You grow up, you find the one you want to spend the rest of your life with, you get a dog, you buy a house, you get pregnant and you become a family. Seems easy right?
Chances are, someone you know is struggling with infertility and you don't know it. More than seven million people of childbearing age in the United States experience infertility.
Infertility is a topic that isn't talked about much and yet it is one of the most painful struggles a couple can go through. The pain is similar to the grief over losing a loved one, but it is unique because it is a recurring grief. Those that can not conceieve grieve the loss of the baby that they may never know. With each new month there is hope, and then when the bad news comes again, that hope transforms to heartbreak, anger, despair and loss.
All Kaye + Konrad wanted was to be parents and for 2 years they struggled with infertility. They went through a rollercoaster of emotions while watching everyone around them start families and couldn't help but wonder why not them. And then one day a miracle happened.
This is their story.