Category: Delayed Fertility

The Day I Kept Knitting

I really love to craft. Over the years I have dabbled in a lot of different crafts. I have painted, scrap-booked, made cards, stamped, attempted to sew and so many other things. While I try a lot of different crafts, I always go back to knitting. Over the years, I have knitted countless blankets, scarfs ...

Stop Waiting for Your Miracle

I have a very demanding job, and sometimes I just need to turn my brain off. I am blessed to be able to run home most days for lunch and sometimes I just like to watch mindless TV to give my mind a break. A couple weeks ago, I sat down for lunch and opened ...

Hope for the Morning

On December 23, four men who were snowmobiling in Wyoming went missing. The group got lost in whiteout conditions and rough terrain. The men were reported lost after they did not check out of their hotel. After three days, crews were able to rescue the four by snow-shoeing in after spotting them from a helicopter ...

He Matters Too

I have been thinking about what I wanted to say about Father's Day for nearly a month. After years of struggling with delayed fertility, I find Father's Day harder to face than Mother's Day.  In the midst of the hard feelings, I do have so much to celebrate on this day. I have been a ...

Mamahood Stories – A Hopeful Mama

My friend Myriah is a missionary teacher who is raising her adopted daughter overseas. She has a huge heart for the Lord, and shares her story over at Plans to Prosper Us. Last week I was honored to share my story on my friend Myriah's blog as part of a series written by several mothers. You ...