Category Archives: Infertility Journey

He Settles the Barren Woman…

October was pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. I tried several times to sit down and write and didn’t have any words. Feelings are so hard to express sometimes. I have nothing tangible, no evidence of my loss. For years I was afraid to be content. Afraid that if I was, that meant I was…

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What To Say To Your Friend Struggling With Infertility

I’ve had so many woman ask me what they are to say to their friend who is struggling with infertility when they have children of their own. First, every time I get an email like this I am so encouraged. It’s a true friends to reaches out to a complete stranger to try and understand…

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Understanding Infertility

Infertility. It’s a subject that makes people feel awkward and is just so personal that we don’t talk about it much. A few years into waiting for a baby I started searching the internet for other woman who struggled with the same thing. Most of the stories I found were woman who talked about it…

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Seasons of Waiting -Part I

I’m convinced waiting is one of the hardest things in life. Right now I’m going through several areas of waiting. It is so easy to get consumed with whatever I am waiting for and miss the wonderful moments this very season of life holds for me. I loose site of the big picture and in…

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Celebrating Mother’s Day…when my arms are empty

“Weep with those who weep.” Growing up I heard this verse many times. I was taught to care for people and love them during the hard times. But life and experiences have a way of showing me I have so much more to learn. I long to not just feel bad but to truly empathize….

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