I never thought I would have two miscarriages and no baby at the age of 32. I didn't think lightening would strike twice but it did. Since the age of 18 I had been told my PCOS would make it difficult to have children. It was pounded into me at each yearly check up and I was … Continue reading The Hardest Part Of An Early Miscarriage
They say that your first year of marriage is the most difficult. But I'll be the first to promote marriage. It's by far the most exciting adventure of self awareness and love I have ever been on. The first year of marriage is fun and exciting. Everything has it's 'first'. The first time someone calls you "Mrs." … Continue reading A Happy New Year!
Unfortunately, I have been in the position to receive many condolences. In the past year, I have lost my papa, my husband’s grandfather and our first-born child. Only until now, do I realize I have been guilty of ‘what not to say’ to those grieving. So let’s just say I have been inspired by my … Continue reading What you should and should not say to someone who miscarried
How do you tell your friend that miscarried her child, you are expecting your own child? Very carefully. As Elmer Fudd says: “BE VE-WW-WY, VE-WW-WY CAREFUL”. I felt inclined to write this after my best friend recently told me she was pregnant. It was the THIRD pregnancy announcement since we lost our son on March 30th. Alert the presses: pregnancy seems … Continue reading How To Tell A Friend Who Miscarried, You Are Pregnant
What I want on Mother's Day is to be treated like the Mother that I am. Because just like you... I missed and peed on my hand multiple times when taking pregnancy tests. I cried with excitement and fear when I found out I was pregnant. I threw up and cursed tuna sandwiches. My face broke … Continue reading What I Want On Mother’s Day