Saturday, December 31, 2011

Goodbye 2011 - Hello 2012


A new year is approaching. You know what that means. Besides remembering to write 2012, that is hard enough...there is more. Yes, more. Those famous New Year resolutions. Everyone has them. Or, maybe not. Even so, I always make them. That does not mean that I will keep them. I make them and wish. Wish that I did not have to. Still, I do. Here are just a few of my 2012 resolutions...


I hereby resolve to

  • Not stress about baby making...this one is going to be tough but I will do my best. 
  • I will answer my snail mail with the same enthusiasm with which I answer my e-mail.
  • I promise to throw out all of the left over candy canes. I can only crush up so many for cookies.
  • Keep my opinions to myself (yeah, right).
  • Wear something other than Lululemon pants to the grocery store.
  • Stop repeating myself again, and again, and again.
  • Wear something other than Lululemon pants to the grocery store...oops...there I go again!
  • Stop procrastinating ... (I think I just might start next month).
  • Enjoy the sweeter side of life - M&Ms, Hershey kisses, skittles, and cucpcakes &...
  • Be more decisive ... I'll absolutely try to attempt to think about resolving to be more decisive, if I possibly can.
  • Quit making those same excuses...I make the same excuses each year, why I'll do better next year, and it's getting pretty old - this year I resolve to come up with some new excuses instead.
  • If I did wrong and realize it, I will apologize. You do the same. Let us all resolve to do this. If we both think that we are right, well, cheers and let’s resolve to forget all about it. Then, who cares? Right? Right.
  • I will drive more carefully, people are starting to notice the dozens of dents in my car. 
  • I refuse to commit myself to an after the holidays diet. Not fair. I have a refrigerator full of cakes, pies and holiday food leftovers. Am I supposed to let it all go to waste? Never! I will resolve to eat it all and not feel guilty. 
  • I promise to stick to these resolutions for more than a week (even though I never do).

Admittedly, my resolutions are not the most exciting but I'm sure that 2012 will be a little rowdy and exciting nonetheless! So keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times and be sure to tighten your seat belt until it feels a little too tight. And then just a little more. For fun.



Happy New Year!

Friday, December 30, 2011

Cupcakes

Do you ever have one of those days where nothing horrible has happened but everything seems to be going against you? It’s snowing...you fall on your ass as soon as you hit the porch step (ouch), your hair isn’t cooperating, you can’t find your keys, your bra is uncomfortable, your third IVF cycle fails and you are waiting to miscarry, you forgot your wallet (thank goodness for my Timmy's card), you can’t remember if you put on deodorant (I'm pretty sure I only put it on one underarm this morning), a co-worker won’t stop humming that song you hate (please make it stop), all your mail are bills and you remember that you forgot to do about 20 different things. Again, nothing like death or dismemberment but still, a considerably bad day. That is exactly how my last few days have been.


It's no secret that I have an addiction to anything topped with icing. So in light of my miserable few days I am going to drown my sorrows in cupcakes!


The cupcake is a remarkable thing. It is, in the ways that matter most, a flawless invention, a treat for both body and mind. Elegant in its simplicity, yet playful, a sentimental nod to birthdays past. And cute—so delightfully, deliciously cute. Deprived of nourishment in the womb by stronger, full-size cakes, cupcakes have overcome their physical shortcomings by maintaining dignity, even when covered in sprinkles. 


If you need me...I'll be in the corner stuffing my face full of cupcakes. 







Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Thirty Two

I was able to get a repeat beta drawn today and got the call a few hours ago that it came back at 32. One week ago it was 43. I'm now the proud owner of a chemical pregnancy. I would have rather gotten a unicorn that poops rainbows but I guess I'll have to settle for a chemical pregnancy. In light of today's news...I have a message...


Dear Karma Fairy,


I was not an evil dictator in a past life. I have evidence of this. Please stop dishing me up their punishments. I can’t handle and I’m pretty sure I don’t deserve any more of this and I’m not a terrible person. (I might also have evidence of this.) Ask Santa, he seemed to think that I was worthy of the nice list..he'll put in a good word for me. Please take this under consideration.


Kind regards,
Me


There is an upswing to this...No more drugs. No more progesterone suppositories, laying waste to my unfortunate, defenseless underpants. The poor things have been though enough! No more hormone fueled outbursts and perhaps I'll actually start sleeping though the night again. There's always a good side to everything...I'm going to try my very best to remember that.


