Ava's Mom: have you tested? I've got my fingers crossed for you!
Originally Posted by SoCaliMommy
MamatoD~ Sorry i worded that wrong, i don't think you insulted anything, just that the article sounded like it was insulting people born in those months.
No problem with the wording, I just misunderstood. I would really hate to insult anyone, but yes especially the title of the article sounds a bit offhanded. Are you testing this week?
Good luck Wendlynnn, I hope the wait goes quickly with some really great news at the end!
Originally Posted by peaches' mom
I am 12 dpo, just got back from a weekend away & couldn't hold back from testing even though it wasn't FMU. I *believe* I now know what a "squinter" is! Shall check in again tomorrow to confirm but at this point I am very excited!
FWIW, if it is in fact positive, I will be ELATED beyond belief to be welcoming a November babe. About a year ago I had many of the same thoughts that I have read recently on this thread - worrying about a birthday too close to the holidays, a newborn in winter, etc. Fast-forward to today and those concerns seem silly to me. In fact, I can think of a million reasons why winter babies are fabulous & ideally timed. In any case, a baby will be very welcome here regardless of its arrival date. Of course we are all in different situations and have every right to our opinions, just thought I'd offer a different perspective.
Sending loads and loads of to everyone, and especially those in the 2ww!
Congratulations Peaches' Mom, I hope you got a clear line this morning. I always love to see pictures as well!
AFM: I tested on Saturday and Sunday, both BFNs I didn't even bother this morning. I'm feeling sure I'm out this month, I'm still having some EWCF, so it looks like I didn't ovulate at all... grrr. Oh well, my plan is to hang out and wait for AF and concentrate on night weaning my ds. I feel like we would both sleep better, and then I could feel like I'm doing something proactive for TTC, instead of just getting frustrated with my body for not working right. Any tips for night weaning? I'm planning to keep co-sleeping and any advice is appreciated. Welcome to the new mamas and good luck!