Thursday, July 8, 2010


I thought I would open up my blog to give you (my readers) the opportunity to ask any questions you may have for me or feel free to post a general comment, start a discussion with other readers, share your own stories or offer advice.

I also want to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who has been supporting me in my blogging! It can be quite daunting to start writing a blog about such a personal battle so I really appreciate all your support up to this point and beyond!


  1. I love your Blog Haidee, you make me laugh, cry, smile with your words.. The tribute you did for your mum was just beautiful, i'm sure she is very proud of the woman you have become and watching over you with great joy, her drawings are also amazing.
    I hope your dream of becoming a Mummy isnt to far away, i pray your BFP is in hands reach...
    With Love your friend always,

  2. You have a great way of writing Haidee, I feel myself reading, nodding my head in agreeance with what you just said. Or laughing out loud (wii or crying along with your words.

    I really do hope you get that wonderful BFP soon, you'll be an awesome mummy.. You deserve that little bundle in your arms.

    Kerry xox

  3. Dear Haidee
    I have only just found your blog, but I think it's wonderful. I laughed & cried as I read through all your old posts - it's almost as if you're telling my story (TTC 2.5y, severe endometriosis + polyps, multiple surgeries, 4 rounds of IVF - all BFN, now zoladex in preparation for our next go in September). To make myself well I have given up my job, started seeing a psychologist, joined a gym, and am planning my makeover (if only I didn't feel guilty about spending money on myself).
    Please don't stop writing. It helps to know that someone else understands what I'm going through, and that they can put it into words when I can only cry.
    Thank-you, and good luck.

    Wellington Gemini

  4. Haidee,

    I have really been enjoying the post you write. It really does make me laugh and cry all in one post. Also you mother tribute is beautiful and part of who you are and fits perfect in this blog. Keep the blogs coming and now that I have worked out how to comment, I'll do it more. He, he, he!

    Thanks again,


  5. I've just found your blog, and have sat and read all the entries from start to finish. It has really helped. I am 35, been TTC for 16 months, have just had my first appt with my FS and heading into more testing over the next few weeks. I am just starting to get frustrated and more upset than I thought I would be, in what are the early stages of this process (compared to a what a lot of other women have been through). I honestly thought I'd be super cool about it all, and not get upset until I ended up further down the line with this. But in the past couple of weeks I have had 3 different friends announce their pregnancies to me (all of them successfully getting pregnant on the first month of trying) and once I say my polite congratulations and walk away, I just burst into tears, and feel like I'm a horrible person. I now realise that it's common for women to feel this way, when they are struggling with infertility. Your blog has helped heaps.

    Thank you.