Good luck today @winsor!
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28-09-2015 06:59 #561
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28-09-2015 07:29 #562
winsor and super good luck to you today !!!
I'd like to say its good to be back, but I'm back at work and exhausted after getting in last night. I got home to discover just how incompetent my DP really is. I mean, I knew he couldn't run a house to save himself, but really he has no idea. I'm just glad the cats and dog were still alive. The fridge was full of rotten stuff - fruit, veges, the casserole and soup I made him, off milk and cream, the washing that I asked him to take off the line the day after I left was still on the lounge in a big pile, a filthy bed, no washing had been done, the place was a pigsty, sink full of dishes and the best bit - NO FOOD in the house FFS. I mean really !!! I was so sh1tty. Coming home tired to THAT ! He reckons he was busy all week - doing what I ask - just the usual stuff, work. Me: I frickin work too yet I manage to get those things done !!!! Rant over, but I'm still cranky about it. I don't feel remotely like I'm UTD and won't test until Wed AM because then I will be 9.5dpo. Tomorrow would be pointless.
28-09-2015 07:37 #563
Good luck today @Tahli, no doubt still in bed, but probably not sleeping lol. I'm not sure if they open at 8am or 9am, but no doubt you will be updating us 5 minutes after they open with your fert results - looking forward to that !!!!
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28-09-2015 08:11 #564
28-09-2015 08:48 #565
@leyshoja aw really? Do you normally do all that stuff yourself on top of working? I must admit my place is a bit of a mess because my partner and I both work. Honestly, we ate toast for dinner for about two weeks in a row over winter. We both just couldn't be bothered cooking I'm not exactly Nigela Lawson, domestic goddess. Not the best example to my son (we always cook a little meal for him though)
28-09-2015 08:57 #566
@leyshoja Welcome home Luv!!😊
Sorry it had to be to a frucking pigsty!!!😦 I would've been pi$$ed off too Luv..you had every right to be...lazy bugger!!😐
Hope he pulls his finger out & makes it up to you this week😐 Can't believe you've gone straight back to work today!!!😮 You must be exhausted you poor Luv😦xo
P.s.....Agree....pointless testing tomorrowxo
28-09-2015 09:26 #567
Good luck today Winsor xx
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28-09-2015 09:29 #568
He is actually not lazy, and no he usually helps, but only when I ask. I've given up expecting him to be proactive due to his upbringing. This is a guy that I met when he was 42 and had spent all but about 2 years of his life living with mum and dad. I kid you not. His mum spent her whole life doting on him, is my guess, then when she passed away his dad was retired and spent all his time doting on him after that - and still tells me that he wanted to do it since he was retired and all and poor old DP works soooo hard pfft.
Weak excuse I know but 40 years of ingrained looking after have been a battle to overcome, and I'm over trying. He has always said just ask him and he will do anything - and he does - but why oh why must I be the parent/manager. Its really his only one fault so I can't complain too much I suppose.
When I cracked it last night he was then up and folding and doing dishes, he has to clean out the fridge this afternoon and do food shopping on the way home, he helped me make the bed and by crikey he will be doing a lot of washing and folding for the next few afternoons. IF he's lucky, I will cook dinner tonight. He then made the fatal mistake of trying to get amorous after that. He reallllly has no idea about women lol.
28-09-2015 09:30 #569
Hi gals, just spoke to my doc and he said that one normal tested embryo not working out is not unusual but if it happens again then that's raising a big red flag. So, we'll try another embryo and see what happens. We've only got one more embryo after that and I don't think we have the energy or finances to really do any further investigations but I'll cross that bridge yadda yadda. Hopefully this cycle will be the one
28-09-2015 09:31 #570
And oh my god - I tried to get him to make the bed on his own and he didn't even know which sheet to put on first or how to work it out and then said the pillow cases are alright aren't they - they have no cat hair on them ? Holy crap I only just realised he has never made a bed in his life. I still can't believe it.
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