Perhaps, He Walked It First
Five years ago this time we were in our first, and what we thought would be our only, two week wait. I only did the math because Facebook reminded me via the On This Day reminder the other day, as five years
They See Us
When we are fighting, what at times feels like a losing battle, to have babies we often find being around children too difficult. We find it so difficult that many of us cut them completely out of our lives.
And the Soul Felt Its Worth
My worth is not in children by my side, in being called mom or being seen as someone who matters by society. My worth is in Him and what better time of year than now to remember that.
A Bare Tree and an Aching Heart
The glasswing ,well and the monarch, are my mascots. Spirit animals? Whatever, their existence helps me to survive my own.
A Community of Never Enough Mothers?
Women who are all mothers, not in your traditional sense of the word of 2.5 children in the family picture, but mothers still.
The Bounce House
A germ infested warehouse filled with bigger-than-life rainbow colored bounce houses, and we have the place to ourselves! Stomach-dropping fun for every child, a place of refuge for their tired parents, and a place of nightmares for most infertile
3 Years, 302 Posts
3 years. 302 posts. Over 126,000 views and 65,000 visitors
Cash Made Dreams: When Making a Baby is More About Filling Pockets Than Filling Homes
You know how much I believe in the healthy messages in and after the infertility journey; my messages like loss is loss, enoughs and everything, more than our numbers and the complicated gray. My advocacy work continues to struggle to get much footing, it seems
The Grief of What Could Have Been – Pregnancy and Infant Loss
Ever Upward Footprints Blog Tour: National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month 2016
To the Invisible Mom Crying in Church
It is that time of year that every week on our way to church we will pass the biggest and most popular pumpkin patch in St. Louis. I will look to my right every single week for about six weeks