“This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.”
My name is Tiffany and I’m 27 years old, or young depending on how you look at it. I’m a mother to a beautiful little girl. Abby is now 9 years old and if you’re doing the math then I’m sure you’ve realized that I had her when I was 18. I was very nervous about being a young mother but I had great role models. Between her birth and now, her dad and I decided that even though we loved our baby girl very much, we were not compatible as a couple and I filed for a divorce.
4 years ago I met my soul mate. It happened so quickly that I thought it couldn’t possibly last.
Fast forward to 4 years and I’m happy to say that we’re still going strong. Not only that but he stepped up to become a role model for my daughter. I was really worried about marrying again because I’ve read and heard so many bad things about step parents but I guess I’m one of the lucky ones. James couldn’t love Abby anymore if hr were her natural father.
Yeah, life is good. However, something is missing. Our little angel. After trying for 2 years to conceive it finally happened. Only it wasn’t as expected. I was in pain. A lot of pain. I had a pregnancy test which confirmed what I thought but I couldn’t understand the pain. This pregnancy was so much different than when I carried Abby. After having an ultrasound, the doctor gave us the bad news. You see, I was pregnant in my tubes. Not only that but I was 4 months pregnant and my tube was already starting to rupture. I had to have surgery and our precious little bundle of joy went to heaven.
We have talked about having another child because we both want that more than anything. And we’re still trying. Because they had to remove my tube, my chances are only 50% that I will be able to get pregnant again. We’ve talked about trying to have fertility treatments. But realistically, it’s not in our budget at this time. It could take many tries before it might work and that’s too big of an if at this time.
Not wanting to give up, I did some research on the internet and came across Stork OTC. Which
is also found at Target in the family planning section next to the ovulation test kits location. I thought why not it’s worth a try and is so affordable when compared to other methods we’d have to try. “The Stork OTC is a uniquely designed innovative device you use at home, during ovulation, to assist your chances of becoming pregnant.”
I’m going to be serving as a Twitter Party Panelist for a Stork OTC Twitter chat on July 20th at 8pm EST. We’re going to be discussing infertility. I’d love for you to join me. Be sure to use the hashtag #TTCwithStorkOTC so I’ll be able to find your tweets.
Before you head out to get your own Stork OTC, there are 2 important things I want to point out.
If you buy 2 Stork OTC’s at Target between July 16th and the 19th you’ll get a $30 Target Gift Card. PLUS, you can save 25% on a Single Device at the Stork OTC Store through the end of July.