Whew.. yet another post that I keep putting off. It's been 13 months since I last shared about our journey to becoming parents. It's interesting how infrequent I have shared considering that this blog originally started to document our journey. Please don't think that the lack...

To finish up National Infertility Awareness Week I am hosting a link up for any blogger who wants to share their infertility story. The purpose of this is to connect with and meet other bloggers, encourage one another, and also read testimonies of those on the other...

Today I am choosing to thank the Lord for our babies. No, I am not pregnant yet, but I know one day soon I will be. When I think about the day I will receive my positive pregnancy test, I am overwhelmed with so much...

On my journey to becoming a mother I have had a long list of negative thoughts that have entered my mind. Some days are worse than others and some thoughts happen way more than others. Regardless, it's easy for my mind to be full of...

Many people have been quick to offer us advice on what we need to do in order to get pregnant. I know we are not the only one who receives similar advice.  Whether it's fertility-based or not, people always want to be the first to offer advice in...

Left Behind. These two words describe exactly how I feel. There are so many emotions I have experienced on our journey to becoming parents. As most of my friends have children, I can't help but feel left behind. My friends have moved on without me. Some...

Our journey to becoming parents has been much different for Colby than it has for me. Just like no one who has walked through infertility will understand the journey, I don't feel like he does either. Most of my mom friends will agree that not much changed for...

Infertility. It's month after month of waiting. It's attending baby showers. It's hosting baby showers. It's going to gender reveal parties. It's celebrating with friends. It's bringing meals to new mothers and meeting their newborn babies. It's having friends who are scared to tell you they...

This week is National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW). The NIAW movement began in 1989. The goal is to raise awareness and help the public understand more about infertility and reproductive health. The statistics say that 1 in 8 couples go through infertility.  This year the National Infertility...