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Tag Archives: infertility
KeAnne straddles the world of IT and marketing at large university. After work, she can be found chasing her 3-year-old son, herding cats (literally), attempting to read and watching the Food Network obsessively with her … Continue reading
Today I am guest posting at The Kir Corner. My piece is entitled, “Her Middle Name is Grace.” Kirsten Piccini is a warm, genuine, kind-hearted soul. She’s a loyal reader and follower and we’ve known one another for a long time–we’ve … Continue reading
I’m not here today. Instead, you can find me HERE. I’ve written a guest post on motherhood for my bloggy friend Courtenay , who happens to have twins of her own! You can find her on twitter at @IaSoupMama. Please be … Continue reading
Please welcome Kir, who is finally a wife after decades of dating, a mommy to twins after years of battling infertility and a writer after filling a mountain of notebooks with her stories. She gives a voice to infertility, fibromyalgia and … Continue reading
I couldn’t resist linking up with Shell of Things I Can’t Say for this meme about babies. It’s no secret that we struggled with infertility and it took lots of Clomid, IUI, and finally two rounds of IVF before we … Continue reading
I’m a devoted fan of the Showtime series The United States of Tara starring Toni Collette, one of my favorite actresses. If you haven’t seen it, you should check it out. Coincidentally, it’s set here in Overland Park, Kansas. Like … Continue reading
1.) Believe you cannot get pregnant without in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, or any variety of drug cocktails. Because after all, you have PCOS, so you never ovulate. 2.) Take birth control pills. 3.) Take a pill late; double up the next day. … Continue reading
It’s a chilly March morning in 2005 as I wait for you to become mine. Overland Park Regional’s exam room is so cold that my teeth won’t stop chattering and the hair on my arms stands straight up, a forest of fuzz. Shivering in only a scratchy short-sleeved hospital … Continue reading
It’s been a long time as I’ve been too intimidated. But today I’m nervously linking up again with the Red Dress Blog. My assignment: write a piece (fiction or non-fiction) inspired by a song. It can be any song of your choosing. If … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about all the moms out there who aren’t yet moms, but who are desperate to be. They are moms in their minds, but not in the official sense. These women have been suffering through fertility treatments, … Continue reading