Baby A has arrived!
So… we may have jumped the gun a bit. Or should I say, our clinic jumped the gun a bit. And told us – their fragile and impressionable fertility patients – that there were two babies in the belly. When … Continue reading
We have chocolate in our fridge. I got the Mars bar in a race pack for the half marathon I did on my birthday, March 3rd. The Cadbury Creme Eggs have been there since Lou’s mum’s last visit. That was … Continue reading
Lou has a new love in her life. “You can’t hold me the same way,” she tells me. “You aren’t as soft or bendy.” Every night and every morning, I am face-to-face with this white blob that now occupies the … Continue reading
Today was scan day! I was so nervous last night I couldn’t get to sleep until 2am. I am not sure why, because actually I felt really positive because of all the symptoms Lou has. Maybe it’s associative fear from … Continue reading
I won’t be the first or last to say it, but morning sickness is really inaccurately named. Morning, afternoon, evening… whatever. But the sickness part is pretty spot on. Lou has had nausea every day since about 6.5 weeks. Some … Continue reading
To our surprise, our local NHS hospital contacted Lou yesterday asking what hospital we would like to use for our fertility treatment! We hadn’t chased our original referral since last June, and figured they forgot about us. But I guess … Continue reading