Tentante is a woman of fiber and today we have a beautiful example here! Glauce, or simply Gau, is a person’s charm and, of course, she wants to see her life’s miracle happen like any other temptress. Get to know a little more about this super friendly Youtuber! Welcome Gau!
Changing Diapers: Tell us a little about how long you’ve been trying, what makes life …
Gau: My name is Glauce and I’m married, I live in Rio de Janeiro. I have been trying for 5 years and in 2010 I discovered that I have PCOS ( polycystic ovary syndrome ) and, since then, I entered this world that I did not imagine existed. I am graduated in teaching, creator of the QPC channel on YouTube and blogger. My husband is called Junior, he participates in my tentant diary on the channel, he supports me in everything I do, he is present in everything in my life.
Changing Diapers: How did the YouTube channel come about?
Gau: In a day of despair, I went to get help on the internet and I came across countless similar stories and even more painful than mine. I realized then, how much it helped me to watch those girls, to know those stories. To this end, I created the QPC (I want, I can and I can) , with the idea of sharing not only my tempting story, but expanding the people who dream, have Faith and believe, are steps to achieve everything we believe we have one day.
Changing Diapers: How did you know your husband and how was the decision to get pregnant?
Gau: At school time (there is time already rs), in 2006 precisely. We started dating in 2009, and the following year when I discovered PCOS, the desperation to think that being a mother was not written in my destination line, made me tempting the next day. We got married in 2012, but only in December 2013, Junior started sharing the same dream as me.
Changing Diapers: How do you imagine it will be your positive, what will it be like to tell everyone you love?
Gau: There are so many negatives, I only think about surviving it. I have tried to think of the positive, and I only ask God for my heart not to stop at this great moment in my life.
Changing Diapers: What reaction do you imagine your husband will be when he receives the positive? Do you want to save?
Gau: I intend to record, in addition to wanting as a souvenir, the people who accompany me deserve to participate in this joy. Many people pray for our miracle. But as for his reaction, it will be a surprise, because he is a very calm person, very calm, totally the opposite of who I am. After crying a lot, I can’t imagine his reaction, let’s find out together.
Changing Diapers: Do you have a fertility problem?
Gau: As I mentioned before, I am diagnosed with PCOS, since then I have undergone numerous treatments, but last year (2015), I was referred to assisted medicine (human reproduction). This year I will complete 6 years of trying, and I can guarantee today that I am stronger than yesterday. I comment on that on my channel, that to be tempting is to be chosen by God. It could have been any other woman, but God chose me, and that is a privilege, it has a purpose, it is not a “curse”.
Changing Diapers: Are you sympathetic to a specific type of delivery or do you want to see what will happen?
Gau: I like the idea of humanized childbirth, because it is healthy, performed respectfully for both the woman and the baby. But I do not guarantee that it will be what my husband and I will choose and decide. We’ll see when the time comes.
Changing Diapers: What is the greatest difficulty of being tempted? What would you do differently?
Gau : The biggest difficulty is surviving time and knowing how to wait. If it were possible to go back, it would be, but understanding with myself, I was very intolerant for a long time.
Changing Diapers: What’s the best thing about being tempting?
Gau: Learn more about love. How can I LOVE SO MUCH a being that does not yet exist. Only tryers understand what I’m talking about.
Changing Diapers: What do you expect from motherhood?
Gau: Being happy, mother owl and babona, changing diapers, breastfeeding, waking up at dawn, turning into sleepless nights. Look in the mirror and say that it was worth waiting, even if it has been 5, 10 years.
Changing Diapers: A message for those who are trying to be mommy like you
Gau: The road can be long, thorny, we know how much is suffered and how it hurts. Monthly suffering, negatives, treatments and endless medications, which are part of our daily lives. However, extraordinary and miraculous things only happen to those who BELIEVE, so don’t lose Faith, that is unshakable.
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My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.