Monday, April 4, 2016

It has been a LOOOOONG time

And I am sorry for that. I have struggled with blogging for a number of reasons. The first is time. The second, however, is that I just don't know what to blog about. I started blogging back when I was in the thick of infertility. Now I have three amazing daughters *** and am back at work 3 days a week. I am beyond exhausted most days and crash out after the girls all go to bed, I walk the dog, eat dinner and clean up the house in preparation for the next day of mess making. We have the same nanny with the girls and she is rockin' it.

I think about you all regularly. I check blogs. And I am the local Resolve co-host so I am definitely still connected to and working against infertility. But I just don't have a lot to say right now.




*** My third and final baby was born in June 2015 and she is PERFECT. She was a scheduled C-section and I didn't have a single contraction before she came out at 39 weeks gestation. She was HUGE (especially compared to my twins), born at 9 pounds 4 ounces (my twins were big for twins but small in comparison - 6 pounds 4 ounces and 5 pounds 9 ounces). She came out screaming and was on me, naked, and nursing while they sewed me back up. It was absolutely amazing.

5 comments:

  1. I can certainly relate. It's great to hear from you! Congrats on your three little girls!

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  2. I think all of us that have moved beyond the thick of infertility and resolved struggle a bit with blogging. But it's good to hear from you! Glad all three girls are doing well!

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  3. Congrats on all three girls! Sounds like things are hectic- but how else would it be with two toddlers and an infant? :-)

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  4. Congratulations on your new baby girl. Don't worry about having nothing to say I think we all struggle with it. But always here to support

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  5. Many congratulations for the new addition to your family. We at Gaudium IVF centre in Nigeria help people nurture their dreams of getting a one of their own through IVF

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