...and that’s quite alright. I realize there are many other goals on this list that I need to accomplish before juniors come along. We did decide on a girls name if we have one. So that’s a fun step in the dreaming and planning stages. Tesla Emerson, although Emerson is still up for debate. And after all, we still have at least nine months before we have to nail it down. :) 5 months ago
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This month we’ve decided once we hit the fertile window, we are going to have sex every day for 7 days to give the best chance. I know it sounds like hard work, but I’m really looking forward to it! 6 months ago
Well, we did a pregnancy test yesterday and unfortunately still no joy. For me, I know it takes time, but my wife was a bit down about it yesterday. 6 months ago
We decided we’d start trying at beginning of May, but didn’t know what we were doing really. This month we’ve downloaded an app that helps you choose the most effective days to have sex on, so hopefully if we are both medically sound, this should happen soon! 6 months ago
no dia 25 vou fazer um exame para saber o dia da ovulação e então será feita uma nova inseminação no dia 27 , eu vou engravidar no dia 02/04/2014 e vou ter um filho lindo e saudável ainda esse ano!! Deus me ajude, que o universo conspire para que meu desejo se realize exatamente assim!! 9 months ago
I always wanted children and this past January, my sweet and sour Luke came into this world on the fast track. I say sweet and sour for a reason. Any parent would be a liar if they said that screeching cry an infant can sometimes make doesn’t make them wish they had ear plugs. You know the cry. The one where their face turns deep red and it lasts so long, you wonder if they’re going to start breathing soon.
The sweetness overrides the sour by a long shot. He may only be two months old today, but his first smile threw me for a loop. His first true giggle was one of the most amazing sounds I’ve ever heard and I was lucky enough to have it caught on camera, not just for my enjoyment, but also for his deployed father to see and hear.
He drives me crazy at times and when I’m at my most exhausted, he smiles right at me as if he knows that’s exactly what I needed. He’s my little love and I can’t wait for our adventures ahead. 9 months ago
We got to make the big announcement today! Everyone was really excited and supportive. I’ve been lucky that everything has gone so well so far. It still feels sort of unreal right now. We have another doctor’s appt next week. Hopefully everything continues to go smoothly – we’re excited to be first-time parents! 10 months ago
On December 9th, 2013 my sweet Hazel Amber was born. It only took me 27 years, 60 hours of both back labor and prodromal labor, and three pregnancies to get her but she was well worth the wait. I would post her picture but I have my reasons for not wanting my daughter’s picture posted on the internet. Just know that I am one proud mommy and would love to do this again! 11 months ago
So Christmas went well, did not let the news out of the bag yet, hoping to wait for second trimester, however at the family Christmas Eve get together, my husband’s Uncle showed up sick as a dog with Bronchitis, proceeded to golf in the freezing temps in the snow. And (Uncle’s) son was also just getting over bronchitis. I am so miserably sick as no one said anything until the uncle started coughing horribly. I thought he simply had a hangover (not the first). Then they took him to the emergency room. Now I’m sick, my insurance just switched and my previous doctor is no longer covered and we have a 5,000$ deductible. This month has been a nightmare outside of finding out we’re pregnant. I worked today but came home with a wracking cough and green/yellow/brown phlegm. Drinking tea, had soups, and am now waiting on my awesome husband to bring home a humidifier so I’m not so miserable. I would smile but it’ll just look like a cringe from all the pain. Hope someone somewhere is having a perfect pregnancy to compensate for my bronchitis ridden one. 12 months ago