There isn’t a more exciting and yet terrifying day for a mother of preemies than the day you finally get to take your babies home! Trembling, I promised my girls on those two fateful days—yes, I made separate promises to each girl—that I would be the mother she needed me to be (Good thing too Read More →

Breastfeeding, despite my personal challenges, provided unexpected, unequivocal joy! Picture after picture bears this out. I may always look exhausted, but always in every picture, I am utterly and madly in love. I still remember the first few times I breastfed my girls. My breasts were full of milk and my heart ached to nourish Read More →

I still remember the day the embryos were implanted in my uterus. I remember being in the hotel room where we staying picking up a book about pregnancy and reaching a chapter about all that could go wrong! My blood chilled at the horrors described. I was frantic, in a total panic, and wanted to Read More →

Not me! I was certain it was not a road I ever wanted to travel. Doctors had made me aware that I would probably be infertile due to Endometriosis since the age of fifteen, so it wasn’t as though I had a problem adjusting to the idea by the time I began thinking of children. Read More →