Liam Jamison & Ayla Snow
The happy ending we waited for.
The result from an overwhelming backing of support from our community, friends, and family – without Robert William, they wouldn’t have been possible.
In this blog you will find my writing and thoughts dated back to when the unthinkable occurred – in late 2011, at 26 years old, my uterus ruptured while 16 weeks 3 days pregnant. We lost the life of our first son, Robert William, and my ability to ever carry another child of my own. Out of tragedy comes hope, or at least for us it did. I began blogging to try and inspire other infertile women to seek hope in times of despair.
5/24/2019: I am in the process of updating my blog with the latest information in our story, and detailing the newest journey for our family: my breast cancer diagnosis.
I want to continue to share with transparency this new path I’ve been asked to walk, as so many others are and will be, as well. These paths are paved with uncertainty, fear, and isolation. I want to share and inspire others to also find the beauty, hope, faith, and strength that is hidden in the paths like ours, also.
Please share my blog, my story, and my message of hope with those who you may know struggling with infertility, or pregnancy/child loss. We are members of a precious sisterhood of mothers, and we are all in this together.
Much love & happy reading,