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May 15, 2010


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You are such a wonderful writer, Tanya. I haven't been saying that enough, but I've been reading every word here. I am so fortunate to know you! I wish there was a way for your letter to reach each person in its intended audience.


i'm sorry it's been a hard journey, but i'm glad that it's made you realize that you've still got a life to keep living while you wait.


I just love you to pieces. You are such an incredible human being. If you were near me now I would wrap my arms around you with a tight tight squeeze. XO's always.


Hi Tanya
Very well spoken!! I'm there with you sister!! Thanks for helping through your words to step back and appreciate my other roles - I am lucky to have little Nora! Take care and the best of luck my friend! xo


Tanya, that was so beautifully written, I understand some of those feelings too, Keep on writing..you should write a book,
Laura x


All I know to say to you is....I absolutely love you...and am so glad to hold your near and dear in my heart...xo

Christina Angelopoulos

Tanya, so well written. I am reading this with tears coming down my face. I have been here and I thank God everyday for our little "miracle". I really hear you when you say you picture what life would be like with your family of two. That is a huge step in the fertility process and it took me a long time to get there - then we became a family of three. I wish you all the happiness in this world. You and Dean are so lucky to have each other :).

Jill R

Hey Tanya,
I just happened to stop by and read this today. Oh my goodness, I can totally relate. You took the words right out of my mouth. I love the kids I have around. (As my best friend put it, she has a girl and my sister has a boy...they complete me) They are my heart. I to get a little sad when I hear someone is pregnant or spending time with the kids I do get a little jealous, but I'm lucky to have them. Hope all is well. Take care.
PS you always seem to bring tears to my eyes.

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