‘Dear baby mine’

Thought I'd share the link to a BBC Radio 4 drama that played recently which E encouraged me to listen to.  Each episode is 15 mins long and there are 5 episodes. The drama is about the affects of infertility on a couple but interestingly the point of view is from a man with azoospermia, … Continue reading ‘Dear baby mine’


woman waiting

Today was really rough. I found out 2 of my friends are expecting. Really?! 2 in one day?!! As hard as I try, I just cannot feel happy for them! I feel pissed. Pissed that it happens to everyone else around us so easily. Pissed that I even have this dream in my heart of being a mother. Pissed that life can be so unfair and cruel. I am hurting so badly that I can’t even cry. The tears don’t come out. Usually I have a good cry-fest when someone announces a pregnancy but not tonight. It is a pain too deep and yet so familiar and surreal. It’s almost like this isn’t my life. It can’t be. I have dreamt and imagined having children since I can remember. Yet this is my cruel reality. How much longer will my heart be filled with doubt? How much longer will I…

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Greater media exposure

Through the medium of Twitter, Facebook and blogs, the world of infertility is slowly being opened up to the masses. On BBC Radio 4 on 15th August there was a documentary about infertility called: A Family Without A Child. Here's the link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04d4p0b It was a fascinating documentary with so many truths and experiences with … Continue reading Greater media exposure