There's been a few of us in WTT who are stepping over into TTC life (you know who you are) I thought it'd be nice for us newbies to stick together in this new and exciting journey (all people are welcome to join in the chit chat!)
I know most of us coming over are October triers - does anyone know when they're ready to start trying? I've had some weird period stuff going on. I thought I was starting my period a few days ago because I had some spotting, but then it stopped. I had been hoping it was IB, but it started on the 26th, and I've only gotten BFNs. So I don't really have any idea what's happening in there right now, I guess my uterus just figured it would be fun to fuck with me. Frustrating!
Hi ladies. Wanted to comment so I could find this thread later in the month when we start trying, I'm guessing the 20th/21st ish. And so i can stay up to date with how everyone is doing. We may start NTNP between now and then. But I'll see you sooner or later!
Hope things line out for you and you get your BFP soon!
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