(Closed) Journey of TTC after miscarriage part 6

posted 7 years ago in TTC
Post # 76
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MrsNebraska:  Glad you are looking forward and keeping yourself busy.  Sounds like you have a great plan for next year.  

Post # 77
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  • Wedding: November 2013

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desertgirl:  Aww… I should have tagged you too. EDDs blow. There’s just no two ways about it. And then some blowhole I work with went and had his stupid baby on my EDD last summer. The nerve! Fuck him!

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Turtle83:  Yeah, I liked him.  He spent over an hour with me going over history and doing my exam. He seems easy to talk to as well.    Yes, I hope to start TTC in January depending on what the RE thinks.  From what I read his plans might take some time before we can TTC again so not sure.  Hope it is not too long though.  I’ll be 36 in April!  Thanks for the support Turtle!

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GrannyPantiesRock:  Yep, I have a friend who announced her pregnancy with the same EDD as my second loss.  The nerve!  I also have a friend who is due around my first loss as well so my news feed will be full of baby pictures soon.  I’m feeling ok with it right now but we will see.  I’m sure I will have some sad days ahead of me. 

 

Post # 82
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desertgirl:  Thanks! It has definitely helped me. I’ve been having a hard time at work with a lot of stressful things happening this week. It has made me thankful we can leave in May!

 

Also, is it just me or does there seem to be a huge amount of TTC/Pregnancy threads lately? Maybe I am just overly sensitive. I am on the main page for threads, so I’m looking at them all, and it seems like they are predominately pregnancy related. Perhaps I am just crazy!

Post # 83
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  • Wedding: March 2014

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MrsNebraska:  it’s not just you.  there has been a huge influx of newbies who are obsessively opening new threads about TTC and there is a bunch of them with first timers luck who are now opening new threads about being pregnant.  So much repetition, so many things that aren’t new thread worthy…..  You aren’t crazy, but I’m certainly bitter. LOL. 

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Andthepupmakes3:  Haha, I love you. I’m certainly on the bitter train today. I’m stalking charts on FF and everytime I see someone get a BFP before 12DPO, I literally say, “fuck you” and move right on past them.

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  • Wedding: May 2013

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MrsNebraska:  It’s definitely not you. And I totally agree with 
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Andthepupmakes3 that many of them are not thread-worthy. Some also kind of make me feel like I need to bang my head against a wall because I can’t believe some of the questions that are asked. Hey, look at that! I think I may possibly be over-sensitive and/or bitter as well. I’d take a break from the site but its just so addicting, plus I love checking in with you ladies. Anyways, good luck with your fresh start with the move and the jobs. It’s sounds hectic but very exciting and I’m sure it will be a welcome distraction! I’m sure you’ll be seeing a new post from me on the WW board soon too… weigh in is tomorrow!

Happy weekend everyone! 🙂

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alove31:  you’re a better person than me. My thought is, “Good luck with that!” I really, really think testing super-early is bad, but it’s so hard not to do it. A lot of the recent threads are from ladies who test early, get a BFP, then get their “period” on time or a day late And then have to watch the fading lines. It’s heartbreaking – at least it was the two times it happened to me. Absolutely nothing would be different for me right now if I hadn’t known about the chemicals , and looking back, ignorance was bliss. I’m not judging anyone who does or did test early (I was one of them), it just means opening yourself up for heartbreak with something that happens 60%of the time under ideal circumstances. I’ve also been on this board for too long. [Steps off soapbox.]

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MrsNebraska:  It’s not just you. They’re everywhere. I’m bitter too, but I wish they’d take their shit to thebump. I was looking through my profile history and I saw one of my first posts on the November 2013 POAS thread and I just wanted to slap myself. I don’t even recognize that girl anymore.

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4littlekitties:  I’ll always be an early POASer. Probably more so since both of my BFPs were at 9 DPO. I’ve not had a chemical so that probably has a lot to do with it. I also like to… indulge… with adult beverages probably more than I should, so I feel less guilty if I know where I stand in that respect.

I just posted on another thread about a memorial tattoo… I thought about something discreet in a place that only I would see, but couldn’t think of anything good so I opted for jewelry. I got two birthstone rings that corresponded to my EDDs. I also got 2 stacking bands with it so it looks more fashionable and not too much like a mothers ring. I hope it doesn’t provoke questions. It’s just something for me and I’ll honestly not wear it if people think it has sentimental meaning. My order was shipped yesterday and I hope it turns out well. This is kinda similar and from the same seller. Mine will be with a ruby (july) and moonstone (june) with 1 plain band and one beaded band like the ones in the pic. All white gold. Anyone else have tattoos or jewelry that they would like to share?

https://www.etsy.com/listing/196680671/rainbow-moonstone-stacking-ring-in-14k?ref=shop_home_active_20

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GrannyPantiesRock:  Gorgeous, I love those. I have been thinking lately I may want to get some piece of jewelry to wear. My EDD is in March, so I’ll probably consider it closer to the date, especially if I’m not pregnant by then. I have been feeling that, because I had my mmc before being able to find out the sex (as many of us have), I lack the closure I may have had from naming the baby. I want some way to memorialize my child and I think something like this would be perfect. My mom gave me the idea. Growing up, my best friend’s mom wore a necklace with 3 angels on it. I was too young to understand, but my mom recently told me those were to represent the 3 babies she lost. I don’t think I’d want to get something like that that would probably invite questions, so I think something like your rings are a good way to go.

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Kay1126:  I don’t quite understand my own emotions with this. I hate things that remind me of my MCs. Sometimes I’ll actually be having fun and it’s totally out of my mind, and then reality comes crashing down. So it doesn’t really make sense to wear a reminder, but somehow I just find it comforting. The birthstone thing was the best I could come up with. I’m agnostic so any kind of angel reference doesn’t work. I also did not know the gender of my first MC, but I’m awaiting genetic testing results for the second. I’m not sure how I’ll feel when I find out, and whether it will make things  different from the first.

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