The first ‘kegglet’ was born in March 2021. We’re aware that trying to conceive might take a lot of energy. And can feel like a roller coaster of emotions. But we also want to give hope to all the women wherever they are in their conceiving journey. We’re here for you.
Just to have it on record here, we wanted to share the news that our first kegglet, baby Isaiah was born. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska on March 17th, 2021 to parents Andrea (32) and Matthew (33).
Our first customers started their tracking journey with kegg in June 2020. We were elated to have heard from several keggsters who have successfully conceived. We are grateful for the resilience of those women who are still trying.
In 2020, 27% of respondents to a kegg survey distributed to users noted that they had successfully conceived.
58% of kegg users who are currently trying to conceive are seeking their first baby while the other half trying to conceive already have at least one child.
Andrea, who was already a mother to one child, had been trying to conceive for a few months before discovering kegg. Andrea was one of the first Indiegogo backers of the product and she conceived after her first cycle using kegg.
“I suffer from multiple health conditions which make trying to conceive very challenging,” said Andrea. “I was searching for a fertility tracker that would help me know my full fertile window in advance in order to be able to time intercourse properly. I thought temping was too limiting as it didn’t alert me to when my fertile window started. I wanted something that took the guesswork out of this for me, in a very convenient way, and that’s when I found kegg. My husband travels for work, making timing even more crucial. I would not have known I was in my fertile window without kegg!”
There have been many more success stories since this first kegg baby and many more to come!
This blog was reposted (with permission and some editing) from the kegg website.