… Continue reading Betrayed By My Own Body
I hid this onesie well. I also hid vodka well. Unfortunately, when you tell your family you need to pack up and go to rehab in a drunken stupor, they do a serious search for bottles of alcohol to eliminate.
If you haven't read part 1 and 2, stop here and go read them! If you have, thanks for coming back! This final installment of this story is the part that impacted me the most. It's one of the reasons why The Fertility Project has been born in hopes of bringing light to women's health… Continue reading My Oh So Awkward Experience with Sex Ed. Part 3
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"The pregnancy announcements, friends and family having babies, and the questions I get about when I will get pregnant, all trigger the emotional pain and heartache."
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