viroes, i totally get the wanting to move on. for almost 19 months i pretty much just jumped from procedure to procedure so i'd have something to look forward to. will you give your body any time to rest in between?
laura, that's a kick ass beta!!! i am so excited for you. i keep peeing on sticks to make sure i'm still pregnant, i can't wait to have actual doubling betas.
rcr, how did the chicken burial go? sorry to hear your son has ringworm. did you find out how to get rid of it? also, thanks for the story about your dh. i think i often expect my dh to react exactly like i do, and obviously he doesn't! he's actually gotten a bit more excited yesterday. he confessed that when i first showed him the test he didn't see the line! it was 5:45 am, he didn't have his glasses on, and was still half asleep. i guess i can't really blame him!
mom, three cheers for dr t!!! again, thanks again, 100 times thank you, for giving me that initial recommendation to go to him. going to SIRM was the best decision i ever made. i was reluctant to leave my last RE, but i really doubt they ever would have been able to get me pregnant.
to all the ladies, it's crazy how entwined some of us get in each others' lives. i'm so happy when people are able to make brief stops here, but for those of us who had a bit more of a struggle (no woman left behind RCR! you're next!), it's like watching family graduate. i mean, who DIDN'T cry when blue got her natural bfp?? i felt the same way stalking the grads thread and watching everyone who i met when i first started move on and give birth to beautiful babies. the ivf advice and support we share here is priceless. obviously hormones are making me sappy, but i have never been more grateful for finding this board.
afm, today's line is darker than the control practically, so i think i'm still in the game. i just want to take my beta already!