I am Logan. My husband is Andrew. We moved to Georgia about two years ago, when my husband quit his job as a high school teacher to pursue his doctorate in chiropractic. He is now about halfway through the four year program.
Around the same time that we moved to Georgia for Andrew to begin school, we also started fertility treatments. I was diagnosed with PCOS in December of 2012, but we knew long before that diagnosis that it would be difficult for us to have children.
This blog is the story of our journey through chiropractic school, through infertility, and toward parenthood. It is the story of our progress and setbacks, our ups and downs, and the awesome-ness of our Lord, Jesus Christ, through it all, because after all, it is He who is writing our story.
I am so honored that you are here, and sharing this part of our lives with us.
***Update: After a grueling IVF cycle that was cancelled due to complications, we had a daughter through frozen embryo transfer on June 15, 2014. You can read more about her birth here. To read more about our TTC journey, click here.
Like Ephesians 3:20, this blog is a doxology of praise to the One with power that is beyond understanding.
“Now to the God who can do so many awe-inspiring things, immeasurable things, things greater than we ever could ask or imagine, through the power at work in us, to Him be all glory forever and ever. Amen.” -Ephesians 3:20-22, The Voice translation
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