A love letter to my little E…

Oh my....it's all happening.  I went in for my Day 3 monitoring today.  Everything came back normal and I start taking my Estrace pills today.  If all goes well....transfer will be September 5th!!  M and I are not telling anyone when we are transferring.  We have told people that we are getting ready to transfer, … Continue reading A love letter to my little E…

Life Stuffs

While waiting patiently for my FET, somehow the Earth just keeps spinning!  So I have kept on moving right along with it.  I have developed new interests and rekindled old ones.  Although I am at a point where everything does not revolve around my infertility, I do feel my new and old passions have been … Continue reading Life Stuffs

Guess who’s back….

Hey everyone....why do I do this??  This is my first post this entire YEAR.  Yikes.  Hey, better late than never right?  I'm excited to catch up with some of the bloggers who put me to shame on here, but inspire me all at the same time.  How do you all keep up with blogging?  I … Continue reading Guess who’s back….

2016 we are breaking up….

Don't get me wrong, I have to admit 2016 was a pretty awesome year.  I got to plan the wedding I never knew I always wanted, I married my soul mate, and we bought a cute little house that we are now making our home.  M and I got to enjoy just being a regular … Continue reading 2016 we are breaking up….

The sundry side of my life….

So thus far this blog has been pretty much solely infertility-centric.  Infertility has been my biggest hurdle in life, partly just the effort it takes to go through it but mostly because the outcome is so unknown.  It's also been challenging to not really have a venting outlet as so many people just Don't. Get. It. … Continue reading The sundry side of my life….

So this happened….

I got married!  Yep, for the last two months I have been busy planning a wedding, no big deal 😉  M and I finally tied the knot, almost 4 years to the day we started dating.  Four years together, almost 3 of those fighting the infertility monster.  Four years of happiness, sadness, excitement, disappointments, adventures, … Continue reading So this happened….

Thoughts for National Infertility Awareness Week

I can't believe it's been two and a half years since I was officially diagnosed with Diminished Ovarian Reserve.  30 months of living with it.  When I think back to that time in October of 2013, sometimes I just laugh and miss how innocent I was.  Like I said in my last post, I didn't … Continue reading Thoughts for National Infertility Awareness Week