My name is Sandra, I’m located in good ol Nebraska! I’m currently disabled. So these days I put most of my time and energy into the Glow Community and being an Advocate, trying to be that voice for those dealing with Infertility as well as mental and physical disabilities.
My Husband & I have been TTC our rainbow baby for 13 years! Unfortunately we battle with severe male-factor infertility and female infertility, so we’ve been going through fertility treatments for many many years. Even with all the struggles and hardships we’ve had to endure, we’re not giving up our dream of becoming parents!
I wanted to start gifting to others because I know how difficult this journey can be, and I know having someone in your corner can mean the world. I’ve been shown so much love and support throughout the years, through our ups and downs, Glow and the community have always been there! I’ve enjoyed sharing my journey and experiences, helping women, educating, providing advice, giving support, being there to talk to, to vent and so much more!
Through the Glow Gift Exchange with the Baby Registry & Wishlists feature, I know I can make a real difference for those who are also struggling, or those who could just use a helping hand. I want to give back that love and true kindness I was so generously given!
It’s an absolute overwhelming feeling of pure happiness and fulfillment when I’m able to gift someone in the community. Knowing that this gift is one less thing they no longer have to worry about gives me tremendous joy! My favorite things to gift are items for babies! It’s a wonderful feeling knowing parents can provide the necessities for their child, and that they don’t have to go without. My hopes are that others will see just how much you can change someone’s life by simply giving and gifting.
The journey may be long, it may get rough, and even difficult to handle at times. You may want to throw in the towel, and just give up. It’s not always an easy road to follow, there will be a lot of tough decisions along the way. But if you have hope, try your best, and believe… miracles might just happen!