Yesterday I woke up at 5:30 a.m., 45 minutes later than planned, and RUSHED out the door to get on the road to the clinic. Fortunately, I didn’t get stuck in the worst of morning rush hour, so I did my lab work, ultrasound, and made it back home by 10:30 a.m. 436 more words
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I’ve never made any secret of the fact that I’ve never really had a burning desire to be a dad. But being a mum – albeit not a bioligical one – is a whole different kettle of fish. 1,370 more words
Ok, I’m going to start with the outcome, we’ve failed, again.
We received a phonecall from the embyology team yesterday to say that only 1 of the 4 eggs they retrieved was mature enough to inject and sadly that 1 egg had not fertilised. 409 more words
John was the first person I knew I definitely wanted to have kids with. He told me on our first date that he already had two boys and while that’s not necessarily what you go out looking for in a new relationship it didn’t faze me at all and if anything, hearing him talk about them made him even more attractive to me. 2,943 more words