7 Things Women Struggling with Infertility Wish You Would Say.

I’m always grateful for the chance to write over at EmpowHER. This week I’m sharing 7 things you can say to help a friend who is struggling with infertility. Pop on over and give it a read!

This is certainly not a complete list and there are always different seasons a friend may be going through where other words of encouragement may be applicable. But I would love to hear from you! Comment below and let me know what someone has said that has helped you, or what you wish someone would say. Let’s keep the conversation going, as education is a key part of support in this journey!

Click here to read ‘7 Things Women Struggling with Infertility Wish You Would Say’.

PS – A brief update! I am now 10 weeks pregnant, with my SCH reducing in size considerably! Praise the LORD! Both babies are looking strong and healthy. At our last ultrasound on Monday, we got to see both of them moving around and squirming! Baby B started the dance moves and our nurse practitioner said he/she woke Baby A who started dancing away too. It was beyond precious to see and I think for both Josh and I, made everything feel a little more real! PRAISE GOD!

We truly are in awe of His miracles. In the last 9 years, we hoped and prayed persistently for this day and this season, but at times, it was tough to believe it would ever really be here. I pray so much that our story brings HOPE to the hearts of those hurting and wondering if their day will ever come. Friends, we understand. And I pray that you are comforted tonight, in whatever season you are in, to know that He does see and hear your cries and requests. I wish I understood His timing more and could hand out Fast Passes to each of you aching. But please, be encouraged to know you are never alone and this tough, grueling road is not in vain. Press on dear sisters. I am praying for you each day.

Romans 12:15 has been on my heart constantly these last weeks: “Be happy with those who are happy, and weep with those who weep.” Thank you all for rejoicing with us and know that we are joining you with empathy and weeping in your days of hurting too. I am grateful to know we serve a God who is capable of gathering us in His arms in both the days of rejoicing and the days of weeping.

With love,


7 thoughts on “7 Things Women Struggling with Infertility Wish You Would Say.

  1. Hephzibah says:

    Wow…I’m so happy for you and your family Chelsea, 9years is no joke! The good Lord would see you through and your babies would be born safely and grow in the fear and knowledge of the lord. Currently in the stimulation phase of my ivf cycle, please keep me in prayers that all would go well. Cheers!

  2. Kate says:

    Chelsea!!! I haven’t been on my blog in a while, but this popped up! I didn’t know you were pregnant! With TWINS!!!! Oh my word, God is AMAZING!!!! Just over the moon for you…I so understand all the emotions. So, so, so overjoyed! My boys are almost 20 months now – crazy!!! It’s a crazy life with twins, but so, so amazing!!! I will have to go back and read your whole story!!!!

  3. Rebecca Fittery says:

    Yay! I have been hoping for a pregnancy update. PTL. Praying for you guys. And a great reminder list especially as we approach the Holidays.

  4. Sui says:

    Dear Chelsea,

    My eyes are full with tears, I pray that everything goes smoothly & no matter you are going to keep your faith & strength.
    My transfer is tomorrow 12/6/2016 and all I can do is stay positive and pray and let God work his miracles. Your verses are truly inspriring, using one right now in my prayers.

    Stay strong always, love, hugs, hopes, faith to you and your family.


  5. scrambledeggsandsundry says:

    Dear Chelsea, I have been following your story and just your blog in general for quite some time. I haven’t been on here for about three months and I am so joyful to hear that you are now expecting! I am so very happy for you and your family! The journey is so long and hard, and I have always enjoyed your updates. I will definitely be following and thinking positive thoughts for you and your new little miracles!

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