National Infertility Awareness Week Giveaway

National Infertility Awareness Week 2018 Shop Giveaway

National Infertility Awareness Week Giveaway

Today, in honor of infertility awareness week, I am collaborating with some amazing ladies who have a story of infertility. Included are shop owners, bloggers, authors and entrepreneurs. This giveaway is packed full of goodies from each of these amazing women and I am so honored to be a part of it. There will be three winners each winning $300 of product! You can enter the giveaway using the rafflecopter link below. Not going through infertility? Enter to win for a friend! Without further ado, here is more about each of these amazing ladies and their products:

Rachelle | Rachelleisms – I started making jewelry 3 years ago because I wanted women to be able to tell their story, the journey they made to motherhood. Trying to conceive and infertility are often part of that journey, so I have designed special Fertility Gemstone pieces that honor the struggle to get pregnant. Each gemstone is said to have healing properties that can help fertility and pregnancy. GIVEAWAY30 for 30% off

Lillian Day – Trying to Conceive Through Faith is about pursuing God for His promises while trusting His timing. It is the reminder that in the waiting we can take action so that we can ensure God isn’t waiting on us.

Kristy | TTC Greeting Cards – After TTC-ing for over 6 years and 11 rounds of IVF, I realized there is a great need for support for couples going through infertility. As expected, it’s difficult to find a greeting card that can appropriately capture the various steps and stages of the TTC process. People often would ask me where to buy greeting cards for my upcoming transfers, procedures, or surgeries–of course I had no idea. It was then that I realized how nice it would have been to receive a card that reflected what I was about to endure, something that captured the fear, anxiety, and the unknown that is often accompanying the TTC journey. These cards were made with the intention of sending them to family and friends that are undergoing fertility treatment or you can give them to your partner for encouragement. They are meant to give encouragement, positive reminders and love–because it really does make the world go ’round. Keep those eyes on the prize!

Amy | Seeded Hope – Jewelry pieces embedded with an organic seed bringing you hope and healing. Meeting you right where you are- through each step of your journey as you create your beautiful family. Each seed has a unique meaning and story that perfectly depicts your story. As my husband and I walked though infertility and multiple miscarriages, I quickly realized how dark and devastating that journey was. At the same time we had countless friends and family members walking similar paths- dealing with great grief as they endured stillbirths, miscarriages and even loosing children.   Others blessed with great joy as they adopted a precious baby.  I wanted to create unique pieces that meant more than just another piece of jewelry– something that tells your special story.

Shannon | Nine 16 Designs – Apparel and accessory shop, with an emphasis on infertility related items.

Lindsay | Two Week Wait – Two Week Wait Challenge: A Sassy Girl’s Guide to Surviving the TWW

Lauren | I am Fruitful – I Am Fruitful is a non-profit committed to coming along couples as a source of support through delayed fertility and baby loss. We provide resources, videos, community, and products designed to fuel hope and point to Jesus. Crying may last through the night, but a shout of joy comes in the morning!

Brianna | The Stork OTC is a uniquely designed innovative device you use at home, during ovulation, to assist your chances of becoming pregnant. Our FDA–cleared, over-the-counter device uses cervical cap insemination. This smart technique enables the sperm to quickly bypass the vaginal tract and places the sperm as close as possible to the opening of the cervix, right where it needs to be to swim up through.

Sharon | Funny Girls of Fertility – I have a passion for infertility awareness because my brother and his wife had a difficult journey through fertility treatments. It opened my eyes to a whole other world. Infertility is not commonly discussed, and I wasn’t even close to educated as to what those dealing with infertility have to go through. Now working as an IVF Coordinator I want to do whatever I can to help increase awareness!

Jessica | Grace While We Wait

Chelsea | In The Wait

Lisa | Amateur Nester

Elizabeth | A Complicated Fancy – Lindsay Fischer is a blogger, author, and IVF momma who shares her experiences so others don’t feel alone. Her book, The Two Week Wait Challenge, is a fun guide on how to survive the two week wait while also practicing self-care.

Me | In Due Time Devotional – The last item is from me and if you are new to this blog and have never heard of it, I wrote a 60-day devotional for those who are looking for hope and encouragement in the waiting. You can use NIAW15 for 15% off


1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place

In Due Time Devotional, In the Wait Devotional, Two Week Wait Challenge, 31 Days of Prayer During Infertility Book, Joy Comes in the Morning Coloring Book, Trying to Conceive Through Faith Book, The Stork OTC, 3 Women’s Shirt, Bracelet Set, Mustard Seed Necklace and a bracelet!

Whew! All that totals $300 for 3 winners! That is right.. these shops are so generous that 3 winners will each win all the items below!

Enter HERE

In Due Time NIAW 2018 Giveaway

PS. If you are going through infertility, please head over to join a faith-based support group I founded, Moms in the Making!

PPS. Have you picked up a copy of my book? Buy In Due Time, a 60-day devotional for hope + encouragement in the waiting.

PPPS. I created a group on facebook as an extension of my book + blog to discuss anything + everything. Women only! Come join us!

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