featured posts – september 2012 collection

Our main goal here at PAIL Bloggers is to help connect individuals struggling with various aspects of the PAIL part of the ALI journey. The Featured Post is meant to highlight a post (past or present) from a blogger that specifically relates to the challenges of being pregnant and/or parenting through ALI. We hope this helps you to connect with other bloggers individually, in addition to perusing the blogroll for other kindred spirits.

September 2012 – Featured Posts

  • Josey found a gem in K of Our Growing Gardunn’s post “The Plan… Version 6.0.” What amazing strength of character it takes to have hope in the face of so much loss. We have a lot of respect for K‘s resolve to embrace TTC and an attempt at a sixth pregnancy with full acceptance of the lack of control she has over the process. If you missed it (or even if you didn’t) it’s worth a read– click on over.
  • Josey featured the post Blocked! by Kerri of Uncommon Nonsense, where she asks the very interesting question: “I’m wondering if any of you would ever consider moving to a different state just to have fertility treatments covered under your health insurance plan…” Please head over to Kerri’s blog and share your thoughts with her.
  • Chandra featured the post “A Tale of Two Tatas” by Melissa of Banking On A Family detailing the joys AND the challenges she is facing breastfeeding a little one who now has teeth. Please stop by Melissa’s blog and offer her your tips and support.
  • Josey featured the post “She Looks Just Like Her Daddy” from Finding My New Normal which discusses the difficulties in hearing that your child looks just her father when you used an egg donor. This was our first look at donor gametes, and we continue to welcome any thoughts or resources you could send our way!

If you haven’t yet checked out the posts above, please do so. It is never to late to leave a comment and get connected.

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