Sometimes its so easy getting caught up the TTC game that we forget who we really are. Were women, but not just any women were strong, and hopeful women. Women who know what its like to suffer, to loose, and to have hopes and dreams. Were wives, daughters, sisters, aunts, friends, and mothers. It doesnt matter how long our roads have been, or how rough, because this road has brought us to the place we are now. What I mean by this is that life may not always make sense, that we may not always understand everything but at some point in the future all of us will look back and realize that were stronger in our marriages, our lives, our faith, and ourselves because weve been here. I know that some people dont believe in God, or dont have faith that things will work out but as bad as it may sound weve all been there. Weve all asked why? Weve all wondered about what should have been. I believe that its something we have to go through in life. Our lives are already mapped out for us, a book of many pages. Our infertility is just a chapter in our lives. We may not know what tomorrow holds but we should make the most of today. I believe that whether our infertility lasts days, weeks, or even years that we should always remember that our infertility doesnt make us or break us it helps us to understand the women that weve become, the women that we will be. God bless!
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