Once I began having my own children along side of my friends and family members, it soon became apparent, throughout each of my pregnancies, that I was not going through a lot of the pains, sickness, and sometimes, or health related issues a good amount of them were enduring. I felt extremely lucky while carrying and delivering my son and I thought it most likely wouldn't be this easy the second time around. Two and a half years later, I was surprised to find out I was expecting again! A beautiful, healthy little girl. To my surprise it turned out to be the same easy going pregnancy. The same OBGYN saw me through both of my pregnancies and deliveries, and described myself and my children's health as "practically perfect," each time. Again, we felt lucky. Not long after my last child was born, I soon went from happiness to feeling so undeserving. I witnessed two very close friends of mine fight long and hard to become pregnant and finally each were succesful. Unfortunately, each delivered a little too soon..... It was absolutely heartbreaking. All I could think about after each of their passings, was how smooth my experiences had been, and I had taken them for granted. I was 23 at the time and firmly made up my mind that , when time would allow me too, I would like to be able to share myself with someone who can not conceive on their own, so they may become parents to the precious baby they have always hoped for.
I am currently a stay at home mother, after working for years in telecommunications as well as customer service management which I loved because of all of the different people I had the chance to interact with daily. I can say I am loving getting to spend more time with my kiddos. I'm an active 27 year old,with a big heart and an even bigger sense of humor.