have wanted to be a mom ever since I was old enough to carry a baby doll. I know in my heart I would be an amazing mother but its been a rough road ttc. I am getting older and slowly losing hope but the little hope I have I'm holding onto it and as long as I can try I will.
am an amazing friend,companion and all around person but for some reason just can't be a mom.I have been on this very long and hard road for a long time now and It's almost time to start waving that white flag.Some women arent ment to be moms.Maybe ,Just maybe I am one of those women.
Anywhooo baby dust to all trying to conceive and I love you ladies all so much and am sooo glad I found you when I did .WIthout you I wouldn't have my sanity right now.
Waiting and hoping for our angel to come back to us.
AF FINALLY ARRIVED... BACK TO THE BABY DANCING
Ovarian Cancer is called the “disease that whispers.” With little signs and symptoms diagnosis is almost always in the late stages of the disease, many times too late. My aunt was diagnosed with ovarian cancer on April 25, 2008. After several procedures, numerous tests, a major surgery, one round of chemo, and multiple complications she became completely dependant on a ventilator. She lost her fight on Wednesday June 4, 2008 - exactly 2 months to the day from her initial admission….. For “a stomach ache”. MyFamily and I are determined to increase ovarian cancer awareness. The more we know about this terrible disease, the more likely we are to prevent it.