@Summer - I'm sorry it's not in the bag yet. Thinking of you and sendings hugs.
My mum got me a Dyson for my birthday this year, and I am truly in love with it. It just is that good
Regular freezer meals for us include: Lasagne, Sheppards Pie, Sausages in brown onion gravy, Sausage Curry, Soups, and Casseroles/Ragouts. Any of those I would be happy to freeze for 6+ months, no dramas.
I also just made 5 dozen chocolate chip cookie balls and frozen them in batches of 12. They keep for ages and you just pop them on the oven tray and away you go. They usually take a minute or two longer to cook than fresh dough.
Would you consider getting a BT done love? It might help identify if something is actually trying to happen, or if you have a high latent HCG level.
I have read about this somewhere.... I promise I'm not making it up! Anyway, apparently it's quite common for some women to have a resting, non-pregnant natural HCG level of 2 or 3 - all day, every day of the year. They never go back to zero. I'm wondering if you might have a slightly higher 'non-pregnant level' - say 10 or 12 - which the FRER's are picking up on? That might explain all the confusing lines you seem to get so often?
I'm hoping of course that THIS TIME is different and you are well and truly UTD of course. But it might be useful to get a frame of reference for the future?
Has anyone else ever heard of this?
@Summer im truly sorry hun. We have a sunbeam food saver and they are excellent great for buying meat in bulk breaking it down into smaller portions with no freezer burn. I made a yummy dinner tonight baked salmon in foil with ginger and fresh salad on the side with an asian dressing. It was in the latest copy of womans health recipe.
I love making the Claudia rodent boiled orange cake served with citris reduction and clotted cream on the side yummy.
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