This is the section where I write witty remarks about myself that will intrigue you enough to keep reading my blog. Problem is, I’m terrible at summing myself up on the internet. (I’m also secretly jealous of people who write amazing About Me sections, but let’s just keep that between us.)

What is there to say about myself except that I am one (in)fertility blogger amongst many?

But since I hate to completely disappoint, here’s the basic deets: I am Marixsa, a 30-something gal who’s been happily married to my wonderful husband, Jake*, since 2003.

Jake and I are proud parents to two ill-tempered kitties (Kitty and Mega Fluff) and one neurotically enthusiastic 65-pound lap dog (Puppy).

Oh, and why I’m here?  We’ve been trying to conceive our first baby since 2011 (got a sec? see our TTC Timeline!).

The doctors have ominously given us a 3 – 4% chance of conceiving naturally. But that doesn’t stop us.  Nor can it keep us from believing that God still performs miracles and will, in His perfect timing, bless us with the desire of our hearts.

Never stop believing that a miracle can happen to you!  Yes, you!  Me too! God is still very much in the miracle-making business. 

Few people in my real life know about our fertility struggles.  I started this blog as an outlet to navigate the maze of dealing with stage IV endometriosis, all-things-TTC, infertility treatments, miscarriages, surgeries, emotions, and other unexpected bits of life that creep up in between.

Above all else, I am trusting in God’s awesome promises and seeking Him throughout this sojourn to “…give the childless woman a family, making her a happy mother. Praise the LORD!” (Psalms 113:9 NLT).

*Names changed. I like my privacy. 


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