Today is a really surreal day for more than one reason for but one of those reasons is, it marks the 2 year point of my scar-versary. 2 years! How it’s flow.
Not only do I now have this somewhat impressive scar to try and learn to love an live with for the test of my life, it marks the ongoing issues that come along with it. It marks the process we as a couple have gone through towards our journey of a family. The added time, pressure, stress and heartache that it’s added to our journey and that’s come from having this operation.
From the routine operation it should have started with of key hole surgery to days in bed ill, travelling back to the UK an being told I needed emergency surgery an I could end up with a Colostomy bag or even at how Ill I actually was with sepsis
This life changing side to my life from the want of having a baby and a family with my husband.
I’d like to say I wouldn’t change it but.. there’s so many things I would change. At the end of the day, I’ve got it, it’s happened and we are still on our journey. Which hopefully, won’t take to much longer.
Let’s hope one day I can use this experience an the scar to prove just how god damn much we want a family an the things we have gone through to get the chance to get there. #ivfjourney#thisiswhereitstarted#ivfstrongertogether#girlswithscars#ivfbabble#picoftheday#letstalkaboutit#sepsis#surgery#instascar#proudofmyself#lifeisajourney#letstaketheride#instalove#instalife