This photo is exactly how I first saw Callista, though the screen on my digital camera showing the photo Rob took before she left the operating room for the NICU was much smaller.
Guilt is a tricky thing. It’s something owned only by you, and no one else can touch it. […]
I just got back from taking my trio to storytime at the library. It’s something I’ve done on my own, but when the inevitable bathroom-break need kicks in, having a helper is, well, helpful. I’m lucky to have my mom close by with ample free time, so help is rarely unavailable.
We got into the […]
I ran across a blogger’s rant about National Infertility Awareness Week today and just shook my head.
The author, who shall remain unlinked, claims that NIAW is nothing more than a self-serving week to allow infertiles to push their medical advice down unsuspecting victims’ throats.
That’s paraphrasing, of course.
Nay, dear readers. This particular blogger […]
Two years ago today, I cracked like never before. I’d been heartbroken and elated in my past, but the two had never combined in one moment, and it drove me to hiccupy, giggly, choked-back sobs.
One or all three may not make it past first trimester.
Don’t ignore your ability to fight infertility.
If you’re infertile (an ugly label used to describe couples trying to conceive without success after 6-12 months (depending on age) or a woman younger than 35 who suffers multiple miscarriages), don’t ignore the lifestyle changes your system may need or treatments you can undergo. From diet and […]