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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

A No Good Very Bummed Out Day...

Oh how I love my sweet little read heads. They are spunky and fun and always keeping me on my toes. Most days they are loud and ready to go first thing in he morning.....long before this mama has fully woken up and has her wits about her. They are patient though and wait for me to get myself going in the morning, so I can pay attention to whatever fun thing they want to show me.

Yesterday was rough for me. I have days where I don't even think about my PCOS and what that means for me health-wise or about the whole infertility factor of it......but some yesterday I am reminded that adding more little red heads to our mix may not be happening. It bums me out and can really consume me. Why do I share this? Well, because I know I am not the only one that is going through this. Many of you have said that you too have gone through it or are going through it right now. I know that we can encourage one another and uplift each other out of these no good, very bummed out days.

I know I am blessed with the two I already have, and I wouldn't trade them for the world....but having a dream that then is cut short is hard.....and I am dealing with it. I am coping and try to just keep smiling when it's the last thing I feel like doing.

Having little red heads that do interpretive dances for you and a hubby that always knows when to send that text or give that call when he's at work really helps. They are all mine and I am so thankful for them. When times are hard, they know how to put a smile on my face.

I am definitely going to keep them :)

XO Danielle


  1. I may not have PCOS, but I wanted more children to add to my bunch when I found out I had to have a hysterectomy at the age of 30. It has been 3 years and it is still hard for me at times, but I know God has a reason and I'm so blessed to have the 3 that God put in my life. I wish you the best of luck and prayers sent your way.

  2. Just wanted to send you a hug. :) I know how it feels and it can be hard. I also wanted to share that adoption has been an amazing blessing in our lives. It has opened our eyes, and changed our lives forever. We have one biological child and three adopted children. There is a huge need for loving families to adopt children both domestically and internationally.

  3. There are many out there that share your sorrow. I hope tomorrow . . . and the next day . . .and the next day . . .- you get the idea, is a better day. Thank you for sharing your heart with us at Brag About It!


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