Obligatory year in Review 2017

Before writing this, I re-read my post from 2016. In general, it said that the beginning of 2016 was the worst of our lives between the infertility and my miscarriage, but that the end of 2016 was wonderful because I was pregnant with our rainbow. I went into 2017 thinking it would be the best … Continue reading Obligatory year in Review 2017


Can we catch a break?!

My hope since losing Asher, was that I would be pregnant by his first birthday. The idea of that date is one that fills me with such sadness. It will be marking the fact that an entire year has passed since my son was born, silent and still. Being pregnant by his first birthday, would … Continue reading Can we catch a break?!

Back at it

I started this blog when my life only consisted of struggling with infertility.  I was tired of people’s insensitive comments about our struggle ( “just relax”, “be patient”, “enjoy it”) and I needed a venue to share my thoughts with others.  I needed my feelings about infertility to be shared with those who haven’t experienced … Continue reading Back at it

Five Year Anniversary- Open letter to Hubby

Today is our 5 year anniversary.  We celebrated the milestone by going away lastweekend to the beach.  Originally we didn’t plan on going anywhere because we were supposed to have a newborn, but things changed and we decided we deserved the time away.  Asher was never far from our thoughts and reminders of him were … Continue reading Five Year Anniversary- Open letter to Hubby

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The Christmas season is my absolute favorite time of year.  I love the music, decorations, and my family’s Christmas traditions.  Even though it is my favorite time of year, I do not rush it.  I am one of those people who are very strict about when to start celebrating.  I refuse to decorate or listen … Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year


For those who don’t know, October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss (PAIL) Awareness Month. This month was designated in 1988 by President Ronald Reagan.  October 15 is PAIL Remembrance Day. On this day, people observe the Wave of Light. People are encouraged to light a candle at 7:00pm (in their respective time zones) and let … Continue reading NATIONAL PREGNANCY AND INFANT LOSS AWARENESS MONTH