Thursday, June 4, 2009

Welcome Lost and Founders :-)

How neat! Today I, and a couple other IF bloggers I know, were highlighted in today's post on the Lost and Found Connections infertility blog. This blog is such a cool idea! A very dedicated individual(s) read through various blogs and gather up noteworthy IF posts to share. It's a great way to meet new bloggers and learn about interesting things that might be happening in their journey, encouraging support for one another. If you've never checked it out, I would highly recommend it!

Welcome to anyone who has made it here by way of the "Connections Abound" posting. I hope you find my journey helpful with something you might be going through. If you read a post you connect with or find useful, please comment and let me know!

Other bloggers that I "follow" who were also featured are: - Meghan is celebrating the fact that her RE is now listening to her loud and clear (you go girl!). She is seeking advice on next steps for tests and such that she could have done to get her diagnosis once and for all. - This is the couple I blogged about previously who went from doing IF treatments to adopting with the flick of a switch. After much trepidation about whether or not the birth mother would sign the final paperwork, they are now enjoying being at home with their new little girl! God is good!!

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The Swann's June 4, 2009 at 7:38 PM  

I too find this website to be such a blessing!!!!! Mel deserves so many gold stars it's not even funny!!!! If you e-mail her, she responds promptly! I've connected with others, I've been encouraged, and now as you see, people rejoice with you! It's so awesome!!!

And in other news, I've decided that we need a celebatorly (sp?) night! Celebrate the first steps being taken for IVF!!! This kind of news stays with a girl for a long time you know. :-)

Clare June 7, 2009 at 5:14 PM  

LFCA is great. When you start out it's nice to be welcomed into the fold. Here's to a happy and therapeutic blogging future!

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