Welcome ICLW!!!

Today starts April ICLW…I wanted to say hello and welcome to everyone who is stopping by for ICLW. For those that do not know what ICLW here is an explanation:

“Welcome back to IComLeavWe. It stands for International Comment Leaving Week, but if you say it aloud, doesn’t it sounds like “I come; [but] leave [as a] we”? And that’s sort of the point. Blogging is a conversation and comments should be honoured and encouraged. I like to say that comments are the new hug–a way of saying hello, giving comfort, leaving congratulations.”

Well a little about me is that my husband and I have been trying to conceive for about 12 months. During that time we did infertility treatments and we got pregnant via IVF.  Sadly we lost our little baby girl, Olivia Grace, on February 1st due to cervical insufficiency.  This blog is about my life journey…

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8 comments on “Welcome ICLW!!!
  1. Heather says:

    Hey from ICLW, thanks for the comment on my blog.
    Sorry for your loss and hope the RE can help…. Good luck.

  2. Kristin says:

    I am so sorry to hear about your loss. That must have been so hard to go through. I don’t know if you’ve participated before but welcome to ICLW. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog. BTW, I wear a 40 N and I can find pretty, cute bras at SimplyBe.com. My favorite is their plunge bra (sometimes listed as the Julie bra) http://www.simplybe.com/underwired/pack-of-2-plunge-bras/invt/kh291el/ Just be aware that they run a cup size small. You get 2 of them for $32 and there is a rainbow of colors available.

    • cindysn says:

      Yes I have been doing ICLW for many many months and really enjoy it. I will def check simplybe but my issue is finding a bra that I like that fits.

  3. Very sorry to hear about your loss. I know that blogging can be healing. Thanks for sharing your journey and reaching out. I know that I personally have found more support on line than I ever could have dreamed. I look forward to following your journey and will be praying for you! God Bless!
    Love,
    Catherine
    babystepsandtears.com

  4. Hello! I’m (re)visiting from ICLW and am glad to hear that your surgery went well! Best wishes for your recovery and upcoming FET.

  5. staciet says:

    I am so sorry about the loss of your little girl. Many hugs.

    I think it is awesome you had surgery. I have heard amazing stories about the TAC and successful pregnancies after many losses due to IC. Best wishes on your upcoming FET.

    P.S. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

  6. Jill says:

    Visiting from ICLW. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you as you move toward another FET.

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