Chin Up Buttercup by The Love Shop via Etsy



Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Survival & Strength

There were tears...many, many tears...but I survived Christmas.

It's been a week since my positive home pregnancy test and one week later, it's still positive and I am as confused as ever. Last Friday my beta was 41 and the Dr. told me it was likely a chemical pregnancy. Devastating news. At this point I guess I expected the HPT to show a clear negative seeing as my beta was low and should have drop off fairly quickly. In an ideal "non Christmas" month, I would have had another blood draw today to see where my levels are at but...I have to wait until January 3rd for that to happen. Do I continue to take a HPT? At this point, seeing the positive is almost worst than seeing a negative is that makes any sense at all! It's frustrating not knowing what is going on inside my body. There was a baby in there but now there isn't...or is there? And here I thought that I already had the hardest part behind me. Silly girl.

While I am very sad and my Christmas did not turn out the way that I thought it would...I do know this...

I am an incredibly fortunate woman. I have an amazing family, a loving and supportive partner and I am surrounded by much love and support. This is not lost on me. Thank you to each and every one of you that has shown me such amazing support. Your comments and well wishes have helped to lift me up and make me stronger and for that I am incredibly grateful. 

What will be...will be...and I have the strength to get through anything. 

Strength by Alpha NUMERIC Photo via Etsy


Saturday, December 24, 2011

Beta #2

I got the results of beta #2 this morning and the news isn't good...


Beta was 43 on Wednesday, beta yesterday was 41. Cycle #3...chemical pregnancy.


I am devastated and heartbroken. I feel like the bottom just fell out of my world. 


So sorry to disappoint you all. 





Friday, December 23, 2011

Waiting, Waiting...Waiting

I had my blood draw at 7:30 this morning for beta #2 and I'm waiting......

Update @ 3:30 pm - I am NOT going to get the results of today's beta as the clinic is now closed and my clinic in Toronto is on Christmas shut down. Likely won't hear tomorrow cause well it's December 24th and then it's Christmas so I'm lucky if I'll hear back before the 28th. This is torture! Yes...there will be tears!


Thursday, December 22, 2011

Happiness to Fear

My oh my...how things can change on a dime. Yesterday's high to today's low. 


I'm spotting and with yesterday's low beta and a lighter line on the HPT today...I am feeling despair.


*sigh*


It will be what it will be and there is nothing I can do to change it but it just seems so damn unfair. 


I quit Christmas. 


Update...*** No more spotting***


To each and everyone one of you that have shown me such love and support...Thank You from the bottom of my heart.


Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Beta Is In

Just got the call...P is for Pregnant!


I am happy, scared, thrilled, anxious....


Beta at 13dp3dt is 43. Progesterone is 123 which he said was fantastic. I do know that FET embryos tend to implant a little later than in fresh cycles and perhaps that could explain the lowish beta. My Dr. assures me that the result is positive, he feels good about everything and gave his congratulations. Repeat beta will be Friday morning (please, please double)!


Feeling happy & cautiously optimistic.




B Is For Beta & W Is For Wait

I had my blood drawn for my beta at 7:30 this morning and I am still waiting for the call with my results. I swear, this wait has been harder than the 2ww for sure...argh!

Sending you all a warm & heartfelt Thank You for all of the lovely messages of love and support. I will update as soon as I know!

*Fingers Crossed*

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Holding Onto Hope

Beta is bright and early tomorrow morning. It's been quite a journey to get to this point. Along the way I have discovered some good and bad things about myself but what I do know is that I have tried my very best to hold onto hope and stay optimistic. 


Tomorrow is going to be what tomorrow will be.


Hope by Little Light Creative via Etsy


Monday, December 19, 2011

Q & A

Today is 11dp3dt. 

Do I think that I am pregnant? Honestly...I have no earthly idea! I've not been feeling much in the way of anything that I can attribute to be being pregnant. The only thing that I have noticed is that for the past few days I have had zero appetite..none, nada, zilch. Perfect example...I've had a chocolate bar in my purse for a week that I thought I'd have last night with a cup of tea. One bite in and I was done...so disappointing. Sweets and I always get along...always! This doesn't bode well for all of the Christmas treats that I have planned on consuming this week *gasp* Adam's Mom makes the best gingerbread men (there has been fights over these guys) and I look forward to them every Christmas. I've put them on notice that they can run but they can't hide from me when I get there...looks like they might be safe!

