Learning loves to read from the computer but I just can’t afford to let her rule the computer for long as I’ve got assignments with deadlines to meet. So whenever I read to her from the computer, she shows great enthusiasm and concentration and picks up words pretty fast, way faster than learning to read from books.
Lately, Alycia’s reading skills have improved by the leaps and bounds. Ever since I gave her a pep talk and told her that she needs to improve on her reading and writing before school reopens, she has put in extra effort and now, she can even read an entire book given to her by her pre-school on her own. I am so proud of her achievement.
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Before I conceived Alycia, I went through many years of infertility. When rounds after rounds of Clomid failed to make me pregnant, my hubby and I were hell-bent to go through IVF, no matter how much it would cost. We knew it would cost us tens of thousands of bucks if we were to go through a few rounds of IVF. Though we did not have that much savings for the procedures, we were however very determined to go ahead with the procedures and were prepared to borrow money. Fortunately, our prayers were answered and we did not have to walk through that path as I had succeeded in my first round of IUI, a procedure that was way cheaper than IVF.
There are many childless couples out there who were not as lucky as I was. I have a friend who sold her car, borrowed from friends and even took personal loans from a few banks to go through three rounds of IVF before they finally had their twin boys. When their boys were born, they were overjoyed to be parents after a long struggle but that was also the start of their journey to struggle with another problem – their piling debts. When they could not repay all their debts, they then sought debt help from a non-profit organization and after having their debts consolidated, they are now slowly and steadily repaying their debts.
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