Music I’ve heard at the fertility center while preparing for ultrasounds over the past few weeks: We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off by Jermaine Stewart ;If You Want My Body by Rod Stewart. Here’s some other updates of where we are so far.
My mom always says, “You have to have yourself in order, even if nothing is moving forward, because when God finally says “Go”, it’s gonna move SO fast, you have to be ready.” She’s right, you know. We’re FINALLY moving forward with our IVF.
A new doc. A new perspective. A new hope.
For the record, I never really talk to people about my hall closet. For all of my advocacy, and as much as I’m open about infertility and what it has meant in my life, I very rarely have told people about the things behind that door. Until today.
We’ve all had our fair share. Today’s #NIAW post is a tongue-in-cheek look behind the door of one of the most dreaded by-products of infertility; Advice.
The following is an anonymous submission for The Egg’s 2015 National Infertility Awareness Week Blog Project, #BehindClosedDoors. Most people assume that this is all about babies. Not many people stop to think about what takes place after the babies are born. Does the doubt ever go away? The fear? Not for many.
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