I rarely have no words, but regarding our transfer it just doesn't feel that awesome writing about being hopeful and all that jazz on a day of such horror. It's like September 11th, everyone will remember where they were that day, but I was in stirrups wishing for what had just been taken from those families. I simply can not even begin to imagine their pain.
And with that...
This freaking wait is killing me. I will say this.. cycling over the holidays is pretty amazing. There is all of this stuff to keep busy. To prevent me from googling if sneezing is in fact a pregnancy symptom. It doesn't change the fact that I want it to be over, but it does make the time pass a little bit easier having so much other stuff to do.
People say, I just have a feeling this is going to work. Well they had that feeling the last two times too, and we all know how that played out. So your track record is crap! ;) I get asked a lot how I feel. I feel like a normal person. There's nothing that I feel that couldn't be chalked up to the super dose of hormones. If this were under normal circumstances... I feel exactly the same way anyone else would feel a week after ovulation. NOTHING. Trust me, I wish there was a baby kicking... but it simply does not work that way.
Im pretty sure this worked. We will have triplets. We will never have to deal with this ever again. Two girls one boy. We will happily ever after (more lies as I try to trick myself into a pregnancy).
*Also add 90210 to the list of shows that are covering infertility topics where you least expect it (yes... I watch 90210, I told you I watch a lot of bad tv).