Oliver. This is 2.5.


While my life is no longer consumed with tracking cycles, 2WW or bulk buying pregnancy tests.


Most days are replaced with monster trucks, fire trucks, garbage trucks and any trucks....Things I previously knew nothing about.


Oliver is a rambunctious little boy who shouts 3, 2, 1 blast off, while doing somersaults out of his crib. Obsessed with Blippi,dancing and a social butterfly who will say “hi” to any stranger on the street.He keeps me on my toes and grateful for the chaos.


The intense emotional turmoil of infertility is almost a distant memory,but the scars remain.

Questions about my 6 babies lost, linger.


Recently,I tested positive for antibody-RNP ribonucleoprotein and I wonder if more complicated immune issues could have contributed to any of my losses. Dr. Taylor ever so graciously entertains my questions.


I guess I will never know...I have come to terms with the end of my reproductive days and I am grateful for Olive Fertility supporting me with my extremely difficult case and journey.


  • Tami Main

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