Category: Delayed Fertility

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.Β  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 atΒ 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 ...

1 in 8 Go Through Infertility. These are our Stories

To close National Infertility Awareness Week, I was honored to join other brave women and share my story on friend Caroline's blog. As I read this post, I was overcome by how good the Lord is. Each story shared is different, however there is so much hope to be found in between the lines.Β  I ...

The Lies of Infertility

This week is National Infertility Awareness week. The facts of who is affected by infertility is truly staggering. According to resolve.org: 1 in 8 couples (or 12% of married women) have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. 7.4 million women (or 11.9%) have ever received any infertility services in their lifetime. Approximately one-third of ...

No More Nevers

In our journey to become parents, Dan and I have heard a lot of negative things: Getting pregnant will be hard. PCOS will wreak havoc on your body forever. You will never get pregnant without fertility drugs. Your chances of having another ectopic pregnancy are high. Couples who lose children, have hard marriages. The list ...