Sunday, November 28, 2010

Need to Vent!

I am officially sick of seeing pregnancy tickers, ultrasound photos, baby pics, preggo belly pics, and comments about how people hate being pregnant on Facebook!!  It seems like every my news feed refreshes, there is someone new saying something about their new family or their family to be.  Some days I really feel like putting something on my status to the effect of what I said earlier, or unfriending everyone with the "perfect happy family" but then I realize that if I did  that I probably would have about 12 friends on Facebook. 

Don't get me wrong, I am very happy that people are having babies, as it has happened for centuries and will continue until the end of time, but honestly I am very jealous.  It seems as though people who don't even want babies or like babies can just sneeze and get pregnant and are then like Whoops! There are so many people like Brian and I around that have been together forever and would do just about anything to have a baby. Its just frustrating to say the least.

 I know that most people do not understand the world of infertility and couldn't possibly understand how much it feels like a slap in the face every time you see babies or someone pregnant. I think that if people were educated on the issue of infertility, maybe they would be more sensitive but who knows. 

On a happy side note, I finished the literature review part of my paper that I have to write for my Master's degree! It took a long time, many distractions, and much support from my dear husband but I finally got 'er done! Yippee! =D


SarciMarie said...


You inspire me to BITCH and not apologize to anyone.

Thank you. The more I think about it, the more I believe I am pro-choice.

Pro-choice to tell people to "SHUT THE FUCK UP" about their uterus in my presence. Pro-life for my own little world.

Jessica Anne said...

Yeah, I just think that people don't know what a toll infertility takes on a person and how hard it is to be constantly surrounded by people that hurt you un intentionally