About Me

Trisha: The infertile. Late 20’s, diagnosed with PCOS. Had right ovary removed in Jan. 2011 after a bad clomid reaction. Loves to read, sleep, be sarcastic and be with family. The optimistic pessimist. Not a morning person.  Licensed cosmetologist.

J: The husband. Early 30’s. Gamer in work and play. Nerd but in a really cute manly way. Funny. Doesn’t care what people think about him. Patient with his crazy wife. Restless and always wanting a new adventure.

Muppet: The incredibly smart, gorgeous baby girl whom I am proud to call my daughter. Ethiopian / Black. Adopted. My whole world.

SoCal: The home. Lived in Southern California for over 4 years. It’s sunny here. Not sure if that is a good or bad thing.

Everyone else: The people who listen to me whine. That means you!

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7 responses to “About Me

  1. I have to tell you that reading your blog (from start to finish), I feel like I’m listening to myself…but in a good way. Reading it, I laughed out loud, cried a little, and more than a few times said, “yes!” Wishing you well in the Year of the Dragon!

  2. veetamia

    Hi Trisha! I just found your blog and felt that your words hit close to home! I’m also 26, married in October 2007 and struggling through the same infertility stuff… and I used to live in Souther CA but just moved to Europe (where my husband is from!). I barely started a blog of my own after a failed IVF…it’s wonderful to have an outlet for all these confusing emotions.
    I hope we both can achieve our dreams of motherhood sooner rather than later 🙂
    Thank you for sharing your story!

  3. Hey- how did you get the cute little picture at the header of your blog? I love it!

  4. A fellow blogger, Hoping on Hope, just recommended your blog to me and I am really looking forward to following you. We too are turning to adoption to grow our family after experiencing recurrent pregnancy loss and I really look forward to learning from you. Thank you so much for sharing your journey!

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