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post #41 of 360
Thread Starter 

Carmen -- i just saw your post over in QP&P and i wanted to send you a huge hug and say that i really hope it doesn't mean anything.  hug2.gif

post #42 of 360

Oh no! Carmen!  I hope it doesn't mean anything!  Hugs to you!  hug2.gif

post #43 of 360

nosreves, HOORAY for your pen!  I'm so glad you made it to the pharmacy in time.  Whew.  Um, we are majorly opposed to baby pink and baby blue.  Our preferred color palette is one of bright, saturated colors.  Greens, blues, purples, reds, orange-yellow (but not light, watery yellow).  There's a lot of black here, my scrub uniform is black and DW has nearly an all-black wardrobe - working in a theatre and all.  White is okay.  And my paintings!  EEEK!  I haven't done anything in months.  I have done a painting and a half of baby faces, and have been teaching myself how to embroider to decorate onesies, and writing love letters to The Cupcake, and I made a ceramic mask!  But ... alas, no progress on the Roses.  But I do need to get on it!  THEY WILL BE DONE BY AUGUST.  They must!  

post #44 of 360

nosreves- South Carolina aye? I'm from Birmingham, Alabama...you talk about a drawl! lol As soon as I open my mouth, people hear my accent and pretty much know I'm from the deep south. It's totally fine that you placed me on the Waiting To Know list! I actually took another 2 tests tonight to see if the line was getting darker and it was. I'm just not ready to get too excited until I go into the RE's office on Monday for a blood test. It's like I want to hold my breath a little bit longer to make sure everything is progressing as it should THEN I'll relax. 

post #45 of 360
Who just signed up for fertility friend from my page? Thanks because you just gave me 5 extra days! smile.gif Whoo hoo!

Carmen--Thinking about you! hug.gif
post #46 of 360
Can I be moved to waiting to O ?
Re is switching me off clomid and putting me on letrozole(sp)
She says has little higher preg rate, and should not thin my lining ...follicle scan is on den 10th and Feb 13....id love my iui to be on 14th of Feb smile.gif

Carmen fx fx fx and big hugs
post #47 of 360
Carmen, sorry for such horrible news at your U/S, I can't imagine getting that kind of news. I will definitely be thinking of you guys during this time of worry and have fx that baby will hang in there.
post #48 of 360

Mrs²- I'm not sure when we are gonna test. I'm kinda thinking Valentines Day?? It would be 12DPO and I've got 20 mIU/ml tests so they should be fairly sensitive... I don't know yet though. Honestly, I will probably start testing at 10 DPO and keep going to I get a positive or AF comes! We will see.

 

Nosreves- Brilliant thinking for coming up with "Mrs²" I love it! Yes this is our first month inseminating and no we don't plan on sticking with "M" names for our babies. For some reason it seems so much worse to me to do that to our human babies. I'm not sure why though, maybe because both my sister and I have names that start with "T".  Congratulations on your puregon pen. The universe must be telling you that it is meant to happen this month!

 

Desert- Hooray for all the NW cryobank babies is right! It would be wonderful if we all had the same donor. At first I thought that it would be such a slim chance because there are so many donors but then I realized how wonderful the donor we are using seems and how much I love him that I can just see so many people wanting to use him! We are also against traditional boy and girl colors for our baby but I am not sure how I am going to handle that when the time comes to learn the gender. DW and I have talked about letting the gender be a surprise so that our families will be forced to buy "gender neutral" stuff since we are pretty sure they will want to buy all baby blues for a boy or pink for a girl. They are wonderful and mean well but sometimes they just don't get it!

 

Cananny- I agree that conceiving on Feb 14th sounds great!

 

AFM- We did our second insem this morning and I feel like the timing was beautiful. We were going to do it around 11 pm last night but I just had this feeling that we needed to wait. It seemed like my body was still progressing into O. So we woke up at 4 (so early!!) and did the insem. It was probably good that we did it that early so that I had some time to rest before I had to get up and get ready for work. One really weird thing though... Yesterday my temp was 96.3, then at 4 this morning it was 96.2 before we insemed, then before I got out of bed at 545 it was 96.8??? It was so weird to me that it had gone up that much. I'm not sure if it was because I had been awake but I had fallen back to sleep for about an hour before temping. I'm not really sure. But later this morning I got lots of EWCM and some cramping on my right side. My body is really telling me that I am ovulating today so that makes me feel really good about our timing regardless of the weird temp issue.

 

joy.gif I feel like I am just bursting with hope and joy today. I really wish I could share that with those of you who need it. grouphug.gif

post #49 of 360

Cananny- Letrozole is more commonly known by it's brand name Femara.

More info on the differences between Clomid and Letrozole here: http://www.wdxcyber.com/debate-clomid-versus-femara.html if you're interested.

