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Hello everyone!
I'm pleased to share another positive update :)
I'm still quite reserved in my excitement, & trying not to expect too much as anything could happen, but I'm feeling hopeful.

Thanks again for your continued prayers! Means the world.

Thanks for watching :)
Love & baby dust xo











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~ Leave Me Out - Daniel Kadawatha
~ Dancing In The Mess - Frigga Feat. Elias Naslin


~ Married- May 2013
~ Conceived naturally after a couple months trying, ended in missed miscarriage at 9w4d- Oct 2014
~ D&C
~ Laparoscopy surgery after 1 unsuccessful year of TTC following first miscarriage- Nov 2015
~ Surgery revealed blocked tubes due to infection following D&C
~ Conceived naturally prior to starting IVF, ended in another missed miscarriage at 7w6d- Feb 2016
~ Another D&C
~ Conceived naturally again prior to starting IVF, ended in chemical pregnancy- March 2016
~ IVF #1- April 2016
~ Fresh embryo transfer ended in chemical pregnancy with 0 embryos frozen
~ IVF #2- June 2016
~ Fresh embryo transfer ended in chemical pregnancy with 1 embryo frozen
~ Conceived naturally, slow rising HCG & ended in blighted ovum- Sept 2016
~ Yet another D&C
~ FET #1, never happened as our 1 frozen embryo didn't survive the thawing process- Dec 2016
~ IVF #3 NOW & praying for this rollercoaster to end happily soon!

After 6 pregnancy losses, 6 surgeries, (including egg collections), & over 3 years of receiving bad news after bad news, we are ready for this 'bad luck' to end & to finally hold our longed for rainbow baby in our arms.

I have this same hope & desire for all of my other TTC sisters! xx

"Be gentle with yourself. You are doing the best you can."

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