- 8 years ago
- Wedding: January 2012
@PumpkinSpiceChai: How have the clomid side effects been?
@PumpkinSpiceChai: How have the clomid side effects been?
@texasbee: Awww, sorry about your disappointing phone call. Hang in there! The biologist said they are normal, so don’t let it get you too down.
How is your pregnancy going? I am rooting for you!!
I just did my roll call, then wb ate it! I will do it again later when I’m not on my phone.
@Yellow.Clover: those furbabies are adorable. We really want a pup, but both work too much at the moment to be able to train a puppy.
@Yellow.Clover: Yes, I do have the Mazda. I have to say that after reading how much you want the Ford, you should just go for it. I never heard or read negative things about Fords. However, whatever you decide to go, I hope it works out for your pretty family! 🙂 and yes, I think a new 2013 baby is in the cards for you! What?! AF?! WFT?! doesnt that b!tch know she is supposed to stay far, far away!!!! I am sorry, lovey:(
@Yellow.Clover: Oh and before I forget, here is a little tip that helped me get a good payment deal for my car. I was told that by the end of any season (right now its consider almost the end of summer) because dealers are trying to move the old cars out and want to get the new ones in, they will be willing to cut down the price. So, if you could hold off until maybe mid-august, you might get even a better deal for the car you want. GL love 🙂
The adoption ‘ advice’ drives me nuts. I may have to do a spin off thread about it at some point. Adoption is fantastic, but it’s simply not something you can ‘ just’ do like pick up take out on the way home. Heck, I adopted my dog and while it wasn’t a horrible process, it was tedious enough with the searching, applying, interviews, reference checks, etc that it certainly wasn’t something so simple as to warrant a ‘ just.’ When dh sat me down to share his diagnosis, the first thing I mentioned was adoption, and it was only then that he broke down in sobs. I researched adoption ( with the help of the doc who gave us the diagnosis, as she herself was adopted and told us which agency her parents used and gave us some pointers). Before I knew there was an issue, I was open to adoption, even if I do want to experience pregnancy ( and natural childbirth- I’m nuts!). Learning how complicated it is has made me so grateful for dh’s willingness to use ds if itcame down to that ( this is a big shift from how he felt early on). A bio child is more important to dh than it is to me, so if it was a matter of ‘just’ adopting I’d give away my fertility meds and get right to it! The ignorance ( usually coupled with judgement) is really astounding.
macmint83: He was only wearing the lobster for a few seconds as I tried it on him ( the under belly straps will have to be taken in). I don’t dress him very much. This is his second Halloween costume ( the other is a hot dog :-), and he has a couple sports jerseys, but most of his clothing is for the practical purpose of keeping him warm in the winter ( our apt gets cold, and he has jackets for outside. He doesn’t seem to mind, but we’ll see how he handles the lobster hood!
And I thought of yellow cover over the weekend as I appreciated that he slept in the bed with us. we’ve actually talked about going from a queen to a king so he’ll stay on the bed with us. But the bed at the cabin was just a double and he snuggled all night. I guess just to be close in an unfamiliar environment. but that means he will continue to prefer the floor at home :-(And because iI can’t help myself, here is one of the snuggle photos 🙂
Hil all! Long time stalker and just hit the 1 year mark, so I hope it’s okay to join. I’ve been on the 6+ boards for a while now. I will say though that I go in and out of being “good” with updating and posting. I’m going to try hard though!
Cycle Day and TTC since/Cycles trying: CD49/Since August 2012
Age (if you care to share): 31
Issues if any: PCOS, don’t ovulate too often
Charting? (share your chart if you like): I’ve been slacking a lot lately – doesn’t really seem worth it but here’s my chart anyhow: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/bogb/
Estimated next POAS date: No clue.
How are you going after you BFP: I have an appt with an RE on Thursday, we’ll see what they say. I also just started metformin, and I don’t love it – holy constipation hell, but hopefully it’ll get better.
Your plans for the tww: I’ve only tww twice and it was so early in the game, I didn’t even realize what the heck was going on.
And for some fun stuff:
If you (and DH) were given an all expenses paid, ONE week vacation, where would you go? Good question – there are so many places…Italy, Greece, Brazil, Thailand, Costa Rica…Pretty much anywhere but here
What is your favorite thing to tell people that don’t “understand” infertility? Luckily, I haven’t run into any one that has said anything to appauling or hurtful to me.
Do you have furbabies? If so, post pics! Nope.
@Yellow.Clover: 2013 is on a roll for you doll! I hope Jenny Renny is right and next month is it for you (just so you know I am determined to follow you out of this board!)
As for the car, good for you! I agree with
@lonsk: “I turn tricks on the side, what’s it to you?” I. just. died. hilarious – love your sense of humor.
@HopefulForLittleOne: I admire the strength of you and DH. His diagnosis must have been absolutely devastating. I hope it doesn’t get to the point where donor sperm is required but glad he is open to it. If only people knew how difficult adopting can be, you make a good point – why would you put yourself through the fertility drugs and all that goes with the process if it was so easy to “just” adopt, like that is an answer to all our worries.
@BOGB: Welcome pretty! 🙂 so good to see you here, well not really under such circumstances, but still happy to see you here! :)) I will be thinking of you this Thursday! 🙂
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