Af arrived a day earlier, throwing a stick in the spokes as usual, now I had to do bloodwork on day 2 between 7am and 8am, very busy time in my house getting my guys ready for school, so Sat would have been much better, but we will deal with it, today I left my 16year old home with everyone strict instructions, the little guys were still sleeping and the other 2 were to get ready for school, and make the bus, I would drive my oldest to school once I got back. The office is only 10 min away, and b/w and sono ususally take 15min max, so I figued I would be back within a 1/2 hour... Not today the nurse was late openimg the office, the u/s nurse was late, so I was there at 7am, but I didn't get b/w or sono until 7:30, and got home by 7:40, of course my 13 yr old missed his bus, and my 10 yr old was not dressed so I got them all together and drove the older guys to school, then got the other 3 ready....Not a smooth start, but at least I only have to go weekly, so I think I have to figure out a better plan for next fri monitoring visit.
OK I don't know how I feel one minute excited the next I am so sad, and the next I am afraid I will get pregnant and lose her again. I know one step at a time, lets pray she makes it through the thaw.... then lets pray she STICKS!!!!!!!!.... and then when we pass that hump we will pray she holds on for the next 9 months!!!!!!!! Please Lord I hope you are listening!!!!
I feel I could jump out of my skin, I am so afraid I will never have a DD, I just could Scream!!!!! If I thought it would help I would do it, so I guess I need to focus on getting my body ready to hold my little girl for the next 9 momths. Off to the web to find out the best things to do for a successful FET!!!!!! Come on my snow baby make it through the thaw and STICK!!!!! I know you can do it.