A follower asks, "Do you think by seeking medical intervention to try to conceive (Metformin, Clomid, or even searching for the right cocktail of supplements) is something that women of faith should do? I am torn and often wonder if by me doing these things than I am saying that I am putting my faith in medicine and not in God." Read more to discover Waiting for Baby Bird's thoughts on the matter.
Have you ever felt forgotten by God? Have you ever felt rejected and abandoned by Him? Have others said you just need more faith, THEN, God would bless you? If so, this Q & A is for you.
"Dear Waiting for Baby Bird" is similar to the popular newspaper column, Dear Abby. Followers, readers, and those just in need of advice, write to Waiting for Baby Bird their questions regarding infertility and loss. She then posts her responses for others who might have similar questions or concerns.
Most days I think I'm doing okay with this whole infertility thing. I have my grief under control, my bitterness in check, my doubts erased, and my plans surrendered on the when and the how. But then there are days when it hits me like a freight train and all it takes is walking past the display of “Baby’s First Christmas” outfits to make me crumble. Or seeing photos on Facebook of my best friend's three kids sitting on Santa’s lap to make me ugly cry for hours…may be off and on for days. The Christmas season can be hard. And if I am not careful, if I dwell too long on my shattered plans and unanswered prayers, I will sink below the weight of them. So, what do I do when my soul feels crushed and my heart is heavy? I remember Hope. But not the the feeling of hope. Or the wishful thinking kind. Continuing reading to find out how to have hope for the holidays during infertility and loss.
You might want to grab some snacky snacks and get settled into a comfy chair because while I contemplated on giving you a cliff note version of how the building became this ministry's headquarters, I realized you wouldn't truly know what a miracle it is. So, again, grab the snacks, and let's get started! Five… Continue reading “The Building With the Green Doors”