Category Archives: balanced translocation

rearing its ugly head

Something happened last night that hasn’t happened in quite a while. A couple of years, really. Infertility reared its ugly head. I’ve always believed that infertility would play some sort of ongoing role in my life. While I do believe … Continue reading

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communicating about pregnancy loss

I’ve made countless wonderful friends and connections through this blog. I will say it time and time again: I am so thankful for the people I’ve met. So thankful. One of the people I’ve met through the blog is Kate. … Continue reading

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may 15

Today we could be celebrating our first child’s first birthday. May 15, 2008 was our first due date. We viewed that first pregnancy as a miracle, since it took us two years to get pregnant and we had conceived naturally … Continue reading

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connections

Just a quick post today to note that I am so glad to be hearing from many new readers this week! There is definitely comfort in knowing that you are not the only person in the world going through something. … Continue reading

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nothing new to report

Thank you to those who have offered words of support. It means a lot to me. I know that nobody knows what to say. It’s not like there are greeting cards for these occasions. I don’t really have anything new … Continue reading

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