Top Blog Posts of 2016


It’s that time again where we take a moment to reflect on the past year before jotting down our resolutions. As we reflect on the months passed, let’s remember the top blog posts of 2016:

Elisha who blogs at Waiting For Baby Bird shares her 7 reSOULutions for the new year and invites you to do the same.

We don’t always think of the pain that may come from the loss of embryos. In this post, Elisha shares her story in hopes that friends and family of those struggling with fertility treatments understand this loss.

Elisha wrote an open letter to all infertility wives who may often feel lonely in their journey.

A beautiful post from Logan who blogs at With Great Expectation about the “weird and wonderful experience” she had during her pregnancy and motherhood after infertility.

When you are in the thick of fertility treatments, it may be hard to feel thankful as you gather with family and friends for Thanksgiving dinner. In this post, Elisha reminds us it’s alright to be a little vulnerable.

For National Infertility Awareness Week, Tina who blogs at Foggy Mommy shared 11 things she wishes she’d known before starting fertility treatments. This is a great post for anyone just starting or early in their journey.

PCOS affects as many as 5 million women in the United States. Here Logan shares how she was able to find the silver lining in her struggle with PCOS.


We hope you enjoyed reading these posts as much as we enjoyed sharing them with you!


About Author

Stephany Foster

Stephany Foster is the Associate Scientific Writer at Recombine, a genetic testing company based in New York City. She writes on topics spanning fertility, reproductive medicine, and recent advances in genomics. Stephany also writes about recently published research that Recombine presents at conferences and meetings around the globe. Before joining Recombine, Stephany interned at the George Church Lab at Harvard Medical School. She graduated from Brown University with an A.B. in Biology in 2014.