Throughout this whole process I have been very open to people asking questions about the process as most have no idea what's involved with IVF, I certainly didn't! I have been asked some odd questions for sure but the one that I was asked today was just plain funny.

Question: Have you had any surprise vaginal ultrasounds?

I was kind of at a loss so I just stared and after an awkard pause I answered "Ummm, no"  but what I was really thinking was...It's really not the kind of thing that sneaks up on you. Surprise birthday party, sure.  (Dude, you totally should have been at my 18th.) Surprise pregnancy, you bet, not that I'd know.  But surprise cold-plastic-dildo-with-a-camera-on-the-end-sheathed-in-a-condom- and-shoved-halfway-to-paradise?  Not so much.


Ohhh Surprises by Lauren Strom via Etsy


Two more days until beta...I can do this. 

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Do You "Do" What I "Do"?

I woke up fairly early this morning, snuggled in bed and got to thinking about the last few months of my life & our IVF journey. All of the ups & downs...of which there have been many. I also started to wonder if I'm the only one that hides my underpants when I disrobe in the exam room? Every time I take off my underpants, I consciously ask myself why I am hiding them under my clothes. Maybe I think the doctor will take one look at them and say, “Aha! This is why you aren't getting pregnant.” Do you do what I do when disrobing?


I also woke up with an overwhelming sense of defeat that I can't quite explain. I really don't think that this frozen cycle worked.  Why do I feel this way? I have no idea! The feeling is just there and I can't seem to shake it. Adam and I started to talk about what we'll do if a BFN appears. We agreed that we will make some plans for world domination!  


"Gee Adam, what are we going to do tonight?"
 Adam, "The same thing we do every night, Janet. Try to take over the world"


Three days until beta. While I wait I must remember...


                                         Audrey Hepburn Quote by 3 Lambs Graphics via Etsy


Saturday, December 17, 2011

Christmas Cheer?...Not Even Close

One week until Christmas. Why is it that the Christmas spirit just hasn't found me yet?


Perhaps another frozen embryo cycle, a car accident, insurance hell and work has something to do with it? I did try my very best to find it tonight while I was out shopping (FYI - shopping after 7 pm on a Saturday is a much better option than the middle of the day) but it has eluded me once again. Why? Likely the stress of my life but it's also because of people. I just don't understand why at this time of the year people have the ability to be extra rude and disrespectful to those serving them and to other customers. It's appalling really and makes me quite sad. Is it really that difficult to be kind and courteous to others? Adam always tells me that I am "too nice" but really people! 


Today is also 9dp3dt. I've been having some cramping today and have been running to the bathroom frequently...it's almost feels like I have a UTI but without the burning and urgency. I was also feeling quite queasy this morning while making breakfast but it was gone as quickly as it started. I'm not reading anything into any of this! 4 more days until beta. Hang on Janet...hang on.


Right now I feel a little like the Grinch but in the end he found his heart and his Christmas spirit. Maybe I'll be just like him and find mine soon. 


Grinch by Artzijen via Etsy


Have you found your Christmas Spirit?



Friday, December 16, 2011

Am I The Only One?

Nine days until Christmas and I have purchased one...yes, you heard right...one gift. Everyone that I've asked and I have asked a lot of people in the hopes that I would find someone just like me but no...they are all ready for Christmas. They even have every gift wrapped and ready and I've purchased one. I have to ask...Am I the only one that isn't ready for Christmas?


I was bound and determined to brave the mall last night and get most of my shopping done. Needless to say my trip ended in failure. I did however buy a new curling iron that I needed (wanted) which brings me to this... 


I don’t know who thought that plastic molding around the desired object and then crimped it shut to an inseparable oblivion all the way around was a good idea but let me just say it was an awful idea...awful! No matter if you have scissors or not, which you usually don’t…. You’re guaranteed an embarrassing injury that begs the discussion about how horrible this plastic packaging is. Plastic my friends isn't as recycle-friendly as other consumer products like… oh say a cardboard box. But no...cheap plastic that will spend eternity in a land fill is a better alternative. Especially when that plastic rips your hands apart and makes you resort to looking like a three year-old trying to open a package. Whoever invented that plastic should go to hell. And also, that packaging should be illegal! <end plastic rant>


In addition to today marking nine days until Christmas it also marks 8dp3dt and in the holiday spirit I'll sing a little song about it. *shoulders back, head held hight, deep breath* 


"On the 8th day of my 3 day transfer my true love gave to me...three middle of the night trips to the loo and a 4:30 am hungry tummy wake up calllllll!"


