Okay, life has temporarily slowed down... so I'm playing catch-up (and NOT writing my classroom newsletter)!
PUH - I hope your camping trip was just what you needed. Try to hang onto that hope.
Cathelini - Wow... you've got it rough with that many kiddos and no aid. Its awful that they are packed in like that. How does the administration expect you to be able to adequately serve that many young children at once?! It appalls me that there are so many safeguards and good practices in early childhood education and they are thrown right out the window once the kids hit kindergarten. If a ration of 10:1 is ideal for four year olds, it makes no sense whatsoever that they'd jump to a ration of 28:1 when they are five. Sorry, I just got all mad for you! Sending you a really BIG hug and hoping that everything (work and otherwise) starts looking up for you soon.
Krunchy - Good to see you back! Congrats on the degree!
Dana - Welcome! I'm sure you'll find this group as supportive as I have in the last year.
Caly - I love hearing that those test lines are getting darker. Yay!
Boots - I'm glad that the HSG went well and was painless. It must be both a relief and a frustration to be back at the drawing board. Sending you lots of .
AFM - I'm 14 DPO, my temp dropped slightly this morning, but is still around 98 and still above average. My LP rarely goes longer than 14 DPO. Its fairly consistent. I did POAS yesterday morning, but it was negative. I don't usually pee on sticks until AF is due, but have never had a positive before 16 DPO... and that was faint, when I had it. So I don't know what to think or expect tomorrow. I'm a bit stressed about it. My chart has never mislead me before. But between the negative test and the previous losses, I'm struggling with hope and fear. Thanks for all of the well wishes, please keep those fingers crossed. I think I'll be severely disappointed if my temp drops and AF shows up.