Today (15th October) is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness day. Its a time to remember all those Angels born sleeping, or never made it to their mothers arms, or did so but never made it out of hospital or worse still made it all the way home only to pass away at a later stage. Grief like this hits everyone. You don't have to be an Angel parent to participate. Baby loss is such a taboo issue with not many speaking of it, yet it happens to so many people. At 7 pm tonight all over the world people will be lighting a candle creating a wave of light for 1 hour to remember the Angels by. I'll be lighting mine in remembrance of my lil baby i lost in April 2011 JJ. Will you light one too??
So I was reading the daily mail on line as I usually do while tea is away cooking in the oven etc, when I came across an article "Think you are ready to have children?". It intrigued me even though I am already a mom to a 9 yr old going on 29 and a step mom to an 11 yr old, however with the great wish to have at least 4 more children (if and when my body will snap out of its sulking mode) I decided to read on. Fair to say I was laughing out loud the whole time. The way its worded, the things they ask.........Yes its a fair question to ask. My response????? Hell yeah bring it all on!!
Why not take a look for yourself? What do you think?
(I must mention, this was found on a blogging sight and shown to the daily mail. Recently posted on Mamami by Chet. Test 1: Preparation Women: To prepare for pregnancy 1. Put on a dressing gown and stick a beanbag down the front. 2. Leave it there. 3. After 9 months remove 5% of the beans. Men: To prepare for children 1. Go to a local chemist, tip t…
The road of IVF So 2017 brought us our first round of ivf.
It's a surreal experience to say the least.Such a roller coaster of emotions, one minute your up and then next your sat there crying at an advert because the girl on it made cupcakes to say sorry! It's a process that challenge your fears, opens your eyes and makes you see things in a whole different perspective. We started with our initial meeting where we spent an hour signing all our paperwork. This was basically to give permission on what would happen with our eggs that didn't quite become good enough, permission to freeze some if any were viable. To even transfer and etc, it all had to be signed for.
Also to use the embryos should my husband die. This includes counselling.So with that we had bloods and a scan done too, then it was just a case of waiting for 1st day of cycle to begin. Drugs were delivered.
My big white box of little miracles.Cycle day one came....another scan and an injection teach.
It took a deep b…