Christmas Cheer by Mod Printables via Etsy

Are you ready for Christmas?


Thursday, December 15, 2011

Nada

7dp3dt - Just checking in to report that I feel physically fine, just tired.  Absolutely zero issues beyond fatigue and frequent urination.  No cramps, no bloating, no sore bbs, no pulling in the abdomen, no flutters, no super human smelling, or whatever.  Nada. Speaking of urination (cause who doesn't love talking about that?) never in a million years did I think I would be telling the internets about my bodily functions the way that I have these past few months. I wonder if that's why my friends look at me funny when they see me now? Are they using their inside voice screaming "Too much information Janet...too much"?
What I DO have is copious amounts of discharge from the Progesterone suppositories.  Lovely, eh? I try to be diligent that the doses happen every 8 hours and they usually do, give or take 30 minutes or so.  Either way, I end up with enough chalk in my drawers to fill the desks of a whole class of Algebra students. Fun eh? Should I have talked about my urination instead?
I wish I could just shut off my mind.  Sitting here at my desk all day at work does me no favors.  It’s really slow right now and I have TONS of time to just think.  Like a captive audience.  I just wish I could go out and distract myself somehow. I wish I could talk to my girls about all this, but they are in such different places it just ends up being me emotionally vomiting all over them.  Who wants that?  And what would that accomplish anyway?  Just me getting myself worked up again and them playing diligent listener.  What good does that do?  There isn't much new ground to break here. 
In the meantime, I will do my best to hang in there. 6 days until beta.
Keep Calm and Hang on by Happy Landings via Etsy

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Pregnant or Paranoid?

Today is 5dp3dt and not much in the way of symptoms. I was falling asleep on the couch by 9:30 last night and in bed by 10 which is generally unheard for me. I could be so damn tired because I am now getting up twice in the middle of the night to pee and I am also waking up due to some pretty wacked out dreams. Last night my good friend Helen was a time traveller from the Titanic and was drowning on land. I know...weird right?
The two week wait is usually spent asking yourself things like - Am I pregnant? Is that a symptom? Was that a twinge I felt? Hmmm...was I just a little nauseous?. That’s why I've devised these simple guidelines to help you figure out if you’re pregnant or just paranoid.
You think you might be pregnant because you're craving ...
  • pancakes at midnight (I really like pancakes) ~ You’re a human
  • pancakes at 2 a.m ~ You’re an insomniac
  • pancakes at 2 a.m., 4 a.m. & 6 a.m ~ You might have OCD
  • human flesh ~ You’re a zombie
  • Dish soap & some chalk. And when someone tried to take your chalk away, you stabbed them ~ You might be pregnant. Or insane. 

You think you might be pregnant because you started crying hysterically ...
  • when you slipped on the ice and shattered your femur ~ You’re a human
  • when you were attacked by a horde of basement rats ~ You need an exterminator
  • when Bambi's Mother died ~ You’re me. Also, you just ruined Bambi for all those that haven't seen it but really...who hasn't seen Bambi?
  • at the grocery store because they ran out of the frosted  sugar cookies ~ You might be pregnant or currently ingesting and/or injecting large amounts of hormones.
 
You think you might be pregnant because ...
  • you have a twinge at your side after eating three burritos ~ You have gas
  • you gained five pounds for no reason at all ~ You’re normal & it's December
  • you have a sharp, stabbing pain in your chest and now you're turning into dust ~ You’re a vampire.
 
You think you might be pregnant because ...
  • your best friend told you that "You look 12 months pregnant in those jeans" ~ You need new friends
  • you injected your urine into a rabbit and now it looks sick ~ You need therapy & a new rabbit
  • your doctor just told you you're pregnant ~ You’re pregnant.

