About

Welcome to my blog!

My name is Sherry and I created this blog as mostly an outlet for all the emotions I had towards my battle with infertility, it has now evolved into my ongoing experience with Postpartum Depression and life with our twins as I was blessed with two little miracles in 2017.

I have been married since June of 2014 to my amazing husband, Mark. We were only married a few months before he deployed for the first time and shortly after he came back we discovered just how hard having children was going to be.

  My husband and I the day he returned from deployment. Taken by CO.KO. Photography11148398_10203900333320980_7733905424350038013_o

 

 

We began our journey with just our dogs that we have considered our furbabies since day one. They are Hector and Nala and have continued to be a big part of the family even with our twins now.

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In January of 2017 we PCS’d to our new duty station in California. Shortly after I discovered that our fertility treatments had worked as I was expecting twins much to our surprise! Unfortunately, it was a very difficult pregnancy which ultimately resulted in a month long NICU stay and myself fighting to survive from HELLP Syndrome ( A rare complication most often associated with Preeclampsia).

Our life now is hectic but I am slowly beginning to feel the joy as I learn to cope with my Postpartum depression and embrace the joy of my two little miracles.

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Our twins Scarlett Rosalinda and Revan Isaac. Pictured at 6 weeks old. 

 

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