Walk of Hope 2014 Wrap-Up

It was gray and drizzling at 7 AM when we loaded up the car to head down to National Harbor for this year’s Walk of Hope. Gibson quickly became angry in the car seat and let us know for the … Continue reading

The Walk of Hope- June 21, 2014

Okay. Wow. This post was supposed to be about how The Man and I will be participating in the Walk of Hope again this year and how you can help. And it still is. But the thing is… we already … Continue reading

Birthday Blog Post: Babies & Margaritas

So it’s 4:14 AM on my birthday. I just fed the baby and then tip-toed away to write this up for you guys. I’m 32 today! Break out the noisemakers and streamers! Comparing my last birthday to this one…there’s no … Continue reading

National Infertility Awareness Week 2014

A year ago, I wrote about National Infertility Awareness Week and how it falls the same week as my birthday. And, of course, that’s the case this year as well. I thought about callingĀ up the good folks at RESOLVEĀ and asking … Continue reading

Two Years is a Long Time… But It Could Have Been Longer

On Tuesday I made my little announcement about finally getting pregnant. And a few hours later, I was reminded that it’s been a much longer struggle for so many other women. I know how much I’ve longed and despaired in … Continue reading

If You Want Something Done, Ask a Lesbian

Alternately, you could call this post: “I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends.” And I’ll tell you why a little further down. Allow me to set the scene. It was June of this year. We were doing … Continue reading

My Newest Guilty Pleasure

…is watching YouTube videos of pregnant women dancing to help induce labor. I just….I just can’t look away. And this one is just damn impressive. I’m noticing that the most common songs are either incredibly popular fad songs like “Harlem … Continue reading

Back to School Time Again

I know it’s a huge headache for those in the thick of it, but I’ve always enjoyed people watching at stores like Target and Wal-Mart when parents take their kids back to school shopping. All those years ago back when … Continue reading

How I’ve Spent 29% of My Life- My 9 Year Anniversary

Nine years out of a 31 year lifespan is 29 percent and some change. I’ve spent almost one-third of my life with my husband. More than that if you count the two years of dating first. Which would make it … Continue reading