darcy - Holy cow, that is a challenging sleep cycle! Is it just because of temping anxiety, or have you always had interrupted sleep? The best environmental advice I've heard for sleeping through the night is cooler temperatures and no ambient light. My DW has struggled with interrupted sleep her whole life and now swears by melatonin, which is a supplement of a natural substance found in your body that supports sleep. Maybe you want to try that, too? Also, if it's temping anxiety, have you tried giving yourself a break from temping after you confirm ovulation and starting up again after AF leaves?
Afm, OMG. Last night DW was helping me check my cervical position, and she thought she noticed watery CM, but talked herself out of it because it's way too early - yesterday was CD8, and I usually O around CD17. This morning I noticed a temp spike, and thought how funny it is that our temps can bounce around so much between AF and O. I looked back at previous charts and noticed that it's somewhat normal for me to get a temp spike around CD8. Still oblivious... THEN I was reading through my Brill book looking for some totally different info this morning, and I came across the story of "Denise" (pages 231-2 for those following along at home) who had a similar situation and actually ovulates twice per month. So, I took an OPK and holy crap, it was a strong "almost" positive, just like it would be for a fade out after my usual O... I think I might be a double ovulator! Obviously I had no sperm at home right now so there's nothing I can do about it this cycle, but what great info to have if this cycle doesn't result in a BFP for me. I never would have OPKed this early if I hadn't read that passage in the book, but I sure will next cycle if I'm not pregnant yet. Here's a link to my charts for anyone who is curious or wants to share insights: http://FertilityFriend.com/home/3d8708/