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Old Aug 7th, 2013, 18:16 PM   2371
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Today is cd 27.



 
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Old Aug 7th, 2013, 19:10 PM   2372
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How frustrating for you Athena! It's going to make a very long cycle for you Hun. I'm CD 33 and going out of my mind can't imagine how you are feeling.



 
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Old Aug 7th, 2013, 19:17 PM   2373
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Wow athena, that is a late o, but at least you did and your not waiting wondering if you will or not.
Misscalais, how strange about the no af, did you test again today? Will you put off ttc until after vacation?



 
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Old Aug 7th, 2013, 22:51 PM   2374
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Well AF finally arrived. ( around lunch time ) we won't be ttc for about 3-4 mths now it's going to be really strange



 
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Old Aug 8th, 2013, 09:07 AM   2375
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FX athena!

Misscalais, so you think there is a possibility the pink cm was implantation?

I will start by saying I hope that I do not sound ungrateful at all for having the opportunity to have Travis here, but it is going to be so rough for a while and I am worried and stressed. I don't think MIL really ever put him down, so he screams if I don't hold him every second and with me still trying to get his things ready it is tough. She also did not have him sit in a highchair to eat, let him eat all kinds of table food (even pizza, among other things), and only gave him formula once or twice a day at 9:00 at night and 4:00 am! He is fighting me, but I think I can get him on a better schedule and have him getting the nutrition he needs. I feel bad, but it's best for him right? He went to bed at 10 last night after screaming from the time we picked him up at around 5 until then and woke up at about 2. DH got up with him and I think they were up a long time. I gave him a bottle around 6:30 and he slept a little longer, but I got him up at 7:15ish to eat breakfast. It is hard to remember everything about having a little one since DD is almost 8, so it has been a while. I am so glad he is here, but it is going to take everyone a little while to adjust for sure. I really hope I don't sound awful because I wanted another one so badly and now I have one and I am complaining about it being hard. I am also so sorry that lately I always talking about all my troubles. I hope I also don't sound like all of your worries and things don't matter to me, because of course they do



 
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Old Aug 8th, 2013, 09:21 AM   2376
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Of course you don't sound awful!! It's hard enough tryimg to get your child on a routine when you start from the start, let alone trying to break and start a new routine. It sounds like he is much better off with you and you will be providing more structure and general care than mil. It will be hard, but it will get better. Sending you hugs and patients, I'm sure you can use some :-)



 
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Old Aug 8th, 2013, 09:31 AM   2377
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You don't sound awful at all. Your starting from scratch with barely anytime to prepare. Most people have 9 months prepare. I'm glad you are getting him. I'm sure it will get better, but it sounds like you have a lot of things to change. Praying for you and that the transition gets easier.



 
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Old Aug 8th, 2013, 10:06 AM   2378
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Well AF finally arrived. ( around lunch time ) we won't be ttc for about 3-4 mths now it's going to be really strange
Once again, I am so scattered I didn't see the posts on this page before I wrote before. I'm so sorry Misscalais I can be your NOT TTC buddy for a few months lol Hopefully the excitement of the trip will keep you distracted from it a little bit.



 
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athena, I'm sorry you are having to wait out this long cycle, but at least you are hopefully nearing the end and will have a BFP to report soon!

Thanks for the encouragement girls! For a minute I wanted to just sit down and cry with him lol I found some of DD's old toys that make lots of noise and sing. He is more content now that he has something to do. I will go pick up DD's old walker from my mom's later and that will help a bit too I think. I guess I should be happy that he doesn't scream when I hold him too, but I am going to have to learn to type with one hand lol



 
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Old Aug 8th, 2013, 13:24 PM   2380
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Well AF finally arrived. ( around lunch time ) we won't be ttc for about 3-4 mths now it's going to be really strange
Im so sorry Misscalais. Maybe when you are not trying the next few months it will happen. I think I missed something why r you waiting 4 months?



 
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