Persephone: Parent

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How I Got Here

on February 19, 2013

Having taken to the metaphor of the WW1 trenches, I wanted to give some simple information on my journey to here for any of those that are new to this blog.

I began my attempt at trying to conceive (TTC), over three years ago with my DH, which I have now likened to being stuck in the disease ridden, downright depressing near-death hole of the trenches. Here are some blog entries from my original blog on TTC (there are plenty more over there, but mainly poetry based just check out the tag TTC):

And then, after deciding on Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) rather than the free, but more invasive IVF, I met with the fertility nurse about starting the first round, which managed to get me out of the trenches and running across No Man’s Land. Here are those blogs:

And that covers the first 4-5 weeks of my journey across No Man’s Land. I now have about a third of this journey to go.

Let’s keep our fingers crossed!

~ Persephone M

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