Feist: We went to French Polynesia, we had 6 days in a cabin on the beach in Raiatea, and then 8 days in an over-the-water bungalow in Moorea. It was beautiful! And Thanks, it’s good to know that my numbers aren’t all bad!
livcee: I’m so sorry for your losses, that must be so tough :(. Hoping your AF comes soon so you can get some answers and get your sticky rainbow baby soon!
MrsAKSkier: thanks mama. I hope my iphone gets me pregnant soon 😉
MattieK: your brother’s dog is so cute and fluffy!!! Hoping your appointment goes well today, can’t wait to hear how it goes. And thanks for the hugs- I’m feeling a bit better about it today!
Feist: Your dog is beautiful! We have a daschund-chihuahua cross (chiweenie 🙂 ) and she has the daschund webbed toes for hunting badgers, she loves chasing squirrels too (and our cats), but she would make a terrible hunter in the wild.
LarLa: glad AF is getting back to normal, the long bleeds sound terrible! Hoping you get your BFP right away so you don’t have to worry about pesky AFs for the next while!!
FreckledFox: You are definitely a mom! And a great one at that. Your plans for the new year sound awesome, and I definitely want to do the same, especially with the more water and yoga!
kes18: they aren’t sure yet. I need to wait on the results from my CD3 testing today to confirm that I do have PCOS for sure, and the doctor wanted to see DH’s SA results (which he gets this evening!!) before we come up with a game plan. Yay for the 11 day LP with no B6- that’s awesome! Sounds like your body is gearing up just in time for you to TTC in March!! Sorry the timing didn’t quite work out with the trip, but on the plus side, you have nice, regular cycles so you don’t need to wait too too long for the next one! 🙂
MrsPuddingface: thanks!! That is really sweet of you. We went to French Polynesia for two weeks and it was fantastic 🙂 LOL at your Darling Husband trying to impregnate you- hoping the hot tub resolution helps next cycle when you’re officially TTC again!
AFM, yesterday was kind of terrible. I know it’s silly as PCOS isn’t the worst diagnosis to get (and it hasn’t even been confirmed yet), I just wasn’t expecting to hear that yesterday. I went for dinner and to a show (dirty dancing!) with my mom and sister last night, and during dinner my sister said something about Darling Husband and I needing to go on a romantic vacation and leaving the thermometer at home. I started crying in the middle of the restaurant. I don’t really talk about TTC much with my friends and family, and any time I do, they all feed me the line ‘once you stop trying and just relax it’ll happen’. My sister is done TTC so I think she forgets what it’s like to hear that, and my friends are not at the TTC stage in life so they don’t understand what it’s like when people say that. I can usually just let it go and I don’t let it bother me, but I hadn’t even had time to process the test results yet. I tried to explain a little bit of what was going on but it was pretty tough. Dinner was awkward after that. I would’ve told them eventually, but I needed time to accept everything myself and was so not ready to talk about it yet. Thankfully Darling Husband has been amazing as always through this, so I’m really grateful for that right now.