Category: Delayed Fertility

Something New

In early 2015, the hormonal disease I struggle with, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), had gotten out of control. I was experiencing debilitating symptoms that were affecting my quality of life. I was desperate for something to change so I could be "normal" again. In early 2016, I found an OB who specializes in hormone health. I will ...

What I Want You to Know About October

In 1988, President Ronald Regan proclaimed October as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. A month to bring awareness to the amount of people who are affected by miscarriage, stillbirth and the death of an infant. Taking this a step further, October 15 is Infant Loss Remembrance Day. It's a day where families who have lost babies light ...

Front Page Talent

About two and a half years ago, I felt like God told me to start buying baby clothes. I honestly thought I had lost my mind. I had to be mishearing. We weren't pregnant. As a matter of fact, I was having some health issues that made it hard to imagine I would ever be pregnant again. I ...

I am NOT an Island

Last week I posted my thoughts about being lonely at different points in my life. You can read more here. I firmly believe there is a season for everything and that God can use loneliness for a purpose. However, I really struggled about whether or not I should post a blog about loneliness. While I do believe ...

A Season for Everything

In ten years of marriage, Dan and I have faced loneliness a few different times. The day after we got married we moved to Nebraska so that I could finish my degree. Dan's family was a half hour away, but we didn't know anyone else. We loved spending time with each other, but we missed ...