Tag Archives: #pregnant

It is 2015, right?

It is 2015, right? I ask this because, in the world of trying to conceive (TTC) and pregnancy, I have read a LOT of books and websites since we started trying to have a baby three (wow, three) years ago. … Continue reading

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It still hurts

15 months, and it still hurts. There are several other two-mama couples at our church. Two have babies under a year old. An acquaintance is coming into town this week. She’s pregnant with her second child. Friends are visiting this weekend. … Continue reading

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Good news times two!

I have some exciting news! But first, you must promise me you won’t go to the links in exciting news part one until you read exciting news part two. But read them in order and don’t scroll down! Promise? Really promise? … Continue reading

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Hope is brave

For those of you babyloss mamas who are pregnant after loss or contemplating becoming pregnant after loss, take a minute to read this post over at Still Standing. You are so brave. You have so much love. You deserve the … Continue reading

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What I WANT

I’m having a selfish moment; please indulge me. Right now, I really, really, really want to be pregnant. Sigh. My childhood friend’s little sister is pregnant, 18 weeks. She’s having complications, and I do feel for her. She is a … Continue reading

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Forget the future

This morning I awoke at 5 a.m. due to a massive rainstorm, and sprang out of bed because I remembered we had left the living room bay windows open. This is only a problem if it’s rainy and windy, but … Continue reading

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Reckless

Over the past month, K and I have been preparing to start trying to conceive again. During that process, we’ve had to balance a lot of “what ifs” and medical advice. The simple fact is, no one knows why I … Continue reading

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