My husband and I have been trying for about 2 years now. We have been trying constantly and with no luck. I also find myself heartbroken every time I see a pregnant woman or little baby. My husband and I both were adopted and all we've ever wanted is a family of our own. It's stressful and discouraging at times. It's also hard when I mention something like "I have some news...." the response I get is how far along are you? It breaks my heart. I continue to pray about this and I know that there is a bigger reason as to why this isn't happening. My husband and I are going to stay active for the rest of 2012. After that we are giving up and looking into adoption. Apparently if it makes it to that we will know that that was what are purpose is......to provide for a child who has nothing.....like we were once upon a time.....View Thread
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