Then again, I look at our life, at our toddler and think the timing was perfect. When we got married, we didn't go on birth control. I knew I wasn't ovulating, but our thought process was, let's see what happened. And for a year and a half nothing happens. We would have been pleased to get pregnant right away, it would have been a welcome surprise, but that's not what happened. Instead, our son was born a month after our second wedding anniversary and that was perfect! We got two years to create memories, save money, and live in a tiny, one bedroom apartment. Our life would have been very different if we had gotten pregnant right away and I'm so thankful for the time that we had as a childless couple.
I'm trying to remind myself all of that now as I impatiently wait for my period to start. I'm thankful for the time with our toddler. The memories of one-on-one time, the ease of getting just one child at the door when we want to leave. I'm trusting that things don't happen in my time, but at the right time. And that is comforting.
Cloth Diaper Revival. I'm a stay at home mom to Noah and a wife to Chas, the cloth diapering dad. I used to be a 3rd grade teacher until I was blessed with the birth of my first child, Noah. I'm currently trying to conceive my second child while struggling with infertility due to PCOS. This series covers my journey and my experiences along the way.