A mother-of-one (with another on the way). An educator, dreamer, and someone who never thought she could make a baby simply by the way nature intended for it to be.
She scratched that wanderlust itch by travelling around the world with her husband before settling down to have babies. A full-time working mother to two little girls, who were conceived in petrie dishes and survived the harrowing journey up the uterus.
A full-time working mum to two boys, born 22 months apart. She remains sane and her sense of humour is still, amazingly, intact. Travelling on business is now a luxury because it means she can watch movies on the plane and sleep on a bed with nobody to kick her to that tiny sliver in that corner.
New mum who is surviving that awful, foggy, sleep-deprived haze one feed at a time. She’s an educator and an infertility warrior, who does not suffer fools gladly. She also finds it surreal that she is now a mother.