Infertility

Posts in the ‘Infertility’ category

Freedom From a Bathroom Cabinet

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by your burden of grief? I posted earlier about the 10 year anniversary of the end of my active infertility season. A decade ago, after my third and final miscarriage, I cried uncle. Surrendered. Sobbed and mourned and eventually took baby steps on the new path opened up by God. […]

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Ten Years to Life

Ten Years Ago… June 2016 marked ten years of a journey I didn’t want. You see, June 2006 brought several endings in my life that imprisoned me emotionally, mentally, and spiritually for a very long time. The Past One morning in June 2006 while sitting in a fertility clinic waiting for a final procedures, I […]

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A Gaggle of Geese for Mother’s Day

One day last fall, a neighbor showed me a nest filled with eggshell fragments. Two days later I spotted tiny goslings and four adults on the water. Over several weeks I watched the goslings grow until they became young adults. Two parents and three goslings made up one family and I began to daily seek […]

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A Day to Remember

Today, October 15th, represents the Official Day of Remembrance within a month of Infant & Pregnancy Loss Awareness. This month allows those of us who have experienced the gut-wrenching pain of loss to come together in support and community. If this month has personal meaning and experience for you, you are on my heart. I […]

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Help with an Unbearable Burden

We watched the momma bear search high and low for her young cub. She paced several blocks of a neighborhood for hours. All. Day. Long. Two friends and I heard a rumor that Parks & Wildlife rescued the injured cub early in the day and whisked it away for rehabilitation, but no one explained this […]

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Embracing Mother’s Day

I take a deep breath and remind myself, it’s that time of year again. You know, the day set apart to honor and celebrate moms. The day children write poems as tokens of their love and families gather to celebrate mothers. A glorious day of recognition for women with children. A gut-wrenching day for women […]

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The Wait of Infertility

The following is a guest post I wrote for Dr. Sue Edward’s blog on Bible.org: The Wait of Infertility We in western culture tend towards impatience. In general, we do not enjoy waiting…in lines, for food, for replies. Occasionally, I even find myself urging the microwave to heat food faster. The journey of infertility is […]

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Signs Along the Way

After trying for a year to get pregnant, the strip barely registered the + sign before I miscarried in the middle of the night. Clueless about the combination of issues faced, I swallowed the tears and began again. I had yet to realize that I had taken a sharp right turn off Happy Drive and […]

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