The holiday season may be merry, bright, chaotic, and joyful for many, but for those struggling with infertility or loss, it can be a cold and lonely time that is particularly hard to bear. I know because I’ve been there. If you are newer to my story, my wife and I struggled with infertility for nearly two years. We both attempted to conceive, unsuccessfully, but the lengths she went to were far greater than I because of the desire she carried in her heart. She, like many women, just assumed she’d get pregnant one day and have a child. It was a given. I mean, why wouldn’t it be? Women get pregnant and have babies every day. But month after month, hope soared only to be dashed. Worst roller coaster ride of our lives. She would eventually undergo many different procedures in our attempt to conceive including two attempts at in vitro fertilization (IVF). We walked away from it all with no baby bump and no answers. They called it Unexplained Infertility…we just called it brokenhearted.