Monthly Archives: August 2010

Happy thoughts

Been cruising around the photos of families with new babies home from DRC and the daddy and baby ones are too cute.¬† I can’t share pictures but the thought of Dan holding a little baby passed out on his chest … Continue reading

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Interesting stats

Since I’m starting a statistics class ūüôā¬† let’s explore some other stats.¬† So I passed 24¬†electronically charted cycles, officially putting me/us into another bracket.¬† 17.3% of women in my age group experience infertility¬†including miscarriages and unmarried women, 11% experience infertility … Continue reading

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The Myth

In therapy yesterday I realized something unpleasant.¬† I blame myself to some degree for our infertility.¬† Like my lifestyle, eating habits, something I did that caused this.¬† There’s the big myth out there that we have control over our fertility.¬† … Continue reading

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Our tea luncheon

We made a new friend through the article in the Flyer.¬† Kay, who generously invited us to her house to have a tea luncheon and brainstorm fundraising ideas. Kay by the tea table Her home and backyard was beautiful, I … Continue reading

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Current reading material

Just bought today.¬† I was reading around online about the connection between sugar and depression, and also infertility as it turns out.¬† So I went book shopping and half price didn’t have what I was looking for so I had … Continue reading

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House update

Things are looking up on the house selling front.¬† Perhaps some powerful intercessor prayed?¬† ūüôā¬† Three showings in 3 days, and the first 2 (3rd is later tonight) are asking for more details with disclosures and whatnot, so basically very … Continue reading

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Crazy Love Challenge

If you’re here from Linny’s¬†blog, check out Our Journey so far links in the sidebar.¬† We’ve come to adoption through infertility, like many others.¬† And like many others, finances are the biggest hangup with our adoption.¬† We’re almost ready to … Continue reading

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