Hi all, we decided to ttc last Oct. but we didn't have the chance to do it much coz we got so busy and totally missed the o' day. I could count how many days we only did it that month. The next month (Nov.), we decided to be serious about it. We tried to do it everyday. There were some few days that we've skipped but mostly we did it everyday. I assumed that I o'ed on the 15th/16th of Nov. but there were no signs at all like no cm the whole month except for when I assumed that I was 10dpo, I had a ewcm(tmi sorry) and we didn't even have the chance to do it that day. So when I tested at assumed 10dpo I got a very very faint positive but more like a bfn. I re-tested again on 12 dpo and the day before my period and got a bfn. I waited till I'm a few days late to test again coz sometimes my af's late and got a bfp.
I was feeling sad thinking that it could've been a perfect anniv.present for hubby when I got bfn's a wk ago. It's our anniversary tomorrow and it's perfect timing!My little babes will be happy too for baby #3.
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