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I dealt with infertility for 6 years before having my first child. I started documented my fertility journey two years into us trying to conceive (ttc). I started writing blogs about what I was going through. I also created a show called Becoming Mommy to share my journey with other women in the same boat.
I’m a planner so when life doesn’t go my way I become anxious and annoyed. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for about 2.5 years now. When it hit the 2 year mark of trying to conceive we decided to go in for fertility treatments. Continue Reading
“Happy Mother’s Day”, three words that made me cry hysterically last year. Last year mother’s day was rough for me. My emotions were all over the place. I went from being happy to sad then from sad to happy. I honestly cried off and on the whole day. Continue Reading
Remaining hopeful while trying to conceive is tough. I will not lie about that, but having hope is still possible... Continue Reading
Tears rolled down my face as I envisioned a bassinet that will one day be filled. My husband and I have been on this fertility journey for 5 years now. I started vlogging my experience with fertility. This whole process isn’t something I would ever wish on my myself. I do know that there are …Continue reading
I wrote a blog about how I feel on Mother’s Day four years ago called Mothers Day Bliss and Mother’s Day Sorrow. I got such a great response from it but I decided to continue to share my fertility journey. Waiting for a child has been a rollercoaster of emotions from highs and lows, faith...Continue Reading
I also created a show called Becoming Mommy to share my journey with other women in the same boat.
This journey isn’t easy. This series has joy, tears, and comedy all wrapped up into one giant rollercoaster of emotions. If you’re going through this know you’re not alone. We will get through this together. 💕
This is my journey documenting treatments, appointments and all emotions in between.
With the world in a pandemic, I stopped treatments to focus on my mental health and my marriage. My husband and I receive some shocking news.