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  1. Hello,
    I just wanted to say that your story and updates, I truly can relate to. Having had my own share of struggles with infertility for the past 4 years, age 39 and still trying to conceive my first. The ongoing disappointments, prayers and seeing everyone else get pregnant is so depressing. I think what’s most frustrating for me is in knowing that I have no control over my body, and now that I have made a decision to have a baby, the dream may or may not come true. From oral medication, to a miscarriage at almost 8 weeks, followed by a D&C. I took a bit of a break, only to have a hysteroscopy and be told there was scar tissue to be removed, then 2 cycles of injectables an IUI cycle, back to oral medication and now I await a follow-up with my doctor. I live in Ontario, so the last step for me will be to have an IVF cycle covered through our healthcare. Financially not sure there is much more I can do, given my insurance does not cover a lot of procedures and medication needed for infertility. Hoping and praying for a 2016 miracle, for the both of us

    Good luck!

  2. I have recently started my ivf journey after having four unsuccessful IUI treatments, I’m just looking for a place to have someone to ask questions to and maybe get answers and also to see if what I am experiencing is “normal” .

    • I am also just starting the IVF process. We had 3 IUI’s and Doctor said it was pointless doing anothe one so now on to IVF. We live in Ontario so the first one is covered which is great but seems like the wait is forever! I don’t know anyone going through the same thing as me so it’s nice to read what other people are going through and know I’m not alone in this.

  3. I just want to say I found your blog because I am a part of an online Asherman’s group and I read a lot of your posts and now the tears are just streaming down my face. I have so been in your shoes and felt ALL your same emotions and it’s nice to know that I was not alone on my journey. So many women struggle in silence and I just wish it was something we could talk about more openly. You should really consider making this a book! I wish you the best of luck on your continued journey and I can’t wait to see you have the miracle that are so meant to have! XO

  4. Hi,

    I read your blog and was very inspired by your courage during this journey of infertility. Having been going through a similar cycle of secondary infertility since the past 2 years and a failed IVF cycle at the age of 28 due to POA (Premature Ovarian Aging), I completely know what it feels like to get disappointed of seemingly the most basic joys of life – month after month, year after year. I just felt so alone during this journey because I was too embarrassed to share my story with my completely fertile friends getting pregnant one by another.
    That’s when I started researching infertility blogs to find out about other women going through similar heartaches. I wish everyone still trying the best of luck and hope to share my story with others so that they don’t feel alone in this difficult time.

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