In the Fall of 2020, we worked with the UW-Milwaukee Center for Community-Based Learning,
Leadership, and Research and put out a call for an ART of Infertility internship experience. The
call was well received and we were lucky enough to be placed with two undergraduate
students: Elena Castro and Kyra Connors. Both are juniors and social work majors who have
their own interests in learning more about infertility. This Spring 2021 semester, we were able
to continue workin
In part two of our perspectives on adoption, Elizabeth shares her story. #whatiwantyoutoknow #NIAW2021 "The Best Nest" There’s so much of my story that I want to tell. The truth is, like many stories, it’s not just mine. So I feel I need to be careful about how I tell it. What I can tell you is that last spring, I learned I would become the mother of a baby girl through adoption. It was both completely unexpected and everything I ever wanted. For four and a half months, after
A few months ago, Maria and I began reflecting on where we are today with our respective infertility journeys. We know it's been awhile since we've shared an update with our followers and fellow ART of IF collaborators. While it's hard to know where and how to begin, we decided to do it through art. Both Maria's life and my life have been impacted by adoption in very different ways over the past couple of years. This is #whatiwantyoutoknow about adoption through Maria's eyes.