This Runner's Trials


My path to pregnancy wasn't a direct one. After 19 months, one surgery for endometriosis, five rounds of fertility treatments, thousands of dollars, and countless tears, I finally got pregnant with my son. Then, in between my babies, I experienced two early pregnancy losses. I was even told I miscarried my daughter, but she hung on! My children are proof that miracles happen. My infertility journey may be over, but it's something I will never forget.

pregnancy wyatt

Top infertility posts:

Here we go again

Coping conundrums

Whatever it takes

The emotions I don't want to feel

Infertility myth: you're alone

Don't ignore...

What went right

Before we get into the pregnancy details

Pregnancy after infertility: the fear

Top pregnancy posts:

My miracle

The body I fear I'll never get back

Baby registry help (see the awesome comments section)

Belly shots:

The question everyone asks a pregnant woman (week 13)

Week 14

Week 15

Week 16

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Staying active:


Pregnant in running shoes

Pregnant in goggles

Running for two: keeping it comfortable

Accepting my new limits

How I'm still running in the third trimester

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  1. You are such an inspiration to me!! I have never had normal periods and am underweight (5’5, 110 lbs). I was not a runner but a gymnast and even thought i don’t work out anymore i’m still very active and cant gain weight. I tried 3 rounds of clomid with only one sucessful ovualation. I am now going to REACH in Charlotte and just found out i have PCOS and thin linning. I just finished a round of cronine to start my period and am waiting to start my first round of anastrozole just like you did!! I am hoping that i will have the same happy ending as you!!! Thank you for your blog :)

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