Yes, My Dogs Are My Kids… Is There Really a Commonality Between Dogs and Children? There are many mothers and fathers who will tell you that having children cannot compare to having dogs. These individuals are very wrong. Either that or they have never ever owned a puppy and they have never owned a German Shepherd. My husband and I were not fortunate enough to be blessed with children. We had fertility treatments, we looked into the foster care system, which we ran from.
So many tests, so little time...The Specialist Con't. We were thrilled at this time because we thought we were finally making headway. Then the “specialist” tells us that she wants me to go into Boston to be seen by one more doctor in regard to my Blood pressure as well as the boarder-line diabetes and the elevated cholesterol. I can’t speak for my husband but I was like, “you have got to be shitting me now!” But she wasn’t. Deep down I was beginning to feel as though they
So after having the gynecologist tell us that there should be no reason why we are not getting pregnant, and she is now going to send us to the fertility center. We were finally given the go-ahead to see the specialist, and if she couldn't get us pregnant, then no one could. I'm not sure I liked where this was going, but I was willing to try anything and so was Ben. After waiting for more time to elapse, which isn't a good thing in the world of infertility, and for the insu
When we were finally married, we went right at it, from the time of the honeymoon right to that time when you say to each other; “something was wrong, something should be cooking by now!” At this point, you start asking family members what they think. Don't do this because this action is wrong, wrong, and more wrong and it is not a solution to the problem! Go right to the medical professionals (and I say this because I am a medical professional) they are the only ones you
Once upon a time, way back when you were a little girl or even a little boy, you were given a dream. That someday, you were going to meet that one person that you were meant to spend the rest of your life with. The one and only, that someone special, finding that everlasting love, beyond a shadow of a doubt…your soulmate. Then after a reasonable amount of time for a courtship and an engagement, the two of you would marry, settle down, spend some alone time together, then
When my husband and I could not have children, we were devastated and thought we had no chance at having a family. However, we soon learned to live with the brutal honesty and tried to move on with our lives. It wasn't until my husband started to have seizures again that I realized that not having children was God's way of protecting us. Of Course, my mother-in-law ask why he started having seizures again, after all "the only thing different was that we were all married now."