Tag: infertility

Infertility Retrospective: Things I Learned and Wished I’d Known

You would not know it to see me now, struggling through the grocery store with two toddlers and two older children at 5 p.m....

Infertility Isn’t Something to Be Ashamed of (Even Though I Was)

This is this fifth and final post in a series by an author who has chosen to remain anonymous during her two-year fertility journey...

On the Subject of Infertility: Are You ‘Fine’ or Fine?

I had our fifth and final miscarriage in December. We officially stopped pursuing treatments shortly after that because while I could have physically continued,...

Light in the Darkness of Infertility: First Coast DIY Walk of...

Infertility is a grief that can be overwhelmingly painful and isolating. While all around you friends and family are celebrating with baby showers and...

Suffer in Silence, No More: Life After Infertility

Infertility is a path walked by many, but discussed by few. It’s not a title anyone wants associated with their family planning, but it...

To This Mama, SIDS is Terrifying

When I was in high school, college, maybe even beyond--I wasn't sure I'd ever want to be married or have children. I had big,...

My Family Journey: Coming Through Infertility

One Sunday three years ago I watched my husband carry pieces of my daughter’s crib to the end of our driveway for the trash...