Baby of the Month

There are many different paths to parenthood, as all patient's have their own story to share. Our Baby of the Month photography collection, in conjunction with Rita Coury Photography, Inc., highlights our success rates, but it also serves as an inspiration to those who are on their fertility journey. All patient's have the same goal, but just how they get there is what makes each one unique. Each baby featured here will one day understand just how truly precious and special they really are.


  • Mira: Our December 2017 Baby of the Month

    Trenton and I met in 2010 while I was on vacation in Oahu. We married in 2012 in front of family and friends. After spending a few years on the mainland in both Seattle and Atlanta, we decided to move back to Hawaii in 2014 with the intention of starting a family. We had been […]

  • Louis: Our November 2017 Baby of the Month

    “Dr. Sloane Berger-Chen was amazing.” Mom Chelsea knew that she always wanted to have a family. After a miscarriage in January 2015 and a D & C surgery, she and her husband tried to conceive again for another six months without any luck. Unfortunately, Chelsea’s body was taking a long time to get back to […]

  • Ellie: Our November 2017 Baby of the Month

    “She is everything we had hoped for and more.” Angie and wife Philecia knew they always wanted to have a family. It was just a matter of when and how. In fact, Philecia always said her first child would be a little girl and that her name would be Ellie. Angie was active duty Navy […]

  • Robert: Our August 2017 Baby of the Month

    “Everyone at FIH was so friendly and helpful and we enjoyed working with Dr. Karmon.” Mom Jamie knew she always wanted to have a family. After trying for six months and after two cycles of Clomid, a basic fertility treatment, Jamie sought the help of Fertility Institute of Hawaii. Diagnosed with PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian […]

  • Saul: Our July 2017 Baby of the Month

    “Dr. Frattarelli’s entire team made us feel like family, every visit felt like we were coming to see old friends” Mom Erin met her husband while he was stationed at Fort Hood, TX in 2005. Seven years later they married and began to work on growing their family. After multiple miscarriages trying to conceive naturally, […]

  • Easton: Our July 2017 Baby of the Month

    “Two days after finding out my husband had cancer, we were at FIH sperm banking. It was incredibly overwhelming but I remember the staff treating us like royalty. That attitude stuck with me.” When Mom Megan met her husband and said I do in front of 150 of their closest family and friends, she never […]

  • Kainoa & Keola: Our June 2017 Babies of the Month

    In 2012, Mom Ashley and Dad Brandon learned that they would need fertility treatments to get pregnant. The couple felt frustrated, uneducated, and very apprehensive thinking that the process was going to be quite difficult. Little did they know that they would be very lucky to have a successful initial IUI cycle and first-born son […]

  • Myla: Our September 2016 Baby of the Month

    “Everything happened so fast, the staff were so friendly and took good care of us.” Mom Misti and her husband got married young and so desperately wanted to try right away to have a baby. However, natural conception was not working and was causing a lot of stress on both partners. After seeking help at […]

  • Remi: Our September 2016 Baby of the Month

    “We are so thankful for this miracle and believe everything happens for a reason.” Mom Staci met her husband during high school, but they lost contact with each other after he joined the US Navy. Fast forward thirteen years later and they reconnected via Facebook, got married, and the rest is history. Staci was always […]

  • Jaxson: Our July 2016 Baby of the Month

    “Giving up was not an option. Even when I thought I couldn’t try anymore, my IVF Coordinator, Dr. Frattarelli, and his staff kept me feeling positive and gave me hope.” Mom Rita decided that she wanted to be a “mama” someday. This was the motivating factor in her move to Hawaii, for working in a […]