Love Overflowing

How it began..

I began blogging in January 2006 as my husband and I were trying going through hell and back invitro-fertilization.  I started writing as a form of therapy to help me get through each grueling shot, blood draw, tear and disappointment. Luckily for me, my story ended with tears of happiness. Despite all of the problems we faced, we were victorious! We had been blessed with a miracle- a child. Our daughter is now almost 2 years old!

My blog began as “A Day in the Life of a Scooby”, then “A Day in the Life of Scooby and her pup” and ended as “Sing your Life”. As my life has changed tremendously since the beginning of my writing, I thought it was time for a change of venue. I wanted to focus not so much on the past and it’s struggles but on the present with the loves of my life, my husband and daughter. I wanted to celebrate what we have now and what is to come.

“Sing your Life” still exists. I have imported many of the posts, beginning with my daughter’s birth. I am not ashamed of the path we chose to have her, I just chose to start fresh here, with Love Overflowing. If you are interested in our IVF journey or are going through a similar situation, please email me and I will send you the link to “Sing your Life” and will be more than happy to share our story with you.

I hope you enjoy reading about my crazy life as much as I love blogging about it!

One response to “How it began..

  1. Shelly Rippengale says:

    I would love to see your past blogs about your IVF experience. I have a 3 1/2 year old IVF miracle and I am always interested in others stories. I also work at the YMCA in San Diego – so that is how I stumbled across your blog. Best wishes!

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