I'm good, thanks for checking on me.
I was disappointed that the FET didn't work, but at the same time, I am so in love with my little squirmy Marlo that I was fine with it. There are days that I think it would be great for her to be the big sister so she doesn't have to grow up alone after the big kids leave, but at the same time, I look at this crazy world and wonder why I would want to subject another child to this mess we all live in. I still have 2 embryos, and am not sure what we will do, or when. It's tough to know which is the right way to go. However, I never stop hoping that one of these months the question will miraculously be answered for me and I will end up expecting...HA! I know it happens, just look at Ryann.
Who am I kidding, after 9 years of trying we ending up in year 8 with 2 miscarriages and a diagnosis of severe male factor issues. Year 9... 4 failed IUI, and then hallelujah first IVF was a success, only to lose our sweet boy too soon. This is another reason I am not sure what to do with my 2 remaining embryos. After losing Johnny, and then the fiasco I had with the twins and just bringing Marlo home.... I just don't know.
Blair~ Ugh, the bumps and bruises are awful! Oh how I wish a bubble existed! I'm afraid Anna is right though. As much as the falls happen and the crying goes on, it's the only way they can learn. As much as we hate it, and as hard as these stone floors are, we have had to let Marlo just go after it. Luckily for us, she learned to be more careful after getting a few hard knocks.
It's so sad though. Hang in there! It's okay to have a good cry with her when she gets an ouchie. So sad.