When we returned from our family trip to California, it was time to begin the IVF process. (You can read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 if you'd like to read the struggles and journey to this big decision!)
Once we decided to take the IVF route, I felt a weight lifted off of my shoulders. I knew it would be emotional and difficult at times, but I wasn't going to be alone. My husband, John, was fully on board and we had close family and friends who prayed for us every step of the way.
Finding gifts for our special family, friends, co-workers, clients, etc. can be difficult! I always try to pay close attention to what others are going through and what could help them be mindful and slow down.
I also understand that the holiday season is meant to feel magical, but sometimes ends up just being super overwhelming.
Being a highly sensitive + naturally anxious woman, I can relate all too well...
All of that grief worsened when my period came. It was such an intense time in my life that really affected me moving forward. I remember crying myself to sleep quite a few times because of the heartache I felt and not knowing what to do. I really tried to trust and understand that there was a plan and I couldn’t control it all. But that wasn’t always easy.
Being diagnosed with SIBO, going through grief and fertility treatments.
I have written this blog post in my head over and over and feel it's finally time to put it into words to share....
My mission is to give women hope through anxiety so they can find peace and purpose within. I feel it is important for me to share about my own personal struggles because life is full of ups and downs. It’s super helpful to know you’re not alone during difficult times.
Did you know that 1 in 8 couples struggle to get/stay pregnant? I didn’t until my husband/high school sweetheart and I became one of thos...