Thursday, May 14, 2020

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

My IVF Journey: Genetic Results + Gender


March 3 will always be a memorable one because it was an unexpected day. I had my usual morning routine, was having mild menstrual cramps, spent the morning having coffee with my parents and wore a new pink tee that said good vibes. Little did I know that would have an indirect meaning as the day progressed.

Once I got home around 11:45 am, I noticed I had a missed call but I didn’t recognize the number. I listened to the message and it was from my IVF doctor calling with genetic results on our one embryo. (We were expecting to get results by March 16th so this was very unexpected).

I stopped the message midway and didn’t want to listen because the possible news could be bad. I let my partner know that she had called with results and he wanted to delay the outcome in fear of the bad news potentially.We have been wanting since mid November, this process was super long and I just couldn’t allow another moment to wait again. So I decided to go into my dressing room and play the message.



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“Hi Chastity this is Dr. Treiser just wanted to let you know we have your results back from genetic testing and you have one normal embryo that’s ready for transfer.
At that moment my heart stopped. This was wonderful news. The embryo was cleared of any genetic disorders everything looks and is healthy. It was the best news ever!

After 20 minutes of crying and jumping for joy and calling my mom and aunt. I had to call the doctor to see what the next steps would be and also to find out what the gender was going to be.
My head was saying it would be a boy but in my heart I truly wanted a girl. Yes, we know we ALL want a healthy baby that’s the main reason IVF is so important. You just want a child at the end of the day. But deep down you still are human and you still visualize what gender you will raise. That thought does go in your mind just like someone thinking of their wedding day.

The conversation on the phone with the doctor was very business, she mentioned possibly doing another cycle because the chances are low when it’s only one embryo. But we have spent over $33,000 out of pocket! And there isn’t another $33,000 to give at this moment so it’s not an option! She went on to talk about a small procedure called a Saline Sonogram (SIS) (checking to see if everything is good in uterus) that I will have to do and to get in contact with my nurse to work out a transfer schedule. I understand this is a money making business that’s what it is. The doctor is doing her job but there was no excitement and I just need to hear the gender at this point. I could think about the next process that was going to be another step to this IVF. So I asked “Did you do a gender testing”? She said yes and if I wanted to know? Mike and I said Yes at the same time. So there was a pause and she said it’s a...And I can hear the first letter out of her mouth was G!! She starts again “It’s a girl”!!
I literally died, and came back to life and cried, and was happy, nervous and was soooo many wild emotions! I just couldn’t believe it. I did it ! IVF worked for me! Even though this was still the beginning of a few more steps I believe that I will be alright! I will be having a baby girl!! And the pink t-shirt I decided to wear that day was confirmation and the whole day was even more joyous!!

My advice is don’t give up, don’t be afraid. Pray, believe and keep yourself positive. God has made us warriors for a reason.
I will start updating the next step of my IVF Journey. If anyone has any questions feel free to email cpd@glitterbuzzstyle.com
Hope all you have a blessed day!

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Review + Giveaway: The Spatty

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I have a new beauty tool in my life that’s definitely going to come in handy. It’s the Spatty! It’s the perfect essential for when you can’t get to the extra product in your beauty packaging. I know it can be annoying when you can’t get the last bit of product out of your makeup/skincare packaging. We all have been there and we just simply throw it away out of frustration. But now you can ease up a bit because the Spatty can give you 25% more usage out of your products before you trash it.


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Another great thing about the Spatty is that you can use it for kitchen essentials (jars, containers) paint and even crafting projects. All of the spatula’s are affordable in my opinion at $5.49-$10.99. Some of them come in single packets or duo sets.




I was gifted two packets and I would love to offer a giveaway of the lip spatula to one of my readers!! I think it would be beneficial especially if you love beauty products like me.

Here is the scoop on the giveaway

US residents only!  Follow any 1 of our social feeds and share giveaway!   
Ends 3/11/20
And make sure you check out the Spatty!

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Top 5 Looks Brandon Maxwell F'W 20


Brandon Maxwell F’W 20 collection is a classic girls dream with outfits for every moment. I love the colors that showcased in this collection it was soft, bold and timeless. The brand is definitely one that can be a true household name with the details and structure of the clothes. It’s so refreshing to get excited about a designer that really give fashion appeal and diversity.

My Top 5 Looks
It’s a great staple look that is versatile for all seasons. The extra scarf accessory just brings the drama home.


Great look for an upscale event, very well tailored and so confidently attractive in style!


This is fire at its best and it’s a boss look for sure. The shine, the front cut and the fit is gorgeous.


It’s simple but revamped in a edgy way. Boldness and a belt is all you need in this look!


I love the ombré effect and play on colors. It’s a style that every woman can relate to and get into.

Photo: Alessandro Lucioni / Gorunway.com

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Room Tour

A glimpse inside where I record and were my merchandise is stocked for my boutique.
If anyone is interested in shopping here is the link www.glitterbuzzstyleboutique.com

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