Tag: facebook

Pretending you’re pregnant isn’t cute (via Yolk: A blog about eggs and sperm)

Because I couldn’t have said it better myself. Ever. I'm really super pissed off at Facebook this morning (even more so than usual). Yesterday, I saw someone post the status, "I'm eight weeks and craving bananas." So naturally, I got on the Twitter and vented my anger as this grand eight week pregnancy announcement. I

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“Out”

I think I just officially “outed” myself as an Infertile on my personal Facebook page. It’s a little nerve-wracking, but freeing at the same time… The status update that’s been floating around Twitter really got me, and I couldn’t help but throw it up on my own page, too. “Infertility is a heart-wrenching, faith-questioning, relationship-testing,

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Drumroll Please…

Okay friends, you’ve all suffered long enough! The big secret I have been dying to tell you is finally ready to go public…

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You’re Not Legit Till You’re Facebook Official!

…And so, we are. Thanks for coming; tell your friends. 🙂

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