, thanks for checking in, lady! I'm glad things around going well with your little lemon.
Please do let us know the gender, how exciting!!! jessica
, I think there's a lot to be said for the shotgun approach. It's definitely less stressful! Good luck!enigo
, I know EXACTLY what you mean. I knew m/c was a possibility, and had definitely been awoken earlier the same year when my sis went through it, but still. I was completely thrown out of my world when the lady found no heartbeat. I am pretty sure the table disappeared from underneath me.
I hope we're not a wreck next time. I want to try to love the next one with the same dearness as ever. Are we almost cycle buddies again? I'm 2-3dpoish, I think.LZP
, you made me laugh my butt off with your T-rex comparison. What a great image! I totally understand your desire to treasure your little dinosaur. And I'm over the moon for you that you heard the heartbeat again! Nanette
, BOOHISS is right!!! You deserve to be followed after medication! I'm sorry, honey. Lyndzies
, I'm glad to see your humor and lightheartedness coming back.
You really went through the ringer this cycle. Your poem from your dad was beautiful, and inspiring. Thank you!!! And wasn't it you talking about New Year's Resolutions? I don't think I have any new ones, just the ones I made after my first RE visit: Take care of my body, work with less obsession, and become a mommy this year. I firmly believe I can achieve all of these!!! I think the surgery will feel like a reset-button for DH and me.hsmamato2
, I hope you've found the easy fix in stopping the melatonin! I know the feeling of kicking yourself (we used lotion for the first few months that probably acted as spermicide), but hopefully it can feel like a relief to know something you can change that will help! Beloved
, I'm sorry you and DH are in this not trying/not avoiding limbo here. It must be hard for you both, and I hope you have a good long talk that helps.
I hope you get to graduate soon!lauren
, I'm so glad you're hanging out with us as you approach your mommy date! I'm so excited for you! Thank you for being an inspiration to us! I know how hard you struggled, and I remember your frustration. Did you ask me where we are in Germany, btw? We're in eastern Germany in a town halfway between Berlin and Frankfurt. We fly home tomorrow morning. ooooof, I'm not happy about that after all this airline hoo ha recently.mae
, it's fun to see you in your TWW! Good luck! Apricot
, I'm sorry the holidays were so hard.
I understand how you were feeling. With everybody googling over our 10 week old niece, it's very easy to imagine how it would have been with our 12 week old munchkin wiggling next to her.
I try not to think about it.YYYM
, yay for crosshairs!!!
You're so quiet! How are you doing?GrahnolaMum
, how are you doing? Waiting to O blows.
I hope you're finding good distractions!kparker
, it was good to hear from you so much. Stay with us as much as feels good! I'm thinking of you!Court, JustKiya, KellyTTC#1
, thinking of you ladies!!! Please check in! Carlyle
, I love you!!! I hope you're feeling better today. afm
, thanks for checking in about the surgery. It's in less than three weeks. It's scheduled for January 20th. AF should be here around January 11th-ish. I don't really know when/if I ovulated. It seemed to come later than usual last month, and who knows what jetlag did. Anyway, we've been taking advantage of our free time here, so to speak
but I don't think I'll take progesterone or anything. I want to give my poor body a bit of a break, and my mind. Also, progesterone will delay my period, and therefore delay our first real try after the surgery. I can't help but think it will be a REAL TRY, all systems clear, ready for launch.
I'm trying to focus on other priorities until then. I'm getting observed again at school, and I have lesson plans to write for the work I'll miss for the surgery. Plenty to keep me occupied.
Ok, I'll stop my book now.
Happy New Year all!!!