Many of you have followed my infertility journey. So you have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. A year and a half ago Nick and I started the dreaded journey of infertility in hopes to have a baby. There were many tears, heartache, prayer, and questioning along the way. But today I sit here and praise God for taking Nick and I on this path for more reasons than one.
In January of this year I had extensive surgery in hopes of being able to have a baby. Four weeks of recovery and five months of trying……… nothing. In July we had a major appointment with our specialist to see what our options were. We were told that day it was not going to happen naturally for us. We were told we would have to have some sort of help. I was crushed. Dying inside at the fact I could not physically give my husband the child he has always prayed for. So we sat in that room lost at what decision we should make. Should we adopt? Should we do IVF? Should we accept and be ok with just the two of us? Nick and I prayed for God to show us the right decision. We decided that day to do Natural IVF in October after our trip to Australia. We were going to use Australia to clear our minds and really seek God’s will for our life and what path we were supposed to take.
Two weeks later ……I was pregnant. God had answered our prayers, without hesitation, three weeks before we ever knew. Three weeks later sitting in my bathroom floor, I was looking at two pink lines I was told would never be possible without help. I was in disbelief. I knew it was a mistake. The test was faulty. I needed new glasses. All the excuses I could find for the truth to be false at this moment of such disbelief. But 17 pregnancy tests later (literally), two pink lines were possible with God.
Nick was out of town and I did not want to stress my mom just yet, so I called my Aunt and questioned her 10000 times about what to do. Should I tell my mom? Should I take another pregnancy test? Should I freak out? Should I eat McDonald’s? Should I put myself on bed rest? Should I run? Should I drink a gallon of water? What should I do? She was my calm in the storm that day. She was the positive voice I needed to hear and the reassurance that God had in fact answered all of our prayers. After the blood test was confirmed two days later, I was five weeks pregnant with a miracle I was told I would never have.
That night I prayed more than I have ever prayed and thanked God for this miracle and blessing. I thanked Him for the journey, drawing Nick and I closer to Him, making my marriage stronger than it has ever been, and for reminding me that there is ALWAYS a higher power. Science can only do so much and then comes God. Three months later I am pregnant with a happy, healthy baby and a support group bigger than I could have ever imagined. We are overwhelmed with the prayers and love we have received since sharing our joy.
I am here to tell you, God is still in the answering prayer business. There is no mountain He cannot move. Just because He does not answer in our timing does not mean He will not answer in His timing. Nick and I are living proof God shows up at just the right time and we will forever be grateful.
“Every good and perfect gift comes from above.”- James 1:17
7 thoughts on “Baby Ross Is Proof That God Answers Prayers”
Well you have this aunt sitting here crying llike crazy!!! You know I have been blessed with 6 awesome children so my heart breaks for those who want a child and can’t. I remember wishing I could give my old used uterus to Erin when she was having a hard time. All in Gods great timing!!!! Here we are. I am so excited for you and Nick. Please take very good care of yourself. This little person is being anticipated by many people who are now saying prayers of Thanksgiving to our great God for answering our prayers on your behalf!!!
Look at God!!! He has answered the prayers of many who love you!! Kaileigh and I are so excited for y’all! Without a doubt, you will be the best Mama ❤️
Your story is all too familiar. I have lived it, prayed for it, and now I have proof as well. I know your pain, your tears and now you happiness.
God Is So Good All The Time!!
Much love for the both of you ❤️
Praise God from whom all blessings flow. I am crying tears of joy with you and praising Him at the same time. So many scriptures come to mind and they all speak to your heart, your faithfulness, your tears of sadness and your tears of joy. He loves you both and He loves your baby. Thank you for sharing your journey and Thank you for allowing us to share in your joy. My heart is thrilled for you all. XOXXX
I’m so happy for you Lacie!! Tears of joy girl!!! I know you will be a awesome mom. I wish you the best going forward. ❤️ Ya!!!
God is faithful!!