helenmac - A huge congratulations hun...that is such wonderful news, you have SO been through the ringer.
Peasoup - Congrats also....I read your post to my mum and we both thought your last sentence was priceless!
Em - Hun, March will be here before you know it. I am spending Christmas with my parents and I was just sitting here thinking that I did the same thing last Christmas but I was looking at donor profiles.....July came before I knew it and now Im sitting here the most happiest preggie gal!!! You are on such an exciting (and stressful) journey.
BB4Me - Got your email and Im so happy that all is going well...looks like DH may have to hurry on that new house of yours.
Blinky - Some R n R away from IVF is the best thing....it can become all too consuming at times and what better place than the Sunny Coast...beautiful. Enjoy.
Sooty - The best christmas pressie...it must have been such a relief to hear that you can continue your journey....a journey that will be successful too.
Lily - This thread is so full of knowledge and the support from the ladies is amazing. I too would not know how I would have coped without everyone here.
Rainbow - Team blue...wonderful news.
Net - So sorry to read your news... I hope that time with your family at Christmas is just what you need.
Hi to all that I have missed....Im still trying to catch up!
Spending Christmas in Canberra with my parents and it is so nice to be away from the Cairns humidity. AND the choice of baby shops here is unbelievable compared to Cairns...I think we only have Baby r Us in Cairns! Bought a great pram yesterday at a great bargain.
This will be the first grandchild for my parents, so they are super excited and I have to admit, Im getting a little spoilt!!
Have caught up with a lot of my school friends and we have laughed and laughed...cant quite believe that their kids are either leaving home to travel, getting married etc, and Im just starting!!! Catching up with my bestie tomorrow.
I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas....love this time of year.
Oh I nearly forgot....there was a post a little earlier about cleft lips/palates being a risk whilst being on Prednisolone. This is incorrect....I have checked this with my OB, and a Fetal Medicine Specialist and also an Endocrynologist....there is nothing to suggest that Prednisolone can be attributed to clefting, despite some 'documentation' out in googleland. There has been some suggestion that clefting can be hereditary but not confirmed....clefting is purely random 'bad luck'.