So, it looks like another 4 months have ticked by without any updates to this little blog. But I am always so excited (and a little surprised) to see that I’m still getting lots of webhits and the occasional email from a reader. I often forget that there are still lots of us out there, struggling with vag. And so, because of that, I’d like to offer a little bit of new hope.
It’s still early, so I do feel like I’m tempting fate a bit, by putting that out there. But we are almost at the 12 week mark. And, not gonna lie, I’m still in disbelief.
2 years ago, I was the girl who never thought sex would be possible, let alone a pregnancy and a baby. Although I was pushing forward with treatment, I actually didn’t really believe that I would ever see this day. I *hoped* I would see this day. But in the back of my mind, I don’t think I ever really thought it would actually happen.
Am I 100% cured of the vag? Heck no. It took a lot of hard work, pain, creative maneuvering, tears, heartache and determination to get me to this point. And every time we have sex (which hasn’t been frequent lately – the nausea doesn’t help!), it’s still not the wonderful, spontaneous, do-it-like-they-do-in-the-movies kind of sex. But I’m ok with that. Because I am a bazillion times farther ahead than I ever thought I would be.
So, I want to encourage you to keep going. There is a solution out there for you. Find that determination and just keep taking steps forward, even if they are baby steps. If I can help, let me know. Send me a note, ask me questions – I’m an open book. And I’m going to try and write more here.
I have a pipedream of one day making this blog more than just my little corner of the world. I don’t know that it will ever really happen – but I never thought I’d be growing a tiny person in my belly one day either