Sentence from the article:
"Nearly two-thirds of women undergoing I.V.F. will have a child by the sixth attempt, suggesting that persistence can pay off, especially for women under 40."
If I wrote this article, my sentence would be:
More then one third of women undergoing I.V.F. will NOT have a child by the sixth attempt.
I am already 40+, so it doesn't really make sense for me to read articles like this. It doesn't matter any more, at least not for me.
I took my cousin's kids (aged 3 and 6) for a fun day, we attended some animation programme for the kids. It was my Christmas gift for them (what I wanted to give them were nice experiences & lovely memories / kids now have enough of material things anyway).
It was nice. But at the end of the day I felt empty. It is hard to see what infertility took away from me, for good.
In the last few days I got some beautiful emails, thank you. I was deeply touched when reading them.