Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Keeping Hope alive in 2010...

Dear Friends,

Where does the time go? It literally passes in the blink of an eye, and I'm finding it hard to believe that it's been almost four months since my last post. Our journey these past three and a half years has certainly been one full of excitement and disappointment, prayers, anxiety, true despair and heartache. And while we've had our share of ups and downs, we know that it's also been a journey filled with love, hope and faith. So much has happened within these last four months, and we hope & pray that the choices we've made going forward are the one's that will allow us to reach our dreams of having a family.

I'll share more of what we've been up to in another post, but for now we just wanted to say thank you, dear friends for sticking it out with us during the rough times and celebrating the good ones as well. Thank you for your support, your hope and your prayers when we needed it the most. We are happy to leave 2009 behind. It was a challenging year (to say the least). We hope & pray that 2010 is a better one, and until our dreams are realized we continue to be grateful, blessed and thankful for all that we have TODAY!

6 comments:

shawnandlarissa said...

It's good to *hear* from you. Hope 2010 is off to a good start

The Patterson's said...

Here's to 2010!!

Shannon said...

Glad to see a post from you. Here's hoping for nothing but good things for you in 2010!

Erica said...

Krisi I am so glad to see you are back! Every time I checked my blog roll, I would be sad to see that you hadn't been back yet. I know 2009 was a tough year, but you made it through and now there is a whole new year ahead of you. Can't wait to hear what you have been up to!

Erica

Momma said...

This fellow New Jerseyan has followed your blog for a long while now. I rarely ever comment but wanted you to know Im glad you're back & praying you have an awesome 2010. Hoping God reveals his plan for you and your husband soon. My husband & I battled infertility for many years until God revealed his plan for us. So we jumped off the IVF roller coaster and jumped on the adoption roller coaster. We thank God every single day for our wonderful blessing. This is not to say that adoption is for everyone. Please dont misunderstand me. After a few failed cycles and much disappointment and heartache God opened our hearts to adoption and it was what was right for us. Whatever your plan is I pray for a successful outcome and I look forward to following your journey.

Blessings,
Angie (NJ)

Sarah & Jeri Hull said...

Kristi,
I'm a friend of osuraj and decided to take a look at your blog. My husband and I will hopefully soon be doing a known egg donor transfer, and I was hoping it would be alright to ask you how you decided on your donor, if you feel you made the right choice using a known vs unknown, how you plan on telling your child (or will you tell?) and how will you tell your family (or will you?)

If you don't feel comfortable answering these questions, it's okay, I know it's really personal stuff. You can email me if you want so it's not posted on your blog. Kneblie05@gmail.com
Thanks,
Sarah