It's a rollercoaster isn't it? the fun of BD'ing lol the excitement of waiting to test, then the tears and diappointment... and bottle of wine to drown the sorrows
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29-01-2012 20:39 #821
29-01-2012 20:41 #822
That made me laugh out loud!!! Dinosaur swimmers... DH is 42 so you're on the money!!! (DH told me the other day he was saving his for next couple of weeks and I laughed, he caved on the weekend, we obviously needed the practice!! tMI)
We fell pregnant on first attempt last year so feeling positive (ish). It's the keeping it that bothers me. Though I'm sure the eggs are declining. Hope the doc has good news for you.
29-01-2012 20:41 #823
I'm not far behind you Tamtam, I'll be 33 this year. Electric, I'm sure all of our eggs are okay!!! I'm worried I'm not going to fall pregnant again, it really plays on my mind. I'm going to start vitamins this cycle.
Oh, Woolworths has elevit on special so I'll get some and see if it helps this month! Might even try and get DH on to menevit! And then SMEP the cycle after this one.
29-01-2012 20:43 #824
For sure delirium. I had no idea til last year as had never tried. I love a glass of wine too!!!
I think 34 is a great age too! Done lots of things, know who I am and still totally unprepared to be pregnant or be a parent!!! I'll practice with the dog until it happens!!! (though I think locking a baby outside like I do the dog when being naughty is probably frowned upon!!)
29-01-2012 20:46 #825
and I'm 33 too
29-01-2012 20:46 #826
Lol I had images of these dinosaurs swimming up tubes. My DH is 38, hopefully his swimmers are ok.
Delirium, that is the best way of describing this TTC journey.
Tamtam, I hope you fall first time again. We fell in the third month, I'm hoping for the same again too!
Electric I think your eggs will be ok! we are still young-ish!!!
29-01-2012 20:48 #827
Such similar ages!!!!
Tamtam, just make sure the baby had been fed and changed before you lock it outside and you should be fine... You won't get into toooo much trouble!
29-01-2012 20:48 #828
We are definitely all young!!! Yay for us 30 something's!! That's when life really gets good in my opinion.
29-01-2012 20:50 #829
Cheeky!!! LOL hilarious. I do dress up the dog and bath her once a week. That's enough for a baby right?!? And occasionally she cries at night and I have to get up and tell her no!!!
29-01-2012 20:51 #830
Seriously though, I will be a much more attentive parent than pet owner. 😃
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