I am 35 years old, living with stage IV Endometriosis, possibly adenomyosis and struggled with infertility for almost 4 years. I also struggled with PPD and now struggle with PMDD. I am a mother to a son that was born at 18 weeks and too precious for this earth; and now a mother to a son born in August 2011. By journaling here, I hope to benefit both for myself and for others that are dealing with this disease and fertility struggles. Thanks for visiting!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Pregnancy between infertility friends

Hey everyone.  Sorry I've been MIA lately.  Life is hectic, but, that's a positive thing.  I will be 32 weeks this week.  I still cannot believe it.  Loving every second of it, even when I am not loving it.  I remember daily how blessed we are and I am SO thankful to be this far.  Countdown has begun.  I'm feeling less scared and know that if my baby comes today he has so many options and so many chances.  Still, I'd like him to stay put for at least another 5 weeks.  Stay put little guy!!!
A friend forwarded me this article today, and, I wanted to share.


Marianne said...

Yay for 32 weeks!

One perfect emby said...

You are so sweet to constantly acknowledge how blessed you are..I think in particularly women who suffer infertility feel this way whole way through pregnancy I know I will..I bless every day now undergoing IVF and greatful for medical science to help

Thanks for popping in and saying hi and congrats on 31 wks you are on home run lol

That article was excellent it actually refers to my sister and I at current who she suffers IF as well but does not want to do IVF and now since I have had my emby transferred she has kept in touch but I feel like a barrier has been put up however we are sisters and our bond is so strong it will never tear us apart I thnk we just need a little space for now...especially in TWW

BB said...

Kind of lost track of your blog in my journey with you, but glad to be back at it. I am so happy to see you in your 30's. Wishing you a happy and healthy remainder of the pregnancy!

Anonymous said...

Oh I'm so very glad to read this update and know that you've reached 32 weeks and all is going well :) Take care over the coming weeks, I'll be thinking of you xx

Kendra said...

I was just diagnosed with endometriosis and stumbled upon your blog today..thank you for sharing your journey. I hope to become pregnant someday. I always wondered why I never was able to get pregnant all these years and now at 30 I have some answers. I wish you all the luck with your little miracle...you are in my thoughts and prayers...God bless