Welcome and welcome back to so many of you, all new to me!
I love your low-key attitude, sbwesty. That's how I thought I would be. But somehow, after last month's phantom pregnancy symptoms and excitement, I've lost my cool a bit.
Chapluqa: my parents and in-laws are all-too aware of our recent attempts (we'll be the first on both sides if we have a child) and they are not always sensitive. A few weeks ago my mom was giving me the rundown about the symptoms I had confided in her in the 2ww, that she had discussed with everyone at work (?!). I had to tell her that while I want to tell her as soon as I get a BFP, I'm uncomfortable with her discussing me with everyone at work in case of a loss. She said: well, then don't tell me, I won't be able to wait three months. Frustrating!!!
Hi Tickle toes, I'm so glad you are enjoying the bicycle. I have found that I need to do some sort of physical activity every day, or else it affects my mood. I would run 5 miles a day if I could, I love running, but I want to be a little more gentle on my body, so I've been trying to walk more and do yoga. It frustrates me when I think I don't have time to be active.
Pitchounette, I can relate about bursting into tears after temping. I had bought a FRER and was going to use it the morning my temp tanked last month.
Lilacvioletiris, I'm with you on the ibuprofen. I find that it works even better when I'm off it for a few weeks while ttc and 2ww!
AFM, still waiting to O and my temp has been virtually the same for the past 3 days, not low enough that I think a jump will mean ovulation, though. I can't figure it out, but I do feel cramping in my ovary area...