This blog started life as the diary of a woman, who against all odds, finds herself expecting her first baby. Sadly, she went on to have two more miscarriages and is now working on re-creating her miracle.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Stephanie Hansen
    Mar 04, 2012 @ 02:40:21

    My name is stephanie. I have Antiphospholipid Syndrome.
    I am also on heparin injections.

    I would love to get in contact with you, if you dont mind.

    email me; st3ph@hotmail.com.au 🙂


  2. k. boers
    Apr 01, 2012 @ 18:55:33

    I enjoyed reading your article, especially about what to say to someone when they are feeling down. I, too am on the roller coaster of infertility. My first IUI failed (We are using donor sperm) and I feel a sense of loss.
    I don’t have much faith in IUI’s & was wondering if IVF is the way to go. Would love to keep in touch, if you would like.


  3. Sunny
    May 04, 2012 @ 14:10:52


    Have just started following your blog, attracted by the similarity in their names 🙂

    I just read your “Black Dog” post and I just want to say that deciding to stop ttc takes just as much courage as deciding to go ahead with treatment. At least when you ttc, there is some hope. When you “step off that ride” you have to finally confront your biggest fears, that you may actually never be a mum. And its a sad and lonely place. I feel your pain and secretly feel that I may be there soon.

    Sending you a hug and hope you are feeling better since that post was written. Sorry I haven’t yet managed to read anymore of your blog yet but hope to catch up soon.


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