Infertility & the Monkey Onesie: Calling all Angels

A few weeks ago while visiting my family in Arizona I stumbled upon the most adorable onesie with a little monkey on the front. I just couldn’t leave it on the rack, so I bought it for my niece.

Arriving home I found I couldn’t part with it. I couldn’t let that little onesie go. So instead, I wrapped it up in a tiny box for my husband (monkey’s are his “thing”) and placed it under the tree.

When I wrapped that onesie up I wrapped up our dreams, I wrapped up the present of our future. When I held onto that little tiny gray fabric, I decided that this time I was not going to give it away.

In life sometimes we need to call all Angels. We need to wrap up our dreams and place them under the tree. We need to believe once again in magic.

So on this Christmas day I am calling all Angels. I am asking them to bring a tiny body to fit into that tiny onesie with the monkey on the front. And I am asking them to help my husband and I let go of the control of how that little person arrives, and to only begin to make room for them in our hearts, in our home, and in our lives.

And I figure, as long as the Angels will be working on making babies, it might be a good time for you to call on them for your dreams as well.

Believe in magic, don’t give away your dreams, and call all Angels to bring those dreams to life. You see the Angels just love making magic–so why not ask them to work some magic for you!

Merry Christmas.


  1. I’m tearing up reading this. I really hope and pray for angels to help you fill that cute little onsie.

    1. Thank you Heather 🙂

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