Project Baby Fixit

06 July 2013





18 comments:

  1. Wow, we are a lot alike! I'm totally blog stalking you right now! Ha! I know you must dislike when everyone says- don't worry, it will happen when God wants it to. Because I did! So I won't say that. I will say to stay strong and keep your morale up- even when you don't want to. My story is a little different, found out through surgery, at age 20 I have Stage 5 Endometriosis and through all the pain, at 26 made the hardest decision- to have a total hysterectomy. Infertility is very difficult for 20 something married ladies, but just keep your head up and know there are plenty of others, me included, that are here for you!

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  2. Wow... This just brings tears to my eyes. I know and understand this struggle so very well. BUT, The Lord is so close to us... He is guiding us and speaking to us constantly... I've learned that I must listen way more than talk. So blessed by your openness and courage! Hold on to the HOPE that we have in Him! :))))

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  3. Charity -
    Please know that my heart goes out to your and your husband. I will be praying for you! And even though I don't know what this struggle is like, I am always here if you need anything and to give love and support. xo
    P.S. It was very brave of you to put this out there. I am sure you are helping so many women by sharing your story.

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  4. Hi Charity, I just found your blog from In Due Time and I am now following you! I am so sorry you have been struggling for so long, no one should have to go through all this. I'm glad you decided to share you story with us, because now you have a community of women to support you.

    I am excited to follow along on your journey and get to know you :)

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  5. What a journey you have had so far! Praying for you guys and looking forward to following your journey! So glad you share your story with us at In Due Time.

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  6. Wow. Thank you for sharing this.
    It is so apparent to me that God is at work in this somewhere.
    Don't you hate when you can't see how!?

    Pssssh, girl I know I am preaching to the choir.
    Praying for your fertility, family + strength. Officially tuning in.

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  7. Just seeing this blog... Where have I been? Aaawww friend...I have to be honest because I know no other way, but it makes me mad when things like this happen to GREAT ppl (not good, but GREAT). BUT...only God knows. He has a reason for everything that He does, and His will HAS to be done, so hold on and NEVER give up. Being the type that worries about my fertility and have never explored if anything is wrong, its sad that I've never gotten pregnant in the 6 and almost a half months of being married. Keep keeping on girlie and we will ALL get through these trials and tribulations just the way God intended on us to.

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  8. Glad you decided to reveal this story on your blog. It's very interesting and I appreciate you being open.

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  9. Praying that you will receive instruction from the Lord! I can't tell you how much I love that last line. Your faith is beautiful to see.

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  10. Hi! So I wanted to let you know that we went through some of this when we wanted to start our family. While we in the end decided on a different route to grow our family, we've been there with the struggles of infertility. So if you'd like to chat about it, and why we chose what we did, feel free to email!

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  11. You are not alone in your struggles. God has you in the palm of his hand. And you have many amazing ladies on earth to share their own infertility journeys. God has a plan for your life. You just keep singing his glories through the valleys and the mountain tops. *hugs*

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  12. GL starting your stims this week! Praying you have a fantastic response and a super successful retrieval!

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  13. Looks like you've got a good numbers of follies brewing! Excited for your retrieval this week if it's still on!

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  14. Charity - I've just connected with you through Aimee's giveaway. Our stories are so similar - right down to the same dosage of drugs. I'm sending you prayers and thoughts as you await the news about your embroys. I am always grateful that others decide to share their infertility story. It is only with sharing that we can make the topic less taboo and perhaps more understood. Praying for peace through this journey!

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  15. Thinking of you girlie! Hoping this Easter brought you some good news to celebrate. :)

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  16. Oh honey, I am sitting it with tears welling up in my eyes. What a journey! My daughter and husband have been through the same thing with 7 IUIs and 1 miscarriage. She is on the second week of shots and she is so emotional and afraid (read her journey). She called today and said the girl in her office called and exclaimed that she's pregnant. Her husband is away on business and she's giving herself the 2 shots. Her husband had testicular cancer in 2006 and they have been trying since then. Looks like your journey has been even longer. Are you pregnant now? Couldn't find the link but another blogger told me you were. I wish my daughter could read your journey. Thanks for the encouragement and I will be praying for you too.

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  17. Hi Charity, Infertility is something most women don't think of until we find ourselves ready for a baby and realize that it's not what it's made out to be (I always hear women assume they will go off of Birth Control and 6 months later.. pregnant). I read about 5 blogs now (yours now included) and another blog I read over at http://www.shullfamily.blogspot.com/ she had infertility issues as well. Check out her story. It really puts things in perspective, now reading about other women's fertility struggles makes me wonder what my fertility will be. I just married and one of my friends that has been trying for 7 years advises me to just take the plunge and try to have a baby just to see how our fertility is and at least have one. I appreciate your openness about you fertility troubles. Love your blog. Can't wait to read more of your stuff!!

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