About Lindsay

I am glad you are here. As an “introverted external processor”, writing is a passion of mine. It is one of many creative avenues I use to express myself, my thoughts, my trials, and my triumphs. I find exceptional joy in encouraging others, and I hope that you will find encouragement in these posts.

I am happily 7 years into marriage with my wonderful husband, David, who happens to love thrill and adventure as much as I do. My favorite adventures by far are the ones we embark on together. With every great adventure, however, comes great trials. The idea of an adventure is often romanticized and glamorized through highlights, stories, and pictures that don’t delve into the hard stuff. But learning to navigate the hard stuff is essential to to overcoming any trial to find triumph.

For me, some of my biggest trials have been navigating through a 6-year season of recurrent pregnancy loss, infertility, miscarriage, and pregnancy after loss. If you are walking through a similar season, I hope to be a resource and a support for you on your journey. Trials are what shape us, but they don’t have to break us. My story is a testimony that there is ALWAYS hope.

I am passionate about raising awareness and believe that understanding trauma and how it impacts all of us is essential to effectively promoting healing in our own lives from the trials we have experienced and in the lives of others. I feel incredibly grateful to have opportunities to speak to thousands of individuals (locally and internationally) and to be used as a catalyst to educate, empower, and equip communities to love others compassionately and without conditions.

I don’t think we can truly appreciate the beauty of life and adventure without the whole picture of both triumphs and trials. On this blog you will find short excerpts from both personal and professional adventures. The posts are meant to be encouraging and inspiring for others to go deeper with one another in life, embrace the beauty of vulnerability, and recognize their own innate courage and resilience to overcome their trials. 

I would love to connect with you personally and provide support to you, whatever you’re going through,  and to help you find the courage to always hold onto hope no matter what your circumstances look like. Sign up below to connect with me and let me know how I can best support you on your journey. You will also get free access to the resources and community I wish I had when I was just beginning my journey of infertility and loss. I look forward to connecting with you to learn more about how I can support you on your journey.

5 thoughts on “About Lindsay

  1. Hey Lindsay…my name is David Little and I am the Associational Missionary for the Lakelands Baptist Association in Greenwood, SC. We are having an association-wide women’s event in April and would love to talk to you about being our speaker for the evening. It will be held in Abbeville at South Side Baptist and will have approximately 250 women in attendance. If you are interested, please let me know. My work number is 864-227-6261 and my cell is 864-378-8429. Thank you!

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  2. Hi, I just read about your multiple losses and I’m so sorry. Have you been checked for the MTHFR gene mutation? If not, please get checked. It’s linked to miscarriages and might be what’s going on. I’m praying for you.


  3. Hello Lindsay,
    My name is Brook. I’m just a mom of 4 boys and a nurse here in California. I came across your story from your husband’s submission to “love what matters.”
    I’ve had 6 miscarriages….all fairly early on. I was devastated but being a mom was my biggest dream so I was driven to try and try and try again. I found a medication that my doctor let me try. It worked. I was able to have 3 more healthy boys and never had a miscarriage again. If you’d like, I would be willing to share my story with you and see if there is a chance that this could be your miracle too. I don’t want to be pushy so I’ll wait for you to respond.
    God loves you and he has a plan for you.
    Love, Brook


  4. We had recurrent losses including an ectopic pregnancy. We did ivf with preimplantation genetic diagnosis and so did my friend. We both now have have healthy kids.


    1. Congratulations to you and your friend, so happy you found a solution that works. We have done IVF with PGS twice now that resulted in miscarriages, but we are still confidently hopeful that we will have children one day. We believe God has a plan in store for our family 💕


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