 

A Valentines baby would be very sweet indeed.

 

Hopeful22- hey there cycle buddy!   thumbsup.gif Congratulations on your first insemination!  W00t!

I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you.  May we have a joyful and quick two weeks!

And a fellow Pacific Northwesterner- I know you'll appreciate the sunny days where the wet stuff doesn't fall for a change.

It's looking greyish out there today here in Vanky, but there's (allegedly) more sunshine on the way over the next few days!  http://www.katkam.ca/

 

I love that your partner sang to the sperm.  That;s so lovely.

What exactly did she sing? What musical tastes do spermies have? Classic rock anthems? Disco medleys? 

Or was it more like ♪ ♫ ♩ ♬ 'swim, swim, little spermiiiiiiiiies, swiiiiiiiiiim...'  ♪ ♫ ♩ ♬

That's the kind of stuff we sing... or sometimes we do a good Dory (from Finding Nemo) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmyUkm2qlhA

 

Err- remind me- you're doing IUIs at home from frozen, right?

Let us know how your second insem went!

 

nosreves-

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anna -- sorry to hear about the sadness.  i think pretty much every woman in here who has spent more than a couple of months ttc has experienced something similar, and it just sucks.  you seem to have such an optimistic, sunny personality that it's hard to imagine you being low and discouraged for long.  given today's weather, it seems that even mother nature is trying to cheer you up! how were your DP's temps today?

 


Yes, I am naturally very optimistic. Everything will work out. I know this with a great degree of certainty.

And my sad feelings only lasted maybe 30 minutes before things brightened up again.

 

And yes! DW's temp FINALLY went up today - at- what are we, like- 4??!! DAYS??!! after her positive OPK?? So we're now finally 1DPO I guess. 

Ugh. I dunno what's going on this cycle. 

She has ear ache, too, which she's never had in her life. And the glands on her neck are a bit swollen... plus she got a migraine yesterday which left her lying in bed in the dark with an ice pack on her head. 

 

When I got back from picking up sperm from our KD her exact words were 'Are you good enough to do this in the dark yet? I can't have an orgasm, so just do me.'

Oh, the romance of it all!!! lol.gif

This all bodes well for our chances this cycle, dunnit??!  irked.gif

 

I'm determined to find a website that tells me that ear ache is a very very early pregnancy sign reallyforsureofcoursitiz. Even if it takes me all day and I have to search google in 5 different languages...

 

In the meantime I'm booking her in for acupuncture and maybe an osteopathy session, too. Need to get whatever this build up of pressure and fluids and what-not-other-bad-goobies out of her neck and shoulders.

 

I'm just happy her temps went up. I was starting to think she might not ovulate at all this month, which would knock her confidence (she's 39 and very concerned about it). 

But today my Baby is HOT! Woohoo!! biggrinbounce.gif

And we insemmed with fresh sperm 4 evenings in a row, so we did what we could, right? The rest is up to the Universe.


 

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my first-ever self-injection took place when i finally got home, and it didn't hurt a bit!  it's all a shot in the dark (pun very much intended), as there's no one to ask about dosage, and i won't be able to have an u/s until friday, but a girl can still hope.   

 

I love your new sex toy errr, self injector pen. Very stylish!

Also loving the gung-ho attitude about dosage and making this happen for yourself. You guys rock!

You have to work so hard for this in France, you sometimes have this awesome guerrilla tone- buck the system, tell the doctor what she needs to hear, night-time supply trips across the border to Belgium, surprise attacks on the pharmacy... I can see a Che flag flying over your little french maison. smile.gif

 

So, Comrades, fight on! Remember- the conventional army looses if it does not win. The guerrilla wins if she does not lose!

... or something like that.

 

 

 


Edited by AnnaNotherThing - 2/2/12 at 7:15pm
post #50 of 360

Tiney Dreams: Congratulations! I'm so happy for you!

 

Hopeful: Good luck!

 

AFM: I'm in a much better headspace than I was on Tuesday. Neither DW nor I really expected this cycle to work, but we were hopeful (especially given my nausea). I went to see the RE today for a follicle scan and bloodwork. Everything is back to baseline. I'm starting the tamoxifen again tonight. He's also putting me on a medicine to lower my prolactin. It's still within the high end of normal, but he wants it lowered anyway. If the medicine doesn't lower it, I'll be going in for an MRI just to make sure things are all right. I go back in for my next u/s and blood check on the 13, with a probable IUI around the 17 or 18.

 

We want this to work so bad, and we only have 3 chances left!

 

 

post #51 of 360


Thanks for the link.. I was doing really well on clomid except thin lining.. so my re wants to see how Femara works.. im willing to give it a  try plus a a little higher success rate..I am all for a valentines baby :) I am really hoping for a 2012 baby.. I am a year of the dragon in chinese astrology and this year is the year of the dragon.. and it is also extra special year.. Id love for the LO to be born in the year of the dragon :)

 

Funny thing about the sperm song.. I sang that when my DP was trying... the swim spermies swim... and now she sings it to me.. its a bit ridiculous but funny!!!

