Monday, December 17, 2012

New Year, New Blog!

As you all know, our IVF journey is now over. This will be my last post on this blog. I want to thank everybody who supported Pat and I through one of the most emotionally intense experiences of our lives. Luckily, we have our two little ladies now. Life has never been sweeter. Each day is better than the day before. 2013 is another big year for our family. Pat will be starting medical school. With this new chapter, I have started a new blog. It will be life from the perspective of a wife of a doctor-in-training, mother of twins, balancing life/housework/family and how it all works to create what we call "our normal". Please feel free to follow our family as we continue to raise our beautiful daughters and tackle our new life as a family of four. I feel that this blog has helped so many (including myself!)! Just this past week, one of my blog followers traveled to Cincy to see Dr. Scheiber and is now expecting TWINS! He has gotten all of my blog followers pregnant (with TWINS)! It's been amazing, and I am glad my supporters have sought advice from my experience and applied it to their own situations. That is what this blog was all about. I hope you all found hope, inspiration, and love through my posts as that is why I love to write. Congrats to all of you who are now expecting, and good luck to those still on their journey!! I hope you still continue to follow us, as I will to you.

"Infertility does not define me, as it is one component of who I am."

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Much love,

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Congrats Dr. Hubby!

I know it has been awhile, but my little ladies have been keeping me pretty busy these days! As you would predict with having twins...I do not get many moments to myself during the day anymore. Those little peanuts require lots of mommy attention.

November was a HUGE month for my little family. First and foremost, Pat was accepted to medical school!!! This has been his dream since he was a child. I remember the night we met, he must have told me like 3 times. I always knew that was his goal and watching him work his tail off these past few years makes it so sweet. He was accepted here in Chicago so NO MOVING!!!! I would be lying if I said I was not worried about moving. With twins and having all my family nearby is just the support I need when Pat starts school! He will be attending Midwestern University/CCOM in Downers Grove in August! He is in the Class of 2017! I am beaming with excitement for him! We have two miracle babies and now Pat is starting medical just keeps getting better. As his wife, I must say, I have never seen him as happy as he is right now. I think he has everything he has ever wanted now. However, there is ALOT of hard work ahead of him, but I know he will tackle it just fine! He is the most intelligent (and also the most compassionate) person I have ever met. He is exactly where he was always meant to be. I am one proud wifey! It is fun watching him research specialties and plan his future in his medical career. It's the little things that make me smile. His list keeps changing but he is showing most interest in ortho, anesthesiology, and radiology. This can very easily change, but I love watching him plan. His dream is now our reality. There is never a dull moment in the Davis house, but I would not have it any other way!

I will be starting a new blog. I have a few new ideas in the works. Our IVF journey may be over for now, but we have so much more to share with the world with all of these new happenings and our growing ladies that I will continue to share. Stay tuned!