Almond Flour Thumbprint Cookies

I have been wanting to learn how to be more resourceful with Almond Flour.  It can be difficult to bake with alternative gluten free flours, because they absorb and bake different than regular flour. Earlier this week I was having a sweet tooth and wanted to try my hand at almond flour cookies.  I have… Continue reading Almond Flour Thumbprint Cookies

PCOS… a letter to the newly diagoned

Dear PCOSister, Welcome to the unique sisterhood and world of PCOS. You've just left the doctor's office, and received the news that you have PCOS, Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome.  Something that millions of women live with, and there are a million different versions of it, not just one molding of it. As you move forward… Continue reading PCOS… a letter to the newly diagoned

Difficult Roads

On Mother's Day, I received an anonymous gift.  In side was a card letting me know someone was thinking of me this Mother's Day, a beautiful necklace and a quote that was just what I needed at that very moment, and still use it to draw strength and encouragement from: "Difficult roads often lead to… Continue reading Difficult Roads

Baby Making Journey Update

I can't believe how quickly this year is flying by...It's already May!!!  And May is practically over.  One good thing about this year flying by is that we are getting closer to having our next appointment to find out what our next step will be in this Baby Making Journey. The last few months have… Continue reading Baby Making Journey Update

PCOS: 5 Things I’ve Learned

I recently went through some of my past journals reading about the experiences I've had since being diagnosed with PCOS in October 2016.  While reading, I re-experienced the feelings of sadness, yearning to have a baby, and unanswered questions that I was going through. It also reminded me some of the challenges I conquered and… Continue reading PCOS: 5 Things I’ve Learned