Monday, October 15, 2007

My Man

It's hard to imagine that something good could come from infertility. But it has. This journey has led me to see what a wonderful husband I have.

I don't have the words to express how kind, caring, loving, and devoted he has been to me these past few months. I mean he was always great but recently he's been exceptional. Sometimes I feel as if I've won some award.

So, baby, thank you for all your love. For holding me when I sobbed, for bringing me tea in bed, for not letting me lift a finger, for carrying my massive purse when the ovaries hurt, for the back rubs, for telling me we will be parents, for still having me as "baby momma" in your phone, for waking up in the middle of the night to make sure I am sleeping, and for trusting me even when I am wrong.

I love you angel.


mary ellen said...

I am so sorry about what you went through last week. How disappointing. I am so glad that you have such a wonderful hubby to help you through. Much love to you.

gracechild said...

:) it's nice to see the blessing in the storm. big hug

Bea said...

I'm so glad. You need someone to be your rock in all of this. Give him a hug from me for treating you so well!


Amanda said...

I am so glad that you have such a wonderful man to stand by your side. It is always more comforting to know that someone is there for you that way. :-)

Anonymous said...

You are so very lucky to have a husband such as you do. Mine is not sympathetic, never asks how I feel, everything is about how he feels about all of this. Well, he has 2 children from a previous, I have none and have been going through infertility since I'm 31, now I'm 39. My first husband was wonderful, with it, till the end, then he changed. But good for you

Beagle said...

I'm glad you have each other to get through the hard times and I hope that happier times are just around the corner.

Jayleigh said...

1. What a beautiful blog template! I love it.

2. "This journey has led me to see what a wonderful husband I have." I'm glad you know that. My husband has been like that through this infertility-go-round as well. Never thought I could have loved him more, but I do.

3. Sorry to read about your recent BFN. I'm in the 2ww right now... not that I really have anything to hope for... I just really thought that, you know, I might be... even though ... ya know.