Well I since I am breastfeeding, my cycles are all over the place (first period was almost two months ago at around 13ish months post partum).
So whist we made the decision to officially WTT until September, we aren't using any protection in the meantime and we are relying on the fact that it is quite low odds that I may conceive while my cycles are out of whack (though quite possible). DH is fine with this. But when I get a hunch that I may be ovulating, I jump on him
Ah I see it's difficult ttc when you have no idea what your cycles are doing. When we were ttc Zack I think I had 2 periods in 6months we still managed to get pregnant though I'm really regular now do looking forward to ttc being regular.
I do want to ntnp and have every intention of doing it but I know as soon as the coil comes out il be like a crazy ttc lady like I was when we were ttc zack
No I didn't chart as I was still waking through the night with Tyler and it just seemed like hard work. It took me a month or 2 to realise that I could tell I was ovulating by checking my cm. so that's what I did an it obviously worked the cycle I got pregnant we hardly had sex as it was Christmas time and we were busy but I did use soft cups that cycle.
Some good news on the baby making front with me,we were all having cuddles in bed this morning and me and oh we're chatting and he's slowly coming round to the idea of me havin my coil taken out I don't think (I hope) Itl be too much of a wait before he gives in.
I want one too! We were trying and now we're WTT and it sucks! I just started my first job (3 weeks in) as a newly qualified nurse so we thought it'd be best to wait but I'm so over waiting! Texted DH this morning wanting to go back to TTC. He's not sure what's best. Argh, why's it so complicated!!!
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