I am always incredibly thankful to friends I have met through this journey. And I love working with them! Thank you Tegan for your follow up piece with me today!

Also, please pick up Tegan’s new novel, INCONCEIVABLE! Despite not being a regular romance novel reader, I absolutely loved this book!

Tegan Wren Writes

EUCoverJustine Froelker is the author of Ever Upward, a memoir of her journey through infertility and the decision she and her husband made to live as a childfull couple. Justine created this word to mean a life that’s full of opportunities to be around children, to love them, and be a part of their lives while not being parents themselves. The book chronicles a heartbreaking, emotional, and beautifully-told journey of how they arrived at their decision and how they’ve embraced.

I am so inspired by Justine’s transparency as she continues to share about her life and gives voice to this choice that sometimes invites criticism and sparks controversy. (For the record, I’m supportive of couples finding the resolution to their infertility that’s right for them, whether that be pregnancy through fertility treatments, surrogacy, adoption, childfull living, or any other option.)

March third marks the one year anniversary of Ever…

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2 thoughts on “The Continuing Story of Ever Upward: Childfull Living After Infertility

  1. I was so happy to read this. I too have finished and published my book, telling my story and am in the process of living a life that I’ve penned being Child-Friendly, (I’m a Nanny). Your words, (For the record, I’m supportive of couples finding the resolution to their infertility that’s right for them, whether that be pregnancy through fertility treatments, surrogacy, adoption, childfull living, or any other option.) have given me permission to continue to work toward the same goal. I’ve recently said, “There is a resolution for you that you haven’t even considered yet!” Each person must find that resolution for them that fits. My little book simply shares that resolution that fits me. EMPTY HANDS TO OPEN ARMS. Thank you!

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    1. Thank you so much for reading and commenting! I love “meeting” my fellow warriors!! J

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