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READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 15, 2019 Day 13 of my cycle. It’s funny. This is my third IVF cycle. I’ve done two frozen embryo transfers. Yet every time, it’s an emotional roller coaster. I left the office visit in tears, and it wasn’t necessarily because I received bad news. In fact, I received[…]

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READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 14, 2019 It’s a good day to have a good day. Or, maybe a piece of pie! HA! Some people have never even heard of Pi Day. “Huh?” they said! I had every intention of making a pie tonight, but best-laid plans… my sweet daughter Brooklyn woke with a[…]

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I can’t begin to tell you how much of a relief it is that I am not keeping this cycle a secret. Honestly, it has made the process so much easier! In the past, it wasn’t that I didn’t want to share it with others. I was scared. I didn’t want others to go through[…]

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We aren’t done. Not yet.At least, we hope not. “3 or 4… God willing.” When people have asked us how many kids we want, that’s the answer I gave. When we first starting trying. When we thought we could get pregnant naturally. And even after our first failed IVF transfer of 2 perfect embryos. But[…]

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If you haven’t read part 1 yet, you can check it out here. I cannot begin to say how thankful I am to the amazing nursing/medical staff at Providence Pavilion for Women & Children. We had an incredible experience! About 1.5 hours after I was moved into the recovery room, we were ready for visitors.[…]

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Last week, I shared the story of our little Madden’s birth and my C-section. But my doula sent over this story she wrote, so I really wanted to share this as well!  Leach Family Birth Story: Baby Madden Thomas Providence Hospital Everett Dr. Eve Bernstein Attending: Shirley Nurse Anesthetist: Randy Doula: Solveig At a routine ultrasound[…]

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READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 15, 2019 Day 13 of my cycle. It’s funny. This is my third IVF cycle. I’ve done two frozen embryo transfers. Yet every time, it’s an emotional roller coaster. I left the office visit in tears, and it wasn’t necessarily because I received bad news. In fact, I received[…]

Read More

READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 14, 2019 It’s a good day to have a good day. Or, maybe a piece of pie! HA! Some people have never even heard of Pi Day. “Huh?” they said! I had every intention of making a pie tonight, but best-laid plans… my sweet daughter Brooklyn woke with a[…]

Read More

I can’t begin to tell you how much of a relief it is that I am not keeping this cycle a secret. Honestly, it has made the process so much easier! In the past, it wasn’t that I didn’t want to share it with others. I was scared. I didn’t want others to go through[…]

Read More

We aren’t done. Not yet.At least, we hope not. “3 or 4… God willing.” When people have asked us how many kids we want, that’s the answer I gave. When we first starting trying. When we thought we could get pregnant naturally. And even after our first failed IVF transfer of 2 perfect embryos. But[…]

Read More

If you haven’t read part 1 yet, you can check it out here. I cannot begin to say how thankful I am to the amazing nursing/medical staff at Providence Pavilion for Women & Children. We had an incredible experience! About 1.5 hours after I was moved into the recovery room, we were ready for visitors.[…]

Read More

Last week, I shared the story of our little Madden’s birth and my C-section. But my doula sent over this story she wrote, so I really wanted to share this as well!  Leach Family Birth Story: Baby Madden Thomas Providence Hospital Everett Dr. Eve Bernstein Attending: Shirley Nurse Anesthetist: Randy Doula: Solveig At a routine ultrasound[…]

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READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 15, 2019 Day 13 of my cycle. It’s funny. This is my third IVF cycle. I’ve done two frozen embryo transfers. Yet every time, it’s an emotional roller coaster. I left the office visit in tears, and it wasn’t necessarily because I received bad news. In fact, I received[…]

Read More

READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 14, 2019 It’s a good day to have a good day. Or, maybe a piece of pie! HA! Some people have never even heard of Pi Day. “Huh?” they said! I had every intention of making a pie tonight, but best-laid plans… my sweet daughter Brooklyn woke with a[…]

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I can’t begin to tell you how much of a relief it is that I am not keeping this cycle a secret. Honestly, it has made the process so much easier! In the past, it wasn’t that I didn’t want to share it with others. I was scared. I didn’t want others to go through[…]

