Monday, March 21, 2011

My first IComLeavWe!

Welcome to anyone stopping by from IComLeavWe!  If you're new to my blog, well, so am I.  I just started blogging a few weeks ago and am still getting my feet wet.  I started thinking about starting a blog long ago when we were in the midst of our infertility treatments.  Now, about 2 years later, I'm a SAH mama to a beautiful 10 month baby girl (Bean) and am in love with my ordinary life.  I am still dealing with how much infertility changed my life and myself, and the knowledge that we may be back on that road again sooner then later.  I'm also struggling to find my place in a world where I don't feel like a fertile or infertile anymore.  So stick around (and let me know you were here!).  Right now I've been flushing through the past, but I'm ready to look toward the future.


  1. I hope you find that you love ICLW as much as I do.

    I can totally relate to struggling to deal with how much infertility changes you. I feel like a lot of people in "real" life think that I should just be over it now, since we got the baby we wanted so badly. They don't understand that it leaves scars that will never full fade away.

    It sounds like you're using your blog for a similar purpose I am. I've recently embarked on a journey of trying to use my blog to work through the past and start looking towards the future.

  2. It is amazing how quickly your blog will become your other right hand. I never knew in the beginning that my blog would mean so much to me. Now that you are toying with the idea of TTC again, you will find some amazing ladies to support you. Ones that understand your highs and lows and have walked in your shoes.

    ICLW 149

  3. wow, your post totally hit home with me. I am a Mom and only recently started to think about how much this has changed me and my views. I know that this journey has made me a much better mom than what I would have been otherwise. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  4. Hi there!

    I am here from the ICLW. My name is Kim and I am the editor of The Ladies in Waiting Book Club.

    Blogging can be such a saving grace... glad to see you started. It's SO therapeutic. Congratulations on Baby Bean. ;o)