Jaylyn Hosburgh and her husband Richard first met in grade school. They got back in touch during college and married six months later. They had always talked about starting a family, so they straight away set out to begin a family.
However, after years of trying to conceive, the young couple had had no luck. Signs began to point to one-half of the couple being infertile. The couple would begin tests to see what was wrong. They had begun a journey that they would obsess over.
The fertility tests were expensive and time-consuming. The couple underwent three unsuccessful rounds of intrauterine insemination (IUI), which involves the man’s sperm being manually inserted into the woman using a needle. Hosburgh also had a laparoscopy, which showed no signs of any problems.