Saturday, August 9, 2008

Busy, Busy, Busy Bees Have no time to Worry

I want to start out by saying thanks for the kind thoughts on my last post. I know it has been a while since I last posted, and I know that I kind of left you guys hanging. I just got really wrapped up in putting together my classroom and my graduation, which was today!! I have to say that all this stuff going on has been a blessing!!! It has really helped me get the baby thing off my mind. (we'll see how long that will last)

To bring everybody up to speed. I had a Dr. Appointment this past Wednesday (for my monthly probing ewwww) my MD said that the pain was normal (yeah right well it wasn't normal for me). He said it was most likely pain from ovulation. Overall everything is going good I started my next round of clomid so we will see how this month goes!!!

I have to say what really has been helping us lately is going to church on Sunday. It seems like every service speaks to us and gives us help in what we are going through.


Misty said...

Was just checking in and wishing you well. My brother & SIL are in the same boat with you. I know when we were trying, I would say all day (mostly in my head, but out loud at times too) "I conceive with ease!". I wish you "conceive with ease"!

Alex and Jill said...

Praying for you on this new cycle, girl!

My church is what keeps me going throughout the week, don't know what I would do without it. I'm so glad you guys are being ministered to during this time.


beth ewing said...

i don't know you but i found you from the mcnultys blog. your blog title caught my eye b/c we're struggling with #2. we've been at this 17 months but my story seems alot like yours listed on the side of your blog. i too am ovulating on 150mg of clomid. we tried the IUI this month and i'm not pregnant so we're going to give it one more try. i wish i had some words of wisdom but my best advice is don't let it consume your life and keep the lines of communication open with your husband. i'll pray for you girl.