If you're following our campaign, you probably noticed that we went quickly from 6% of our funds raised, to 68%. You might be wondering why, and since this documentary makes the filmmaking process as transparent as possibly, I want to make sure you know why. On Friday, we lowered our goal from $60,000 to $10,000. This was not a decision that we made lightly. A number of factors played into that decision, but the most important was a very exciting opportunity for this producti
1. You know someone struggling The numbers are staggering. 1 in 8 will struggle to conceive. 1 in 4 pregnancies will end in a loss. 1 in 160 deliveries will in with a child born still. Let these numbers sink in. You know someone affected by this journey, whether or not they speak about it publicly. They are your friends, your family and the person sitting next to you at church or at work. 2. Know your sex ed When a man’s sperm meets a woman’s egg it forms a zygote, this is a
If you had asked me five years ago how I felt about my miscarriage and secondary infertility, I probably would have found a way to avoid the conversation and, instead, turn it towards my then 3-yr-old daughter. I’d most likely have told you how grateful I was just to have her and maybe I would've said something along the lines of how lucky I was and how things were probably working out just the way they should – even though I had always assumed I would have two kids. I would'