As some of my readers may know or not know, infertility has been an issue in our household. We have struggled, gave up, started again, gave up, started again, on and on and on. It’s such a personal issue, that honestly if you haven’t gone through it, you should really start counting your blessings, and be thoroughly grateful. I would never want this for my worst enemy. I tend to read a lot of blogs, and many of them talk about infertility in their lives. I came across this particular story that touched me so much I had to share. The points made here are dead on. Even if you don’t know someone who has struggled, you may in the future. Times are getting hard, and doing things the good old fashioned way, just isn’t reality anymore. If you are blessed and it does still work, you should be grateful for everyday that you have. You are blessed!
- They will eventually conceive a baby.
- They will stop the infertility treatments and choose to live without children.
- They will find an alternative way to parent, such as by adopting a child or becoming a foster parent.