Lovelies, Infertility is what is known as an “invisible disease”. Invisible in that it does not announce itself loudly to a room when I enter. If my head is bald- you assume cancer. If I’m in a wheelchair- you assume
Hey Lovelies, It has appeared again, Canadian Infertility Awareness Week (CIAW) is upon us! When all of us in the Great White North pause in our busy schedules to think about the 1 in 6 Canadians who are affected by
Hey Lovelies, A friend sparked the idea for this post the other day. We were discussing her reaction to a post I did for CIAW on Fertility Matters website. I urge you to read it, if you haven’t already, but
*Trigger Warning: This post may give you all of the feels. That’s actually the point. I encourage you to read it even though it briefly mentions my relationship with my son. Be well* Hey Lovelies, The other morning I had
Hey Lovelies, Last Thursday marked the start of Canadian Infertility Awareness Week (CIAW). Not unlike the awareness week that just happened in the states, this is when we, in the Great White North, turn our thoughts to all matters infertility.
Hello Lovelies, My apologies for some technical difficulties getting this post up on time today. Working mainly from home is great, except when the internet goes down, cause then you’re the tech guy. But whatever glitch there was in the
Hello Lovelies, I am 1 in 6. I am infertile. –Today begins Canadian Infertility Awareness Week (CIAW)! I know I already did a post during USA NIAW but it’s important for me to cover this again because: 1. I AM