Friday, December 14, 2007

No Christmas announcements
Although it would have been fun, I'm not surprised or disappointed that we won't have any special announcements to make at Christmas. This last cycle was a no-go for baby #2. Because we were starting earlier than originally planned, it's OK. Bill is actually getting everything ready for our new health insurance plan this afternoon & after the holidays, I'll get started on my super strict nutrition plan/workout program to get ready for another possible go about with HG. Now we're really ready to start trying.

This time around is so different that it was with Logan. With Logan, I read an article with a super generic number for my ovulation date, shrugged my shoulders & said, "Let's go for it". There was no counting multiple cycles, no temperature measurements, no tracking. It totally confirms to me how he really was supposed to be born when he was. It was all just too perfect.

I'm not going all out quite yet with the tracking & brining in some major science, but if things don't work this time, the next cycle I will be.


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Jezer said...

Ahhh, the days of the good ol' basal thermometer.

Actually, after I read "Taking Charge of Your Fertility," I was so fascinated that I actually enjoyed charting those months before we conceived Alex. I even toyed with the idea of using FAM for contraceptive purposes, but then I came to my senses and got a Rx for the pill. I'm not THAT fascinated. :)

Good luck. You're right--timing has a funny way of working out just right.

Jen said...

I'll have a TON of Zofran left over when this is all said and done....I'll send them your way! :) I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you!

Jenny said...

I use FAM for birth control! I began by reading "Taking Charge of Your Fertility." My significant other and I also attended a class. We've been using the method for over a year now without problems. Actually, it's allowed me to better know my body! I felt so empowered knowing what was going on, that I was in control of knowing my body, not relying on someone else to tell me.