It was then my blog became something so much more than I could ever dream of. First, I was able to excitedly announce that I did the very thing my blog was entitled. I became that "one in ten million." But even more amazing than that, my story became a beacon of hope for others with my diagnosis. Since then, I have had women in over 65 countries reading my blog and over 20,000 page views. Women continually write to me telling me I have inspired them to keep on fighting and instilled hope in them, when all hope was lost. They write to me to ask questions and sometimes just to vent their frustrations, but every single one of them always thank me for giving them hope. Words can't express how much that means to me.
Since becoming pregnant I've kept up with my blog, always feeling a bit apprehensive in fear I would upset those who are struggling with infertility. To my surprise, they all wanted me to keep posting updates because it restores a new sense of hope in them each time to see that things were progressing positively. It has been a few months now and I feel it's time for me to continue my journey in a new blog. I will still keep my previous blog out there because it is helping so many others, and I will always respond to those who write me on it.
I am so very happy to be able to finally write the memoir I have always dreamed of, stemming from this blog. I am working on the actual book throughout my pregnancy. It will incorporate all the posts from both blogs and will have additional, never-before seen material included in the book. My ultimate goal is to create a series of memoirs capturing my adventures of raising the twins. Of course, this should prove to be interesting considering I have absolutely NO experience with babies and I am about to have TWO! So sit back, relax, and enjoy what is bound to be on hell of a - entertaining to you but terrifying to me- bumpy ride of a lifetime...
If you are interested in the events that lead up to my pregnancy, you can read all about it in my previous blog: