Babe In My Heart


His Plans Are Better

Lauren Bennett | August 2, 2020

Written by Rachel Roth, Guest Blogger As a birthday present, I once sent my husband on a trip without telling him the destination. I set up his GPS, put envelopes with instructions in the glove compartment and sent him on his way to see a professional soccer game with a friend. He would tell me later that he had NO idea where he was headed until he got closer to…

 

Hope Became My Rainbow

Lauren Bennett | July 20, 2020

Written by Agnes Mattson, Guest Blogger Someone once told me that my life would be very rewarding and happy. My life was anything but that the last 4 years. You see, my husband and I were like every married couple- you get married, travel, get the house and start a family. Easy right? Wrong! The first years of our married life tested us in so many ways where the word…

 

Double Rainbows

Lauren Bennett | July 15, 2020

Written by Caiti Pidd, Guest Blogger My husband, Phil, and I met after our senior year of high school.  It was my 18th birthday and Phil was in town visiting a friend.  He walked into the room and I immediately felt a connection. Cheesy, right?  Fast forward through college, breaking up a few times due to distance and then deciding to stay friends, I moved out to Utah and decided to…

 

4 Ways I Managed My Post-Partum Depression

Lauren Bennett | June 30, 2020

Written by Patricia Monson, Guest Blogger Post-partum depression is something that’s hard to understand if you haven’t experienced it yourself. During my pregnancy, I understood that it existed, but didn’t think it would ever happen to me.  How wrong I was. Post-partum depression hit hard, and I was left wondering how on earth I was going to manage my mental health while caring for the newborn I loved so much.…

 

To the Momma Hurting this Mother’s Day

Lauren Bennett | May 8, 2020

Written by Ginny Helmer, Guest Blogger To the momma with empty arms, As I’m sitting here writing this, I’m almost 36 weeks pregnant with our miracle child. Our precious and oh-so-prayed-for rainbow baby boy. Yes, rainbow. Yes, miracle. For almost 2 years, my husband and I suffered through infertility. Our reproductive endocrinologist gave us a less than 5% chance of ever being able to conceive on our own. Therefore, I…

 

Be Kind to Yourself

Lauren Bennett | May 6, 2020

Written by Lauren Hudson, Guest Blogger I was diagnosed with Asherman’s Syndrome (Scarring inside the uterus) at 20 years of age a year after I had my first son. I had retained placenta, become infected and hemorrhaged during a D&C procedure and also when I woke in recovery, resulting in my diagnosis. This was the beginning. Immediately my dreams of a big family were squashed but never in a million…

 

IVF a Pandemic and Me

Lauren Bennett | April 21, 2020

Written by Laura Behnke, Guest Blogger Don’t worry, if it’s meant to be it will be. I absolutely hate that comment.  And I have heard it a lot lately.  Ever since I went public with the very true reality that because of a global pandemic I may never be a mother. If it’s meant to be it will be. So, does that mean there is a possibility I’m not supposed…

 

Nourishing Hope

Lauren Bennett | March 30, 2020

Written by Consumer Advocates, Guest Blogger As closely as we watch our bodies while trying to conceive—from tracking our cycles to charting our temperatures to studying our cervical changes—it’s amazing how many women experiencing infertility are still surprised when they get pregnant. But preparing to be pregnant is actually part of the job of trying to get pregnant. That’s why the medical community recommends both women and men pay close…

 

We Are Not Incompetent

Lauren Bennett | February 14, 2020

Written by Rebecca Paradis, Guest Blogger Hi Friends, My name is Becca. I’m an ER nurse living in Alaska with my husband, Aaron, and fur baby, Abby.  Aaron and I have been trying to conceive for a year now.  It’s been a year of dedicated cycle tracking, basil body temps, cervical symptoms, all the things.  Every month that goes by we become more settled into the idea that having a…

 

Infertility is Bigger than Babies

Lauren Bennett | February 5, 2020

Written by Guest Contributor, Tiffany Johnston Let’s talk a bit about the psychological warfare that is infertility. For those that have been following our story with What The Fertility, we began sharing about our journey about 3 years ago. We experienced a large number of failed treatments, loss of hope and eventually a few miracles. Just over a year ago I shared that we were pregnant naturally via video on…

 

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