Five Things To Remember {when the doctor says you’ll never be a mom}

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8 thoughts on “Five Things To Remember {when the doctor says you’ll never be a mom}

    • It can be so, so hard! There are many who make the choice not to have kids and many who simply can’t.

      I am less sensitive than some (actually cracks me up what some people say) but there are some women who simply can not handle offhanded remarks.

      I feel like the wisest thing for me is to be straightforward and smile when I talk about it. Saves everyone a lot of grief! 🙂

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  1. Wow girl, thank you for sharing. You are a special woman of God. I am blessed to know you, even if it is only a little. ~ Amy

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  2. I haven’t popped over there yet, Tasha, but I can tell you that I heard the same speech. (PCOS) Even fertility drugs didn’t work. Nor did temperature charts and standing on my head! But God had the last word and He gave me one precious child (plus 3 step-kids). There is more than one way to build a family sweet girl!

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    • 🙂 Isn’t it wonderful that God is not bound by human knowledge or ability?

      I didn’t address that in this post but I think perhaps there will have to be another at some point!

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  3. The doctors told me for years and years(thirteen, to be exact) that I would not be able to conceive. It took fertility treatments, but my husband and I are expecting our second child. I longed for a housefull of children, but it is clear to us that this will be our last biological child, and my doctor has told me I should be very, very grateful to have two(I am!). What has comforted me all along is that there are many other ways to build a family than the old fashioned way, and that God has promised to give the orphans a home and the barren women children. We plan to adopt, but there are so many hurting children and teenagers out there who need a safe home to even just hang out at and feel loved at.

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