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A Heavy Burden: My Journey with Fertility/Infertility (Part Two)

In my last post, I mentioned I’m reading a book by Glahn and Cutrer, titled When Empty Arms Become a Heavy Burden. If you haven’t read Part One, I encourage you to check it out below or… 522 more words

Baby

14th May 2014

My dearest Bubsy

I thought I had lost you on the 24th April, it was a hard week to accept that you weren’t coming into our lives yet. 284 more words

Children

Baby Making Woes

I realize I am all over the place. For that I am sorry. But like I said, catharsis! 

Today I got to thinking about my baby making drama and how I am stalling that process like crazy. 2,018 more words

Life off the mat

“Yoga allows you to rediscover a sense of wholeness in your life,

where you do not feel like you are constantly trying to fit broken pieces together.” 666 more words

Yoga

Speaking About The Unspeakable

In an era that almost demands that you share everything from minutiae to the deeply intimate it’s one of the only things you aren’t supposed to say: 1,408 more words

Making positives in negative spaces

This has been a post that I have been debating about writing for the past year. Its one of those things that will always have a place in my mind and my heart, and I guess it has taken this long for me to realize that maybe there is someone out there who might need to hear my story. 1,634 more words

Marriage

A Heavy Burden: My Journey with Fertility/Infertility (Part One)

I’ve vowed never to write a blog post with “Part One” in the title; however, some stories are too long to be told in one post. 1,780 more words

Pregnancy