Waiting for Baby Bird

My Story on the Joy+Infertility Podcast

You have read my words and now is your opportunity to hear my voice! Joy + Infertility recently interviewed me for my first ever podcast and it is now available for your listening pleasure! I talk all the things…infertility, leading a support group, PCOS, finding hope, losing hope, refusing to have hope, and our surprise foster care + adoption journey. But more importantly, and above all, I talk about how my faith has grown since the little one in my womb stopped.

So check it out! My prayer is that you not only see my wounds but also my scars. Because it’s my scars that will show you wounds, even your wounds, can and will and do heal. You can listen to the podcast (Episode 6: Part 1 and 2) here.

{Joy + Infertility is a podcast designed to encourage women walking through the ups & downs of trying to conceive.}

I would love to get connected with you on a more personal level, so if you liked this post, pass it on. Then find Waiting for Baby Bird on Facebook, or come follow me on Instagram @waitingforbabybird. I can’t wait to “meet” you!

If you are looking for a faith-based infertility community of other women who just “get it”, then head over to the *PRIVATE* Waiting for Baby Bird Support group for hope + encouragement. There you will find opportunities to ask for prayer, watch *LIVE* encouragement videos from me, author of “Waiting for Baby Bird”, as well as be able to share your heart with others on the same path, enter into exclusive giveaways, and so much more! So what are you waiting for? Find us here!

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