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Total Eclipse of the Chart

Maybe it’s because I stared at the sun too long yesterday without “special eclipse sunglasses”. Maybe it’s because I recently added...

Far from Easter Joy

He is risen! We have journeyed through Lent to arrive at Easter joy. But what if we feel very far from Easter joy. Our life circumstances...

PCOS ≠ the End of your Fertility

“I have PCOS so I never will be able to have kids.” This statement, and statements similar to it, break my heart. Some women express...

Finding Joy Amidst the Sorrowful

It was a typical Monday night bedtime routine. I was attempting to lead the kids through their bedtime prayers while my husband was...

A "You" Shaped Cross

This is an excerpt I wrote back in December 2022: “This comes to you after a lot of tears. And I mean a lot. Phone calls, frustration,...

First Follow-up Freakout

Let’s take a trip down memory lane, to the time of my first follow-up after attending the Creighton Model Introductory Session. This is...

Open to Life

On Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, the priest will often ask the mothers or fathers in the congregation to stand for a special blessing....

The Independence of Tracking Your Cycle

Before starting this blog, I want to wish you a very happy Independence Day to you and your family. As I was reflecting on what a July...

Do I have to??

So you're finally ready to learn a method to learn more about your fertility. You're excited and also nervous. You finally receive all of...

Navigating Estrogen Dominance

We all know estrogen is a very important hormone when it comes to the female reproductive system. But, did you know you can have too much...

Endometritis and Fertility

There are so many biomarkers that a FertilityCare practitioner can see on a client's chart. and sometimes it can seem impossible to...

It's Time to Leave Your Tomb

By the grace of God, we have made it through another Lenten season. We have journeyed forty days through the desert of fasting and...

The virtue of waiting

When it comes to waiting, there are very few things that compare to what can be the agony and anxiety induced by waiting. Having some end...

Lent, suffering, and fertility

We're well into Lent now, and I don't know if anyone else feels this way, but it seems to me that life always feels a little extra "hard"...

MTHFR...Wait, What?

In this new age of technology and DNA testing which allows us to find out where our ancestors came from and even medical history...

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