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Today, is the second day of the National Infertility Awareness Week and I'm here, as living proof that infertility isn't forever.  I'm living proof that with the right mix of chemicals, patients, love, support, and guidance... Infertility could be overcome.

We didn't have a fun ride getting here, but being here has been a joy.  The thought that our little Sprout will be joining us in just under 2 months, is absolutely dreamy.  I mean, for 4 years, we begged, pleated, tested, tried and nothing gave.  Finally, after some serious desperation, I gave in and tried something I had read about online and it worked.  There were several pieces that came into play, but basically it all stemmed from information I read about online.

And it worked!

And then we lost our pregnancy with Spud.

We had a D&C.  We were rocked, but we weren't going to give up.

Sure that was a crappy hand to play after everything we had been through, but we stuck together and got through it.

And then we tried it again and it worked again!  This time with Sprout!

Being just about 6 weeks away from our miracle, is really something else.  It's a feeling that I just cannot explain and the idea that I can feel him move daily, just warms my heart.  Soon, he'll be moving and growing right before our very eyes and I just am overjoyed for thoat moments.

Our miracle, due June 4th.

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M said…
I can't wait to meet this little guy!

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