*Trigger Warning: Discussion of hope during infertility treatments that the procedure will result in a child. I know this isn’t always the case but it is the premise of the gala I’m supporting and discussing here. Also, photos of my
Hey there Lovelies, So, the time has come, this week I go back to lecturing about infertility. You might remember that last year I started giving University lectures related to infertility and I was invited back to do so again.
Hey all you Lovelies! Short little micro today, just getting back from vacation and need to do some general housekeeping on the blog. 1st: I desperately need more squawk box posts! I love the days that I get to share
Hello Lovelies, This week is National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) in the United States. Although I’m not from, nor do I reside in, the states I decided to partake. Why? Because it is needed. There are too many infertile people
Hello lovelies! Man-oh-man was last week awesome! I gave four talks to universities in Edmonton, AB and reached 500 students. It was an amazing experience and I felt blessed and liberated to be able to do it. I have been
Hello Lovelies, I’ve been working hard the last few weeks advocating for infertility and all the wonderful women who choose not to be as vocal about their path. Some of us don’t want to be “the voice of infertility”. I