Emperor Penguins

The other day I was listening to a sermon by Bishop TD Jakes and he used an analogy of penguins huddling together to illustrate his point about people working together and supporting one another. I became very curious and began researching more on the Emperor Penguin. My top five facts are Emperors are the largest … Continue reading Emperor Penguins

Unexplained Anovulatory Cycles: Sosina and Lee’s journey to adoption

The fertility journey... what a journey it is! Over the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of connecting with some amazing and inspiring people who have been and are still on their journey to parenthood. I remember when there were times that I felt no one could imagine the depth of my pain … Continue reading Unexplained Anovulatory Cycles: Sosina and Lee’s journey to adoption

The Politics of Infertility 

Yesterday, I had the privilege of attending 'The Politics of Infertility' at the Houses of Parliament. Now, for someone who lived in the heart of London for 23 years of their life, it's pretty embarrassing for me to say that I have never even been close to the Houses of Parliament ­čÖł  From the moment … Continue reading The Politics of Infertility┬á