Kellie Coffey reveals how fertility struggle inspired new song
Academy of Country Music award winner Kellie Coffey, 36, always knew she wanted to do two things with her life…be a mother and a singer. Little did she know that her journey to become a mother would produce "I Would Die For That," a song about her struggles with infertility. The song, which is featured on her new album Walk On, is now one of the top videos on YouTube.
With all the success of the video, Kellie felt it was time to share her story in her own words.
Click below to read Kellie’s story, to watch the video, and for a new picture of her little miracle, now 20 months.
On her official site, Kellie recalls her struggles to be a mother:
Kellie and her husband, Geoff, had decided to wait to have a family while Kellie’s career took off.
At that point, the songstress knew that she had a decision to make – her career or a family.
Kellie and her husband decided to try again and she was soon expecting.
The couple welcomed son Jackson Geoffrey Koch on November 15, 2005. He is now 20 months.
Source: Kellie Coffey’s Official Site