So we waited what seemed an appropriate amount of time, and then started the whole embryo transfer process to try to have a second child. The gist of it is that it failed. It thawed well, and implanted well, but blood test results came back negative. Having gone through the first round I had high … Continue reading Only Child.
Our IVF Journey Medical History The gist of it is that I've had fibroids since 2015. At that time they were really tiny, so the gynaecologists said I didn't have to do anything about them. These fibroids explained a lot - my heavy periods, painful cramps - but I endured the pain. It was only … Continue reading IVF Journey: It's a Go.
Feel free to skip if you're not religious, but I'd like to share this with some people who might find it glorifying or encouraging. I am a Bible-Presbyterian Christian. What this essentially means is I'm super super super conservative and fundamental in my beliefs. Hence, some of the things that I/we do as a church … Continue reading God's Hand in My Life.
To start 2020, I've decided to restrict my shopping habits, in order to save money, mainly, and also because we've been accumulating way too much stuff. After our trip to Japan last year, we spent quite a bit on it, and with the IVF treatments slated to start this year, I knew I had to … Continue reading No Shopping Challenge.
I've reached the stage where I pretty much think this challenge is impossible. I started on the project and so far I've got maybe one third of a sleeve. I still have another sleeve, the front, back, lapels and collar to go, not to mention seaming them altogether. Also it's fairly ridiculous since I could … Continue reading #KnitChallenge
I teach about 20 kids every fourth Sunday in church, and this lesson yesterday was about stealing. I usually memorise the lesson, practice saying it in my head but EVERY time I actually teach the lesson, I find myself deviating from the script. Sometimes I'll end up digressing and teaching children the differences between two … Continue reading Why I Teach
After setting up tons of free blogs on WordPress over the years, on a whim, because I felt like talking about certain issues and topics (I have about three other blogs/sites), I decided to start Kimberly.sg, which tells you both my name and where I'm from--Singapore--and write about everything that I want to here on … Continue reading Kimberly.sg – What is it?