Fiiiiinally I was able to read through all the posts.
To start from the beginning,
Pitchounette- LOVE the quote. :)
Caly- you and I appear to be on about the same wavelength as we both started TTC in March 2010 and sadly had miscarriages within a month of eachother. Maybe we'll get lucky at the same time!
KellenJane- Good to see another fellow newbie.
I lost track of who it was, but that was funny about falling asleep with the thermometer in your mouth and waking up to your puppy licking your face- too cute.
Lilacvioletiris- I'm a firm believer in the power of positive thinking (The Secret book) and believe your idea of making clothes to prepare just might bring a baby your way. It worked in me finding my hubby (although I used a different method).
RosieL- You're too funny (your new conception plan). Let me know how it works- I'm willing to try almost anything.
So after getting a D&C in June 2010 with my miscarriage, I find out yesterday the details of the chromosomal analysis. I new there was a trisomy as my doc had called after procedure, but yesterday when we went to an OB to discuss pregnancy difficulties (I finally decided to get medical help) my hubby and I I found out we lost a GIRL is our miscarriage. Oddly- I'm sooooo happy to know that. It personalized the loss more and gave us a little bit of closure. We named her last night- Anahita Sura (Ardvi Anahita Sura is the angel of fertility, so I thought it fit and she could help us achieve a successful pregnancy). Also, we found out she had a Trisomy 15, which is apparently extremely rare (can lead to death, Angelman's Syndrome, or Prader-Willi Syndrome). Luckily, my body knew what to do- learned, though, that it increases our chances for another trisomy in the future, but we'll keep our fingers crossed.
My doc said I clearly ovulate as I achieved a pregnancy; however, he ran a bunch of bloodwork to see if I have any issues and plans to do an ultrasound, among other things. He mentioned he could start me on Clomid, too, after getting bloodwork back. I LOVE MY DOC!