 

Here is hoping your DP is feeling better Anna! 

 

I am thinking of trying accupuncture.. I have never done it so im a bit nervous.... but I want to try it!!

 

 

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Cananny- Letrolzole is more commonly known by it's brand name Femara.

More info on the differences between Clomid and Letrozole here: http://www.wdxcyber.com/debate-clomid-versus-femara.html if you're interested.

 

A Valentines baby would be very sweet indeed.

 

Hopeful22- hey there cycle buddy!   thumbsup.gif Congratulations on your first insemination!  W00t!

I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you.  May we have a joyful and quick two weeks!

And a fellow Pacific Northwesterner- I know you'll appreciate the sunny days where the wet stuff doesn't fall for a change.

It's looking greyish out there today here in Vanky, but there's (allegedly) more sunshine on the way over the next few days!  http://www.katkam.ca/

 

I love that your partner sang to the sperm.  That;s so lovely.

What exactly did she sing? What musical tastes do spermies have? Classic rock anthems? Disco medleys? 

Or was it more like ♪ ♫ ♩ ♬ 'swim, swim, little spermiiiiiiiiies, swiiiiiiiiiim...'  ♪ ♫ ♩ ♬

That's the kind of stuff we sing... or sometimes we do a good Dory (from Finding Nemo) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmyUkm2qlhA

 

Err- remind me- you're doing IUIs at home from frozen, right?

Let us know how your second insem went!

 

nosreves-


Yes, I am naturally very optimistic. Everything will work out. I know this with a great degree of certainty.

And my sad feelings only lasted maybe 30 minutes before things brightened up again.

 

And yes! DW's temp FINALLY went up today - at- what are we, like- 4??!! DAYS??!! after her positive OPK?? So we're now finally 1DPO I guess. 

Ugh. I dunno what's going on this cycle. 

She has ear ache, too, which she's never had in her life. And the glands on her neck are a bit swollen... plus she got a migraine yesterday which left her lying in bed in the dark with an ice pack on her head. 

 

When I got back from picking up sperm from our KD her exact words were 'Are you good enough to do this in the dark yet? I can't have an orgasm, so just do me.'

Oh, the romance of it all!!! lol.gif

This all bodes well for our chances this cycle, dunnit??!  irked.gif

 

I'm determined to find a website that tells me that ear ache is a very very early pregnancy sign reallyforsureofcoursitiz. Even if it takes me all day and I have to search google in 5 different languages...

 

In the meantime I'm booking her in for acupuncture and maybe an osteopathy session, too. Need to get whatever this build up of pressure and fluids and what-not-other-bad-goobies out of her neck and shoulders.

 

I'm just happy her temps went up. I was starting to think she might not ovulate at all this month, which would knock her confidence (she's 39 and very concerned about it). 

But today my Baby is HOT! Woohoo!! biggrinbounce.gif

And we insemmed with fresh sperm 4 evenings in a row, so we did what we could, right? The rest is up to the Universe.


 

 

I love your new sex toy errr, self injector pen. Very stylish!

Also loving the gung-ho attitude about dosage and making this happen for yourself. You guys rock!

You have to work so hard for this in France, you sometimes have this awesome guerrilla tone- buck the system, tell the doctor what she needs to hear, night-time supply trips across the border to Belgium, surprise attacks on the pharmacy... I can see a Che flag flying over your little french maison. smile.gif

 

So, Comrades, fight on! Remember- the conventional army looses if it does not win. The guerrilla wins if she does not lose!

... or something like that.

 

 

 



 

post #52 of 360
Thread Starter 

salut gals!  i apologize in advance for the lack of personals tonight.... i'm exhausted, and i have to be up in a few short hours for my follie scan.  the last dose of estrace is up my hoo-hoo (or "woo-woo" as my h-challenged froggy wife likes to call it) and i shot up again a few hours ago.  i know i shouldn't get too excited, but i've been feeling some definite activity on both my ovaries.  if only everything would line up...1 or 2 big follicles on the good side, a nice cushiony endometrium and belgian docs who are willing to insperminate on a weekend.   maybe, just maybe i'll be able to make that first trip to belgium this weekend.  

 

tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow....om.gif

post #53 of 360

love Mrs²-. That is so good! 

 

Hopeful - I gave in and started testing this morning. I'm 10 DPO. It was ( - ) but I am not letting it get to me. It's still early. I feel totally pregnant so it's a matter of waiting for the signs to align and confirm that I'm right. 

