The Ten Things You Should Say (or Do) to Your Infertile Friends.

I started writing this follow up to my last post The Ten Things You Shouldn’t Say (Or Do) to Your Infertile Friends, way back in February once I posted the last blog. When I started writing it, I thought I would have a quicker follow up, with only Five things you SHOULD say or do. As it turns out to nobody’s surprise, I just had … Continue reading The Ten Things You Should Say (or Do) to Your Infertile Friends.

Ten Things You Shouldn’t Say (or Do) to Your Infertile Friends

This is a post that I started writing on March 6, 2017. I recently found it in my drafts and decided to resuscitate it. So much has changed in our infertility journey since I started writing this 339 days ago: We had three more failed IUI procedures We went to Europe We started IVF We found out we only made two viable embryos We transferred … Continue reading Ten Things You Shouldn’t Say (or Do) to Your Infertile Friends

This is Us

“Surely the whole point of writing your own life story is to be as honest as you possibly can, revealing everything about yourself that is most private and probably most interesting for that very reason.” ~Judith Krantz  I made this little blog public on my Facebook page today, which I guess means there is no more need for anonymity. I am overwhelmed with the response … Continue reading This is Us

Our Infertility Story: Checking His Swimmers

“It is no use saying, ‘We are doing our best.’ You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary.” ~Winston Churchill Our Infertility Story: The Beginning Our Infertility Story: The Specialist  Our Infertility Story: My HSG Our Infertility Story: The Eye of the Storm I now know that getting his sperm checked was not an easy thing for my husband (or any man) to do. … Continue reading Our Infertility Story: Checking His Swimmers

Our Infertility Story: The Beginning

“I am half agony, half hope.” ~Jane Austen  My husband and I were married in late 2012, after having been together for several years. We had a relatively short engagement, because we already felt that our life together had started. We enjoyed a couple of years as husband and wife, and honestly felt happier and more in love than ever. Less than a year into … Continue reading Our Infertility Story: The Beginning