I wanted to let you all know that I decided to create a new blog this week, one that is specifically devoted to our struggle with secondary infertility.
I’ve felt for at least the past year that my AESW blog has become all about this segment of my life, and I wasn’t really comfortable with that. Yet, my entire being has been very centered around this particular segment of my life during that time (I mean, literally, my first appointment with the fertility specialist was exactly a year ago today), so it does make sense that it was the thing I wrote about most.
Nonetheless, you can credit the fact that I’m feeling so strange about this being IUI #4 and us only having 2 IUIs left for the creation of the new blog. Despite my strong feelings of hope and optimism that we are meant to be parents to another baby, the fatalistic part of me is making me feel a little compelled to start thinking about what comes next in my life, if our remaining fertility treatments are unsuccessful. And one of the things that I think will come next is that I will be trying to raise awareness of secondary infertility. Maybe not on a grand public scale, but certainly through my writing. And, really, whether I end up with another baby or not, I want to continue to make a difference in this area. Creating a blog specifically about secondary infertility seemed like a good place to start.
If you’re interested in checking out the new blog – called My Incomplete Family – I’d love to see you there. That said, I will still post – or at least link – here about the rest of our fertility treatment process, because it is still a component of my normal life.
On that note, thanks again for reading Average Everyday Super Woman!