Cropped blouses and a little update on our fertility journey
Hey everyone! I hope your week has been great! It's almost the weekend and HALLOWEEN! Isabella has been so excited. Counting down every moment.
I wanted to update you all a little bit on our journey. A lot has happened since my last post and we are getting closer and closer to making some big moves!
After meeting with our fertility specialist we had confirmed that I had a heart shaped uterus. It has always been that way and we were blessed that it didn't cause any complications with our first pregnancy. But now knowing more, it may very well have been the cause of our miscarriage last year as well as preventing a pregnancy now. The percentage of miscarriage with my severity was about 50%. So we opted to have the surgery to correct it before moving forward. I had the procedure done exactly 2 weeks ago and I am finally starting to feel more myself and get back to normal!! I swear the anesthesia is the worst part for me. Just getting that grogginess out of my system seemed to take forever! But the great news is the procedure went well and I am recovering great!
Now we just let my body recover and wait to take our next step. I want to say thank you again to all of you that have reached out to me and not only wished me good luck but shared your personal stories with me as well. It means more than you know.
I decided to post an outfit with this as well just to keep things.. well.. somewhat the same!! So to keep it short and sweet.. Its still summer weather here in Texas! Not at all what we are used to this time of year being from Utah. So we are changing things up and styling jeans with summer tops in the mean time! I am really picky when it comes to crop tops, but with the cute tie around the waist this style is so flattering and feminine! I also loved this classic blouse take on the crop top. When paired with a high waisted jean it didn't feel too revealing!
Sharing some of my favorite crops and blouses below for that summer to fall transition or just for layering when it does get chilly!