Read More

We aren’t done. Not yet.At least, we hope not. “3 or 4… God willing.” When people have asked us how many kids we want, that’s the answer I gave. When we first starting trying. When we thought we could get pregnant naturally. And even after our first failed IVF transfer of 2 perfect embryos. But[…]

Read More

If you haven’t read part 1 yet, you can check it out here. I cannot begin to say how thankful I am to the amazing nursing/medical staff at Providence Pavilion for Women & Children. We had an incredible experience! About 1.5 hours after I was moved into the recovery room, we were ready for visitors.[…]

Read More

Last week, I shared the story of our little Madden’s birth and my C-section. But my doula sent over this story she wrote, so I really wanted to share this as well!  Leach Family Birth Story: Baby Madden Thomas Providence Hospital Everett Dr. Eve Bernstein Attending: Shirley Nurse Anesthetist: Randy Doula: Solveig At a routine ultrasound[…]

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READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 15, 2019 Day 13 of my cycle. It’s funny. This is my third IVF cycle. I’ve done two frozen embryo transfers. Yet every time, it’s an emotional roller coaster. I left the office visit in tears, and it wasn’t necessarily because I received bad news. In fact, I received[…]

Read More

READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 14, 2019 It’s a good day to have a good day. Or, maybe a piece of pie! HA! Some people have never even heard of Pi Day. “Huh?” they said! I had every intention of making a pie tonight, but best-laid plans… my sweet daughter Brooklyn woke with a[…]

Read More

I can’t begin to tell you how much of a relief it is that I am not keeping this cycle a secret. Honestly, it has made the process so much easier! In the past, it wasn’t that I didn’t want to share it with others. I was scared. I didn’t want others to go through[…]

Read More

We aren’t done. Not yet.At least, we hope not. “3 or 4… God willing.” When people have asked us how many kids we want, that’s the answer I gave. When we first starting trying. When we thought we could get pregnant naturally. And even after our first failed IVF transfer of 2 perfect embryos. But[…]

Read More

If you haven’t read part 1 yet, you can check it out here. I cannot begin to say how thankful I am to the amazing nursing/medical staff at Providence Pavilion for Women & Children. We had an incredible experience! About 1.5 hours after I was moved into the recovery room, we were ready for visitors.[…]

Read More

Last week, I shared the story of our little Madden’s birth and my C-section. But my doula sent over this story she wrote, so I really wanted to share this as well!  Leach Family Birth Story: Baby Madden Thomas Providence Hospital Everett Dr. Eve Bernstein Attending: Shirley Nurse Anesthetist: Randy Doula: Solveig At a routine ultrasound[…]

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READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 15, 2019 Day 13 of my cycle. It’s funny. This is my third IVF cycle. I’ve done two frozen embryo transfers. Yet every time, it’s an emotional roller coaster. I left the office visit in tears, and it wasn’t necessarily because I received bad news. In fact, I received[…]

Read More

READ MY PREVIOUS JOURNAL HERE March 14, 2019 It’s a good day to have a good day. Or, maybe a piece of pie! HA! Some people have never even heard of Pi Day. “Huh?” they said! I had every intention of making a pie tonight, but best-laid plans… my sweet daughter Brooklyn woke with a[…]

Read More

I can’t begin to tell you how much of a relief it is that I am not keeping this cycle a secret. Honestly, it has made the process so much easier! In the past, it wasn’t that I didn’t want to share it with others. I was scared. I didn’t want others to go through[…]

Read More

We aren’t done. Not yet.At least, we hope not. “3 or 4… God willing.” When people have asked us how many kids we want, that’s the answer I gave. When we first starting trying. When we thought we could get pregnant naturally. And even after our first failed IVF transfer of 2 perfect embryos. But[…]

Read More

If you haven’t read part 1 yet, you can check it out here. I cannot begin to say how thankful I am to the amazing nursing/medical staff at Providence Pavilion for Women & Children. We had an incredible experience! About 1.5 hours after I was moved into the recovery room, we were ready for visitors.[…]

Read More

Last week, I shared the story of our little Madden’s birth and my C-section. But my doula sent over this story she wrote, so I really wanted to share this as well!  Leach Family Birth Story: Baby Madden Thomas Providence Hospital Everett Dr. Eve Bernstein Attending: Shirley Nurse Anesthetist: Randy Doula: Solveig At a routine ultrasound[…]

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