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This is us, The Three Musketeers as Thing 1 calls us.

Considering what a disaster this holiday has turned out the boys have been really patient and understanding. 54 more words

To Live Would Be An Awfully Big Adventure ©

The below poem/song is one I wrote when I found out that I had a miscarriage. It was a horrible time for me to go through. 239 more words

Why My Numbers Matter

A while ago, Justine, another blogger (I really enjoy her writing, and highly recommend others check out her blog) wrote about our numbers – our numbers as members of the infertility world. 756 more words


Not My Day

Six days ago an airplane with 298 people on board crashed in Eastern Ukraine killing many fellow nationals. Doubtless a huge tragedy for many people, but as I get older I am less and less a participant in collective mourning. 175 more words


Numb and Clueless

Decidual bleeding.
I had no idea this even existed. I knew about spotting and I knew about implantation bleeding (a bit more than spotting and happens at a specific time in the pregnancy, weeks 3/4 if I remember correctly), but I did NOT know about decidual bleeding. 402 more words


Shpilkes, meaning a state of impatience or agitation, is a Yiddish term that adequately sums up my feelings. I have fully accepted that I am going to be on shpilkes until our anomaly scan. 112 more words


Stay stress free during pregnancy

Pregnant women living under sustained stress are at an increased risk of miscarriage, a study has revealed.

During stress, the brain releases several hormones – including corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH). 18 more words

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