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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

I Would Die For That


A country singer, Kellie Coffey, wrote a powerful song about infertility called "I Would Die for That". The first time I heard this song - it touched me deeply, made me cry but also gave me hope. I don't know much about Kellie but I do know that she eventually had two beautiful children and her dream of becoming a mother came true. I wanted to post this video for those of you that haven't heard it or seen the video. Hopefully it will serve as a reminder that you're not alone.
To all of my IF friends who would die to become mothers,

Stay strong, my friends. This is such a difficult journey and my heart aches for all of our pain and sadness. Every night I pray that we all get to experience motherhood and end this heartbreaking chapter in our lives. I am thankful for all of your support and will continue to provide mine to you. 
With love,
Jessah

18 comments:

Heather said...

I agree with you 100% We still need to be supportive of all our friends struggling with getting pregnant.

NV said...

I am in tears. That is such an amazing song, I just downloaded it on iTunes. Thank you so much for sharing. I really would die for that.

And, to think that we have over a million abortions in our country each year. So heartbreaking.

Please god bless all of us struggling to become a mom with a baby of our own.

Janet said...

Great post! Thanks for stopping by my blog...I look forward to getting to know you :)

Annabelle said...

I absolutely bawl at this song every time I hear it but it also gives me hope. It's a beautiful song and video. I have other country songs on my blog that make me cry, you may be familiar with them if you're a country fan like me!

StacyLee said...

I totally love this song & I shared it on my blog a long time ago but the reminder of it totally helped me 2day... So thank u truly for the wonderful reminder!!!!

TracyZLesh @ Then I Got To Thinking said...

This makes my heart ache for you and everyone struggling to be what they're meant to be... a mom. Thinking of you always!

Shannon Elise said...

Beautiful song Jess. I have never heard it and it brought tears. Thank you for the reminder to stay strong. It is easier when you know you are not on this journey alone.

Carrie {Living It Up in U.P.} said...

I first heard this song when I was going through my miscarriage last November. It hurts so much when you want a baby and you don't have one. ((Hugs))

Mrs. H said...

I first heard this song last year and made a post out of it. Its such a touching song. I didn't know that she went on to have children though thats heart warming to know. I hope you stay strong and thanks for posting this song.

Lora said...

Jessah I'm crying watching this video! It's so beautiful! I'd never heard it before, thank you for posting it.

Sending you much love and hope!

Rebecca said...

This song always makes me cry.

Good Timing said...

What a beautiful and sad song. Bring on the waterworks! :) Hoping along with you!

newbie said...

I know this heartache, and I am hoping so hard you get your wish very soon. Hang in there, it *will* get better, even though sometimes it seems like it never will. Thinking of you...

Denise said...

This song always makes me cry also. Thinking of you. :)

Sunflower said...

What a beautiful song. Thanks for sharing.

KH said...

Ah, this song always gets me! I want so badly for all of us out there struggling to have happy endings. Thanks for stopping by my blog, and I look forward to following your journey as well!

Samantha said...

That is so awesome! Don't give up!!! :) xo

Laurie @ Rookiewife520.blogspot.com said...

I just stumbled upon your blog and I'm so grateful I did. Recently I experienced a Miscarriage and it was really hard for me to deal with. We will be trying again shortly and I've been looking for some people that can understand what I'm going through and how hard it was for us to deal with. Best of luck to you with your baby journeys in the future! *xo*

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