Our Baby Dream

My life has changed for the better in the last 2 years.

For years we were trying for a baby and 4 years into it we decided we probably need some “Help” We went to see our doctor to give us some advice on what to do next.

In the back of my mind, I sort of knew that I would need help conceiving (not due to medical reasons but I just had a feeling deep in my heart that this would be my journey….and it was)
We went through 3 rounds of IVF. It was a roller-coaster ride that we drew out for a year. With all the hormones and blood test I felt like a crazy person at the best of times but knew there had to be a light at the end of the tunnel. On our third attempt, I was almost ready to give up but my husband booked us in to go another round so off I went back to the clinic again.
Lucky number 3!

It was finally our time! I still remember the day we were told we were pregnant it was Christmas eve,
“Serena, Merry Christmas Mummy!!” our nurse said over the phone.
Tears rolled down my face as my husband done a happy dance around the carpark where we had stopped to take the phone call. I held my tummy tight and spoke to my little bundle growing inside of me.

“I’m going to make you so proud of us, I am going to give you the best life ever!”

I remember driving to work talking to my tummy wondering what I was going to do when it was time to go back to work again after having her. I started to get anxious about putting her in daycare, after all, that we had been through I could stand to be away from her not even for a day.
Well, that day arrived and I was a mess. I had found a really nice daycare and dropped her off for the first time. I remember ringing the through the day to make sure everything was alright (I’m sure I’m not the first parent to ring and check) They were really nice about it and of course, my baby girl was fine.

It did get easier as the weeks, months and years went by but really I held on to that emotion of missing out on her growing.

I wanted to stay home with her. What if she needed me?

Now don’t get me wrong I do see it is good for their development to be in a daycare and even if I was to be at home she would still be in a few times a week. At least being available that if she needs me and I would have the freedom to go and pick her up without having to cancel clients and feel guilty for leaving my work.

My point is I wanted to be present in my daughter’s life. Available to go to “Mother’s Day” at daycare, attend her Christmas party and watch her crazy hat parade. This is what my husband and I wanted from the get-go but didn’t know how we could make it work.

We dreamed of the thought of winning lotto just so we could watch our baby grow.

My husband searched the internet and listened to a tone of self-help books in search for an answer, and finally, he had found something that got us both thinking!
He watched a single add over and over again and it resonated well with what we wanted. He came to me and we signed up for a 7-day video series.

Here’s our answer!

We can make this happen!

We can create our lifestyle on our terms!


So with the step by step training that we were offered, we started building our online affiliate business. I was building websites, creating emails and learning how to be an affiliate on the internet. I have never done this before in my life (I was previously a Beauty Therapist with my own clinic) but this wasn’t hard to pick up at all. Our mentors are amazing and the support that you get is 24/7 so there is always someone there to answer your questions.

This online education is what we have been doing to get to our goal of stay at home parents, we love it so much that we wanted to share it with the world. If you would like to watch the same 7-day video series that got us started click the link below.

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