Friday, October 17, 2008

Waiting

This was a natural cycle for us this month. While we haven't quite decided about what to do down the road (thank you for all your great opinions everyone...it's a lot to process!) I know we're gonna do a few more months of clomid with timed intercourse hoping for the best. I might actualy try drinking green tea this month, trying to do what I can for the cervical mucus!

So I'm currently waiting for AF. It's possible we could be pregnant, but you guys know, getting your hopes up is just so frustrating. I'm doing everything I can think of to distract myself, but the end of each cycle is just so picking hard to be pessimistic! I just think constantly about when the baby would be due, would my husband and I still be able to do our Europe trip over spring break, could we keep it a secret until christmas... You ladies I think all know what I'm talking about.

So here I am.
Waiting for AF.

She should be here at the beginning of next week. But that will usually mean spotting a few days before.
Who would've thought going to the bathroom would become a dramatic event in our lives (well, past potty training that is).

Have a good weekend, and good luck to all of you starting cycles and waiting for good news!

7 comments:

Nichole said...

Good Luck! I hope AF stays far far away from you and you get your little miracle this months!

Hope2morrow said...

The waiting game stinks, and I understand all your thoughts. Who knows? Maybe, just maybe..... Good luck!

Shelby said...

I certainly hope you get to have those dilemmas! Good luck!

twondra said...

Good luck! I'm thinking of you!

CTagsGirl said...

I feel your pain! It seems like IF always makes us wait for something, doesn't it?! I hope the time passes quickly for you.

This may be old news to you, but have you guys used Pre.Seed or Pre. Conc.eive? It was VERY helpful with my CM issues. Just a thought.

Have a fantastic weekend! *hugs*

Leslie Laine said...

Thanks for your kind comments on my post last week. I really appreciate your support. It's amazing how therapeutic this blogging thing is!

I hope that the beginning of next week brings no broomsticks for you! Keep hoping!

l.l.

I Believe in Miracles said...

I love how you talked about going to the bathroom is a dramatic event. In this journey - totally!! Ugh.
How you doing?