 

I love the idea of a valentine's day-conceived baby!! Our ultrasound and trigger shot were delayed by that huge winter storm we had in the pnw, you know, two weeks ago-ish so my fingers are crossed that we get a good winter storm conception story. Oh yes, we totally got snowed in and made a baby. Except (I worry) what if a lot of people did that in our town, and the midwives are so busy and the kindergartens are overfilled and you can never plan a birthday party because three of their friends have the same b-day ... there really are endless things to worry about to distract me from this tww(t). I am finding them all. 

 

RE: Acupuncture. I love it so much. If you can find someone you like, it's really great. I see an acupuncturist who specializes in fertility/women's health stuff. She did an energetic reading on me 8DPO and did a balancing/soothing treatment. (I feel so self-consciously PNW right now) It was pretty great. I am terrified of needles but between the fertility clinic and the acupuncturist, I've made my peace with it (mostly). 

 

post #54 of 360

my fingers are crossed so hard for you, nosreves!! 

post #55 of 360

carmen- I keep popping over to QP&P and just feel so sad for you and your family. I'm so sorry this is happening. 

Sometimes this process really sucks.

 

I wish we could do something to help. hug2.gif

post #56 of 360

 

Carmen: Just in case you don't see my QP&P post, I want to reiterate how sorry I am for you, DP, and DD and the rest of your family. Whenever you are ready, we are here to listen candle.gif

 

 

 

 

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How awesome for you and DP! Congrats!

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So now I'm back with hopefully not a super long post (we'll see)....there is just much to respond to in these few days since I've been gone- both wonderful and tragic.

 

Anna: I just have to say and I'm going to cont to say that reading your posts are like reading a comedic magazine editoral. Love it. Love it. I also love the fact that you are so close to your KD, having met his family. That's nice

 

Mrs: I don't know anything about the trigger shot. I think that it's so interesting (and unfortunate) that your mother struggled with infertility as well. It would be so interesting to know abit about what her experience was like with managing the emotional ups and downs related to ttc and what kind of support she had 30 yrs ago. It would also be interesting to know about her experience with Clomid. I wonder if the composition and side effects of the drug was different somewhat back then. I think looking at the social context surrounding infertility issues over the past few decades would make a sweet research paper.

 

Cananny: So sorry this wasn't your month. Good luck with the new medication.

 

SouthernBelle: Welcome and congratulations with winning on your first try! Hope all goes well with your doctor's appt.

 

Hopeful: Good luck lady!!!!

 

RS11: Sorry to hear about AF. AF is stupid. There I said it. Here's to your prolactin levels going down.

 

Carpenter: Sorry to hear about it not happening this past month for you. I think Home Insems rock. They are so much more natural and comfortable I think for everybody. At this point in my journey I'm somewhat skeptical of doctors' thoughts about what is best for lesbians ttc, unless it is a super queer friendly doc. I think that they may get upset about anything they can't regulate or make money on...I know that I'm pretty cynical.

 

Nos: What a lovely thread you have started!!! I think it is so cute that your DP told her 70 yr old parents about ttc and so sorry to hear about her AF. Again like above, AF is stupid. So I need to ask, what is a "cloment"? I probably could make my guesses. So I truly hope your combo of meds are going to get you the gigantic BFP!!!

 

AFM: So when I last reported in I had the craziest cluster of O mishaps and then insem'd somewhat on a whim days after I typically O. Seriously it was not a fun week last week. So I immediately made an appt with my RE to figure out our next strategy for next week. To prepare for this appt, I decided to request for any testing to be done to be done so that we would have all the lastest info. RE suggested I test my progesterone levels to see if I ovulated after all bc I really didn't think I did. I got a call from RE yday that my progesterone levels came back, they were 26.7. I think that is pretty high and so of course I did what anyone here would do, I started scourring the net for signs of reasons for progesterone levels to be that high. 1) It could mean AF is near 2) that I'm near menopause (which I don't think is the case) 3) or I could be the "p" word (which I care not to say right now--bc it kinda freaks me out, in a good way of course). With all that said, I am just super happy to learn that yes I did in fact ovulate no matter if I didn't get a LH surge, or my temps didn't go up for a long time.

 

So now it's just about waiting to see what the universe has in store for me....<heavy sigh>

nite all and ofcourse dust.gif dust.gif dust.gif dust.gif dust.gif dust.gif to all of us

 

 

post #59 of 360

alright...I'm done hogging up all the posting space..

 

thumb.gif NOS at your folli scan!!!!

post #60 of 360
Anna--I just need to tell you how much I love reading your posts. smile.gif Thanks!

nosreves--Yup! Trying next week! Whoo hoo! (I wish I was feeling as enthusiastic and hopeful as that "whoo hoo" looks...ha.) I would love some threadkeepers luck...maybe it will be luckier for me to just have a little bit rather than the whole thing. Congrats on your first self-injection!
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