8 more days until beta.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Dear Embryo(s), You Are Cordially Invited To Implant

Today our embyros are 1 week old (4dp3dt). They are hopefully hatching and starting to think about implanting in the next day or two. Maybe if I'm polite to them, they will stick around? Please, please dear sweet embryos, implant. I'll be good to you...I promise. 


What I am certain about today is that I am losing me ever lovin head! I just feel...hmmm...not all there and while that isn't terribly surprising if you know me...I'm a little more "not there" than usual. Perfect example...while making our lovely GingerDead men last I caught my middle finger in one of the beaters. Just how did I mange to do that you ask? I plugged the mixer in first (mistake #1), put one beater in the wrong slot (mistake #2), somehow managed to slide my finger through the beater (mistake #3) and then tried with the other hand to hit the eject button (mistake #4). Instead of hitting eject I turned it on! Thankfully my finger is still attached...just a wee bit tender. Good thing...I need that finger. The others I could make so without but not that one...that one I need!


Today I went back to work after three days off and while I’m here, I’m not really here so I'm getting practically no work done today.  The illusion here is that people only do about 10% of work and spend 90% of their time making it LOOK like they're getting something done. ;) Which is good for me on days like this but not good when I do care about work.  *sigh*


Instead of working I was cruising Etsy and found this...


Monster Got a Pet Bunny by Bike Parts via Etsy

Happy Monday to you.


Sunday, December 11, 2011

It's Starting To Feel A Lot Like Christmas

Finally...finally I have my tree up and my wee home is starting to feel the Christmas spirit. I'm hoping that now I can also start to enjoy the lead up to Christmas like I usually do.

Oh Christmas Tree...



I also somehow found the energy to bake some gingerbread men but seeing as I made them...I opted for something a little different...

GingerDead Men

How was your Sunday? Are you ready for Christmas?



Saturday, December 10, 2011

Home

There really is nothing as sweet as walking through your front door when you've been away for a few days...I love home!


Our trip to Toronto was amazing. I feel refreshed, renewed...hopeful again.


The day of our transfer was very, very quiet indeed. Adam and I spent the day curled on the couch (thanks to my amazing friend C for putting up with us for a few days) watching movies & reading and perhaps taking a nap or two. Friday was much of the same but by late afternoon I was starting to go a little stir crazy...thankfully...we headed out to meet a a few of our friends at the Christmas Festival at the Distillery District...amazing!!! If you live in or near Toronto...you must go. The 45 foot Christmas tree was simply, wonderfully...magical.




After leaving the Festival, we headed out for a late bite to eat. Not very exciting I know...but...what was exciting was discovering a true gem of a man named Paul James. I'm not usually one for live music and we did debate leaving before he started playing but boy, am I sure glad we didn't. I can't remember the last time that I had that much fun and was that entertained. Mr. Paul James was so good in fact that we just couldn't tear ourselves out of there...We closed the place down. Thank you Paul James...I think I have a crush on you and your hair. 

Slept in a little this morning, had brunch with Adam's brother and sister and made the trek home. A drive home just wouldn't be complete without a little PIO injection in the front seat of the car at a highway rest stop...


Glad to be Home Sweet Home.



Friday, December 9, 2011

The Day After

This morning I woke up, rolled over and then remembered that yes, I was once again pregnant until proven otherwise. 


Am I happy? Yes, I'm over the moon thrilled but I am also not afraid to admit that I am scared. Three transfers in less than 5 months has taken a real emotional toll on me as well as Adam and yesterday was no exception. I slept well, I was fine on the way to the clinic. Adam and I cracked our usual silly jokes and took some of our usual goofy photos. In fact, I was fine right up until they loaded the embryos into the catheter...then I had a moment. I started to cry. It was the body shaking kind of cry that came out of nowhere and caught me by surprise. Adam clutched my hand, we took a few moments...


And then transferred two perfect looking embryos...




They are home where they belong.


A transfer wouldn't be a transfer without some silly pictures...


My awesome stirrup socks from Christi
Waiting can be fun
Would you trust this doctor?
Double thumbs up!


Beta is scheduled for December 21st!



Thursday, December 8, 2011

PUPO...Take Three

This morning at 11:48 we transferred two perfect looking embryos...8 and 14 cells. Lining was great at 14mm, all went perfectly.

Beta is December 21st.

Will update more later. Thank you for all of the support and lovely messages...it means the world to us.

