Dear 17 Year Old Kemi

Dear Kemi, Whilst it's been 5 years since you started your period, I thought it would be important to let you know how crucial it is that you track it... When I say track it, I'm talking about meticulously recording the start and end dates of your cycle. The reason for this is that it … Continue reading Dear 17 Year Old Kemi

A different kinda low 

This year, I've decided that I need to stop partially writing posts and letting them build up in my drafts folder. So... here's one that I started in November 2017 and finished this month. Take a look at the image below... does this sum up how you feel sometimes, even when you've got the biggest … Continue reading A different kinda low 

A Little Encouragement for 2018

Happy New year Everyone! Wow, 2017, was definitely a beautiful year for me! I pray that wherever you are on your journey, you can look back at 2017 and smile at it all. On the 31st December, I did an Instagram Live event called 'Let's pray... Together' and was pleased with the amount of people … Continue reading A Little Encouragement for 2018

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 🙈  From the moment … Continue reading The Politics of Infertility 

Women’s Health Evening

I'm still buzzing from last Thursday! My first event with Thurrock CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) was a success! Honestly, it took a lot for me to come to this conclusion because I spent the first hour feeling deflated about the small (15) number of people who were in attendance. Myself and the CCG had planned … Continue reading Women’s Health Evening