Tuesday, 27 February 2018 18:10

Struggling to have a child? Do the holidays make you want to strangle Santa? Inquire now about Ukrainian Surrogacy

Struggling to have a child? Struggling to have a child?

The holidays are all about family. For the one in eight couples that struggle with infertility, it can be the very hardest part of the year.

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For the best service, medical facilities and affordable surrogacy with strong legal protections for the intended parents from inception, contact us at Delivering Dreams. Learn if we can help you grow your family through UkraiDuring the holidays we are bombarded by messages about the importance of family, that this is the time for family, etc. For the one in eight families struggling with infertility, the holidays can be brutal.

If you need any confirmation that you are not alone, look no further than the poll Creating a Family did to see which holiday was the most difficult for those struggling to start a family.

Here is what they share:

A while back we took a poll of which holiday is hardest for the infertile: Christmas, Hanukah, Thanksgiving, Mother’s Day, Easter, or Halloween? As is probably no surprise Mother’s Day came in first by a wide margin. However, second place was a bit of a surprise with a tie between Christmas and Halloween, with Easter a close third.

The reasons for Mother’s Day being so hard are obvious: celebration of all you want, but can’t have is bound to be a painful day. The reasons for Christmas seem fairly obvious too. The magic of the holiday as seen through the eyes of a child and being surrounded by nieces and nephews makes for a painful reminder of your loss. Halloween and Easter might be less obvious.

Think back to the topic of conversation in mid October last year. You’ll probably remember that your real life and social networking conversations were full of plans for what little Junior or Juniorette were going to be for Halloween. November 1st was full of pictures of little ghosts and goblins carrying plastic pumpkins.

Easter has also become a very child centered holiday. Think about what your Facebook feed looked like on Easter this year. Was it full of adorable Easter bonnets, smocked dresses, little bow ties, and chocolate smeared little faces? Probably. It’s hard to be childless in the midst of all this adorableness.

Here’s a sampling of what we heard on our survey.

Mother’s Day is the hardest: every year I think it will be my last year being without children and every year it isn’t.

I found Mother’s Day the most difficult and began to avoid it as we struggled through the adoption process. I would go into hiding for the weekend.

Halloween- all those pictures of parents taking their kids to the pumpkin patch- ugh!

Once my siblings started having kids, our family Christmas traditions became all about them. I understand, but it is so hard.

It was always Mother’s Day for me… I just felt so excluded and empty. Like I didn’t belong.

Not sure why Easter is so hard for me. I think it’s like Halloween. Pretty dresses and suits and costumes.

Christmas, and all the lead up to Christmas, seems to last so long. We dread the family get-togethers and who is going to announce they are pregnant this year.

Easter yes…I remember how special it was for me and my mom and family. All the pretty clothes and seeming kids everywhere you turn.

None for me. I adopted and now don’t worry about not being able to have a bio kid. And I’m adopted too.

So how about you? Which holiday is the hardest for you?

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