Welcome to Just Stop Trying and It Will Happen, my cathartic blogging attempt so named because of some not-very-helpful advice I’ve received over and over again in conversations about my fertility (or lack thereof).

Also, because I speak fluent sarcasm.

I am a thirty-two-year-old small-town Michigan girl, transplanted to the big city for what other reason than love and all the crap that comes with it.

I’m a happily married mother of one angel baby, and this blog is all about my journey to a take-home baby.

Well, not just my journey – our journey.  I’m keeping my husband around because–you know–men:

You can live with ’em, but you can’t have babies without ’em.

…And I will have babies.  Oh yes.  I will.

One comment on “Welcome

  1. Valerie J. Wayne
    April 15, 2014 at 4:48 pm #

    Tracy, I am in awe of you and your “journey” as a 57 year old mother who went through infertility in the grassroots days. My journey is bittersweet as most and your blog so resonates with what I went through after 8 and half years of treatment with Unexplain infertility. Keep doing what your doing Tracy.


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