It's nice to see some old cycle buddies checking in over here on us,
Awww I feel so much love!
Felica- I know you cannot wait to meet your LO, how exciting to get this far along!!! Now if dh can get the nursery together everything else shall fall right into place.
Maria- Wow you are more then halfway to the finish line with the girls? Seriously where does time go? Maybe work is getting the best of us but at least it helps time go by faster. Oh the shower will be lovely, with all the girly things so fun! I remember my first baby shower I ever attended when I was around 14 for my aunt and her friends decorated with baby clothes hung across the room on a clothes line, it was soooo adorable.
Annashope- I was just thinking of you the other day, and it was good to hear from you that everything is going well. Your LO is soooo precious, and I know Paul is going to be so close are we thinking two in diapers at the same time? I cannot wait to find out what you are having, I forget WHEN the gender is revealed, I'm thinking at 20 weeks?
Lauren- Congrats on your twins, we know more then several ladies that bleeding happens early on, thankfully we have each other to know what to expect. I still remember this happening to Maria, could bleeding be more common for twins then singletons? Get plenty of rest, it's all going to be worth it.
Amanda- Glad your appt went well too, how is your husband reacting to the sound of twins?
Cyn- How awesome that you are your husband can work in a civil way together. I think I would kill mine around the third work day. We would be at each other's throat. lol but he wants me to study the FL Real Estate Course with him I just couldn't work for the same broker, I think we do better from a little distance. Our relationship seems to work well, our paster wouldn't marry us until we went through a class, lol most of all he learned I like a little space while I learned he likes affection displayed.
Kynlee- How are they doing overall? I hope many continue to support this family, it's so frightening to lose everything except the clothes on your back. It's especially tough going through the transition of where you're going to live, so thankful to have family close enough to stay with who can help you them get back on their feet. But at the same time trying to stay strong for the family must be the hardest. It's sad to lose a house EVERYTHING but what gets us through it was having each other and the family now more then ever appreciates all your support too. Good people are priceless and we thank God for putting us creatures on earth to help one another in time of need.
Blue- The in-laws would have me up the wall too, I know a good haircut can do wonders and your running is therapy in itself. I hope you take some time to just breathe in and separate yourself from all that drama, you deserve so much better then someone who comes across as an unsensitive MIL. Sometimes people just don't get it but that's why you have us!
AFM: Nothing exciting sigh just wishing I had more then 48 hours in a day, I cannot seem to get everything I need done before my friends visit. Like I said May really flew by and maybe that's good so we can get to IVF sooner. Much love to you ladies! Christy