Dreyer said that she initially hesitated to talk about her struggles with secondary infertility since she knows that many women can't even conceive one child.
Carson Daly joked about the “baby making juice” at the Today show after hosts Jenna Bush Hager and Hoda Kotb revealed exciting pregnancy and adoption news back-to-back. Her husband echoed this sentiment on Instagram, writing, “@jennabhager announced her family is expanding and that is such AMAZING news!!!!
After a relatively easy conception and pregnancy with her first child, Calvin, Dylan suffered a miscarriage this winter and said she is beginning in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment in the next few weeks in the hopes of making Calvin, now 2, a big brother.
In the midst of blissful baby news from colleagues Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager , "Today" show meteorologist and 3rd hour co-host, Dylan Dreyer opened up about a less-talked-about side of pregnancy: secondary infertility.
People are always telling Dylan Dreyer and husband Brian Fichera they need to give their son Calvin a sibling. Editor's note: TODAY's Dylan Dreyer is sharing her very personal story about miscarriage, secondary infertility and trying to have another baby.
Dylan Dreyer suffered a miscarriage while trying to have a second baby with her husband, Brian Fichera , and is now opening up about her infertility journey. “We got pregnant like that [after surgery],” the NBC personality revealed on the Today show on Monday, April 22.
In celebration of Brinson and his love of spreading the joys of reading, anchors Dylan Dreyer, Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker decided to donate their favorite books that they read to their own children. Dylan Dreyer's Favorite Kids' Book.
In the Dylan Dreyer-Brian Fichera household, holiday gift-giving is a glorious treat ... Dylan Dreyer explains why she and her husband don't always exchange holiday gifts "This year, I decided to do stockings," said Dylan.
Dylan is joined by her husband Brian Fichera to cook up her mom's, Linda Dryer, creamy crab dip. Get The Recipe Dylan Dreyer's Mom's Crab Dip Linda Dreyer "My mom and I make this dip for every single holiday and get together," said Dylan.