21 02 2014

Still muddling through with DH… still in counseling… having some minor breakthroughs, which give hope. Looks like the plan for now anyway is to keep muddling through and trying… at least through his first “heavy” year of nursing school (i.e. at least through maybe summer 2015.)

AND, he’s willing to do the gestational carrier thing again, and be a coparent if nothing else… for a while he’d been insisting even that was off the table and he wanted to destroy the embryos. So that openness and willingness has warmed my heart and I even catch myself getting excited, again… which I kinda hate, because we all know hope kinda sucks, too….




6 responses

21 02 2014

I’m so sorry for all you’re going through. It makes my heart hurt to think of carrying all that weight. I’m hoping that no matter what happens on the baby front, you and hubby can put things back together.

22 02 2014

It’s good to hear from you. I’m sorry for all that you have been going through, I’m glad that your husband is opening the door to a GC. Thinking of you….

23 02 2014

I’m so sorry hon. Me and the hubz went through the same issues. Infertility can eat you up. Try not to let it… I say that now.

14 04 2014

thinking of you, and thank–you for all your support during my time of struggles. Surrogacy is an amazing option 🙂

28 05 2014

Infertility can break apart even the strongest marriages, because it usually leaves one or both partners broken. Take 6 months off. Don’t even discuss having a baby. Work on the foundation of your marriage. A baby is a blessing and a HUGE challenge/adjustment. You need to have a strong marriage before intriducing a child into the mix.

22 07 2014

Just checking in, how are you doing?

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