I should. I do pray about it, but I also get angry with God. I just don't understand the plan. More so, I don't understand why I have to sit back and watch it happen for everyone else.

Have you PRAYED about it as much as you've TALKED about it? Mine would be have I prayed as much as I have thought about it.


“Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow.” ― Mary Anne Radmacher ["never let a bad day be enough to go and talk you into giving up.

Jennifer Weiner - Then Came You...sweet story of infertility, surrogacy, and love

An unexpected love story… Jules Strauss is a Princeton senior with a full scholarship, acquaintances instead of friends, and a family she’s ashamed to invite to Parents’ Weekend… read more at Kobo.

The Infertility Survival Handbook  by Elizabeth Swire-Falker

The Infertility Survival Handbook by Elizabeth Swire-Falker. Need to read ASAP!

Blog about infertility, adoption and foster care

Questions to ask when getting a call about a foster placement. I'm one of those people that when called about a foster kid I get all excite.

a blogger's post on dealing with infertility. read it.

Drinking water in the morning has some great benefits on our health. This pin gives you a benificial information for your health

Adoption/ Foster care Blog

Adoption & Foster Care: My Personal Experiences / Utah Home Inspections


Infertility Greeting Card

Helped me accept infertility.

When the Cradle is Empty: Coping with Infertility (Focus on the Family Presents)

Sharing our adventure working with the foster care system and few things we learned along the way.

She pretty much summed up everything I'm feeling into this one post. It brought me to tears.

Bwhahahah! Amazing!

Infertility Greeting Card

Outside: I'm sorry getting pregnant has been so tough for you. Inside: Have you thought about becoming a crack whore? Because only unsuitable people can have children

Inconceivable: finding peace in the midst of infertility

"Inconceivable: Finding Peace in the Midst of Infertility" by Shannon Woodward