The first one was in honor of Infertility Awareness Month. Here is a piece of it:
I am one in eight.
One out of every eight couples struggles with infertility. We are one of those one-in-eights. You wouldn’t necessarily know it from looking at me or my home because my life revolves around taking care of our two children, homeschooling, shuttling them to various activities, and loving them to the moon and back.
But you might know it if you saw me in tears two days ago because I miss Naomi, my would-have-been-six-year-old-daughter. Or because I know I should be planning a first birthday party this week for our baby Hope. Or because our anniversary in June is also the sixth anniversary of the due date for our baby Kyria. Or because I heard the name “Jordan” somewhere, or because someone I know is due to give birth this August, when our Christmas baby would have been celebrating his first birthday.
You might know it if you saw me cry because I once again had a negative pregnancy test.
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Mother’s Day. It’s the day we dread when we are missing our babies in Heaven, the day we anticipate for weeks and make plans to avoid and breathe a sigh of relief when we have gotten through it once more.
And then, we get pregnant with a baby that lives, and everything is all better, including Mother’s Day, right?
Not so fast.
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