Suzanne’s Story

My journey to having a family Every little girl grows up with dreams of finding her soulmate and then starting a family… This was my dream. After leaving school, I started my degree and soon met the man of my dreams. He was kind, caring, principled and the person that I realized I wanted to spend the rest of my …

Tanya’s Story

The philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once said, “Life can only be understood backward but it must be lived forward.” I always thought that everything in life would go according to my plans. I would finish school, choose a degree, study for a few years and after that, I would marry the man of my dreams. We would then spend the first …

Kara’s Story

I have started telling my story a number of times. I have stopped every time, as I have not wanted to revisit the past few years of my life. But I am ready to start a new chapter, which means ending the last one. It is a chapter that has had many highs and many lows. There has been much …

Ester’s Story

I always wanted a big family. I grew up the oldest of six and having a big family of my own was always “part of the plan”. As much as it was “part of the plan”, there was always this sense that I had, hovering in my subconscious, that it wouldn’t be so straight forward. I got married when I …

Alanna’s Story

I see my journey as a circle. It’s very big and very round, as a circle should be. It is filled with clarity and purpose and without a doubt, whole.  It is representative not only of who I am, but my story. When this circle first began, it was just a dot. A dot that grew and took many shapes …

Isn’t Life Strange…

We all assume that we will find the right husband and then, when we decide to have a family of our own, it will all just happen as planned. Isn’t falling pregnant the easiest and most natural thing in the world? Well for me and for many other couples this is not the case and in fact the complete opposite. …

How it all Began…..

As the mother of young triplets it was obvious to all those around us that we had experienced our own fertility challenges. It was during our many appointments at doctors’ waiting rooms that I thought how hard it must be not to have the funds available for treatments that were so desperately needed. If only we could help…..start an organisation …