Janet
xo


Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Tomorrow....

Is the entire WORLD pregnant?

It’s the “new car” rule. Until you buy an Hyundai, you don’t notice that there are a TON of them on the road. No sooner than you drive off the lot with yours, do you see 14 others exactly like it on your four-block drive home.

Tomorrow is the big day...embryo transfer #3 and if all goes well...I'll be one of those pregnant peoples. Well technically I guess I will be one of those...at least for a couple of weeks. I've checked in with the big guy up North and while I haven't been on my best behavior, I am hoping I was good enough to get what I really want for Christmas!

Tonight we make the drive to Toronto. Tomorrow morning at 10:30 am is our transfer.

I'm excited, I'm anxious, I'm full of fear...but most importantly...I am full of Hope.

Hope Over Fear by Red Letter Press via Etsy


Sunday, December 4, 2011

It's Over


Dear Sunday,
I used to love you very much. I enjoyed your early morning sleep in. I enjoyed your sweet cup of morning coffee. I enjoyed your lazy brunch and crock pot dinner. I'm afraid that love has since passed.

This morning you met me (well my hoo-ha actually, she's angry now but I'm sure she'll thank you later) with progesterone suppositories and my sweet round buttocks with Progesterone in oil injections. Where was the love? Our affair is over.

It's only been a couple of months since my last experience with the injections, you'd think my memory and my behind would remember...right? Wrong! When it was time for this mornings first PIO, I took a deep breath, held on to the edge of the table I lean against for dear life, and tried to find my happy place and keep the muscle relaxed.

What I do remember is that as long as your “nurse” keeps the needle straight and does the stick without any hesitation, there really isn't any more than a tiny prick. Now, there were some days when for whatever reason….I wiggled or Adam wiggled or the planets weren't lined up right…that I was definitely aware of the needle, but nothing I couldn’t tolerate. After each injection, Adam massaged the spot for a few seconds, I’d walk around for a couple of minutes and that would be it. Today's injections was different.

The injection itself didn't hurt. But the sensation of driving the needle in was extremely upsetting. Why? I'm not sure. Perhaps Saturn and Jupiter's orbits weren't quite aligned? This is the best way that I know how to describe it. Assemble the following:
  • 1 plastic drinking straw, the bigger the diameter the better 
  • a slightly frozen piece of steak 
Now, with your arm back & elbow slightly bent...jab the straw into the steak. Now close your eyes and imagine.
I have a little more love to give to Monday now that Sunday and I are finished...I hope Monday is kinder to me!












Friday, December 2, 2011

A Sweet Surprise

I need to send out a very big thank you to Christi at Waiting & Wishing for my lovely lil package that was waiting for me when I got home from work. 



The knee high striped socks are going to be my lucky transfer socks on Thursday!

Thank you Christi...you made my crappy day a whole lot brighter and for that...I'm grateful. 

Happy Friday!



Thursday, December 1, 2011

In The Spirit


It's no secret that Adam and I have been undergoing infertility treatments. I've kept the news from work but most of our family and friends know. What I'm discovering though is that friends of friends of friends now know and that's cool...I've got nothing to hide. I'm not embarrassed that we are having this struggle. If someone wants to ask about IVF and our treatments, I'm usually pretty open and honest. There have been some pretty interesting questions asked and certainly a number of opinions and comments directed my way. It's December 1st today and so in the spirit of sharing....here are just a few of the questions & comments I have been asked and have received (as well as my inside voice response)...
Enjoy your last year of freedom. Thanks for the wise advice because all these migraines, bloat, constipation, abstaining from alcohol, medications and everything else has been so fun and fancy-free.
You’re just hormonal.
Really? I’ll be sure to report those as your final words.
Sleep now because you won’t get any when you have a  baby. It’s cool. I don’t sleep now anyway. I creep around outside other people’s windows watching them sleep! You do the cutest little thing when you’re dreaming.
What would you like to have when you finally get pregnant, a boy or a girl? I was hoping for a giraffe that will poop diamonds but I guess a human might be fun too.
So if you get pregnant, you'll be due in August? You’re going to be so hot all summer! Captainobvioussayswhat??
Are you ready to be a parent?  I’m totally ready. I drink a lot.

What about you...Has anyone given you unwanted advice, shared their opinions or asked uncomfortable questions?
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