Monday, December 29, 2008


Well, this week will bring with it the testing for ovulation (something that never seems to work) and if nothing else by the end of the week I'll give them a call and go in for an u/s. Still no true symptoms but starting to get a little bit of nausea. Emotions are pretty stable and I'm thankful for that. Other things I can deal with - but crying without warning can make a very awkward work day.

Nothing else really new... except found out today that 2 more friends are expecting. They were waiting to tell relatives over Christmas and then announced today. I'm thrilled for them - but the green eyed monster HAS reared its head and my heart aches.


  1. Having to hear about other pregnancies when your TTC is really hard. My boss told me she was pregnant about 3 months after i started trying and i was convinced i was pregnant that month, but found out i was not the same day she told me she was!!
    Hang in there, when your day comes, i'm sure you'll tell someone who has been TTC too!

  2. Thanks for your comment on my blog. Glad you enjoyed the pic.

    I would have to agree that one of the hardest things about the IF stuff is the hormonal stuff that comes along with the meds. Wishing you all the best.

  3. Thankfully you are not experiencing too many symptoms. Nausea can be dealt with, however, the crying for no reason is a hard one. I am not on any fertility meds, only the generic form of glucophage and still find myself a crying mess most of the time.

    I can relate to the hearing about others' pregnancies when you are TTC. My new sister-in-law got pregnant around the time my husband and I got married and just told us that she was pregnant about a month ago. She does not have very much longer to go and when I heard the news I nearly flew apart and cried fountains full of tears. I wish I could have been there to cry with you. However, just remember, they that sow in tears shall reap in joy. Your day will come, I do believe in miracles and found a little sign that is hanging in my bathroom that says "miracles happen". It is there so I can read it everyday and get focused first thing, or when I am an emotional mess. My faith and hope is in that for Scott and I. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your husband. Please keep us posted on what you find in your ovulation test. Hopefully two pink lines!!

    Lots of smiles and blessings,
    Stacey :)