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Channon Rose: Our Fertility Journey

Lauren Bennett | May 21, 2018

Channon Rose and her husband, Travis Dean, have been trying for their baby since 2015. Through years of surgeries, treatments, and a miscarriage, Channon has been open and documented her journey from day 1 through her vlog. Their journey is raw and real. And we are grateful for the awareness Channon and Travis are bringing to how infertility affects people’s lives. We’ll let her video do the talking! Watch Channon’s…

 

The Waiting and Waiting and Waiting Game

Lauren Bennett | May 15, 2018

By Rachel Roth, guest blogger When people would find out that we struggled with infertility, two topics were commonly brought up: fertility treatment options and adoption. My husband and I came to adoption after exhausting our fertility treatment options financially and emotionally. (If you don’t know my story, you can read about it here). We researched agencies and different types of adoptions. Upon choosing an agency, they told us that…

 

From the Pain a Project Is Born – Nine 16 Designs

Lauren Bennett | May 11, 2018

Written by Shannon Hughes, guest blogger Once upon a time, my husband and I had the conversation about building our family and after about 2 minutes, we decided that it was time to start trying. Little did we know that it was not going to be as fun and stress free as they make it seem. Flash forward 3 years, and there were still no babies in our house. Something…

 

Lessons About Love and Loss

Lauren Bennett | May 2, 2018

Written by Sarah Banks, guest blogger I’ve often wondered how I would tell this story. Where do you even begin, after 10 years of infertility and loss, when the journey is still underway? I can still vividly remember the first miscarriage – it was 2008 and we had just moved to Colorado Springs. I was doubled over in excruciating pain, crying at work. I didn’t know I was pregnant, so…

 

Life After Two Pink Lines

Lauren Bennett | April 27, 2018

Written by Megan Elliot, guest blogger In December 2017, we went into our 4th and final round of IVF; a couple months before I had a laparoscopy to remove a cyst and I ended up having stage 4 endometriosis that was removed during that same surgery. We felt like a weight had been lifted off of us. Finally, this might be the answer to our infertility. We went in to…

 

 

Under The Palm

Lauren Bennett | April 23, 2018

Fertility warrior Carly Kenihan shares why April is a special month and the latest project that benefits families going through fertility treatments! When I think of that negative pregnancy test. Heck-hundreds-of negative pregnancy tests – I still feel the sting. And I say hundreds because you better believe I took not one but five each month just to double triple five times confirm the disappointing results. There were lots of…

 

From WTF Sisters: Successful Frozen Embryo Transfer Tips and Tricks

Lauren Bennett | April 17, 2018

Infertility isn’t a journey anyone should travel alone, and sometimes our biggest supporters are others we haven’t met physically, but have interacted with countless times through social media. Last month, a sister came to us with a question about what others did to help an embryo stick after a frozen transfer. We posted the question on our Instagram because we knew you would answer the call. You did not disappoint or…

 

When Social Media Steals Your Joy

Lauren Bennett | April 10, 2018

Written by Nichole Czarnecki-Cayer, guest blogger March 2017. It’s been one year since my fiancé and I started trying to conceive after my first laparoscopy and endometriosis diagnosis. A year of high hopes that slowly diminished with each cycle. Our dreaded “infertili-versary”. An anniversary really not called for any sort of celebrations; except for a pregnancy announcement posted up on social media. They were the first of our friends to…

 

When Family Answers The Call: From Sister-In-Law to Gestational Carrier

Lauren Bennett | April 4, 2018

Written by Cammie Heaton, guest blogger My husband and I began trying to start a family in 2013 when I was 27 and he was 29 and after a year of trying and no results, we made a doctor’s appointment. We were both checked up and down multiple times. I had countless scopes, surgeries, ultrasounds, and labs with no findings. I have been a type 1 diabetic for 22 years…

 

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