Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3…

It has been a while. I didn’t plan to finish on the last post but every time I came back, it seemed like such a perfect pause, I didn’t want to disturb it. I am also aware that most people who find me are looking for answers to their own fertility problems and I wasn’t sure how to be the woman with three kids talking about how hard it is not to be able to have children.

I have been talking about it though. In January, I was on Ireland AM on TV3 talking about older women and IVF.

In April, I participated in an Irish Times articles on miscarriage.

In June, I was interviewed for an Irish Independent article on AMH testing.

I have also done a couple of radio interviews and maybe a few other things I have forgotten about.

So I am still here and still thinking about infertility, if not in the middle of it myself.

In fact, I have a work in progress, something big and exciting, that I will tell you about very soon.

In the meantime, hello and welcome back!!!

30 Replies to “Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3…”

  1. Hi Fiona, glad to be hearing from you again. I’ve been following this site on and off for years and have always found your writing insightful and inspiring. I myself have been battling infertility for years….I just got a BFP this morning, hopefully it will be a sticky pregnancy. >_<

  2. Hey Fiona

    brill to see you posting! You’re always incredibly sensitive and I never find it hard to read your stuff. Hey Claudia, lovely news, the very, very best of luck!


  3. Hi Fiona,

    I agree, the photo of you and Harry was a perfect pause for the blog. I am sure you are very busy with your three little ones. Hope they are all doing well.

    My little miracle lad is now 19mths, he is as mad as they come LOL, has me knackered most of the time. I still look at him in disbelief that he is here with me. It was such a long journey, but so worth the wait 🙂 he is truly medicine to my heart.

    Will pop in more often now that you are back on track.

    Best Regards,

  4. Hey there! Didn’t see any of the replies until now, WordPress not alerting me, must get that fixed.

    Anyway, great to hear from you My Reality, hope the three of you are doing well, love to see pics of K.

    Claudia – that is fantastic news! Hope it is going really well for you.

    Jeanette – great to hear from you, hope you are doing ok.

    Denise – glad to hear R is doing so well. I know exactly what you mean about the disbelief – I stare at mine every day and still can’t believe I got so lucky.

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