Saturday, November 16, 2013

We have a transfer date!

So after about 6 weeks of looking at profiles we finally decided on a set. It is a set of 7.Five of them are 4 day and two are 6 day blasts. I am scared and excited all in one.I started Lupro.n shots about 2 weeks ago and will begining my estrac.e this weekend.I cannot believe how fast this process has moved.We were told back on April 1st of this year that it would probably be at least 9-12 months before we were matched. Never in a million years did we think we would be matched so quickly!Let alone be having a transfer this year. Our official transfer date is December 3rd! Which is only about 2 weeks away!That's just crazy!! I have to say that even though I have had three previous transfers (only 2 successful) I still am super nervous.I feel like I am a newbie starting all over again and have the same fears as I did in the begining. I guess it's because I know that even though you can do everything just right and take all your meds exactly there is no promise of a baby or if that you get pregnant that you will stay pregnant.( I have had 3 mc's) Am I alone that I only truly breath a complete sigh of relief after I am home with my baby in my arms?

So recently I have noticed that ALOT of fellow bloggers have finally achieved their dreams of building families and it makes my heart smile a huge goofy smile! After 4+ years of blogging a lot has changed and it seems several bloggers have quite blogging :-( I miss all you ladies,you all will never know how much your love ,support and friendship has meant to me over the years! Even though so much has changed I do hope that I will continue to hear from you ladies and that I "meet" new bloggers/friends as I try to get my blog active again.I hope that I can be there for the "newbies" just like some of you ladies were here for me. Infertility is a really difficult road but we can get through anything that we set our minds to and we can do it as we always have TOGETHER!


Lara said...

Yea! So happy for you! I'm still "here" and we are gearing up for a second embryo adoption.

Mandy said...

Congrats Mama! How exciting!!

Have you ever thought of blogging on the homeschool business?! We're still bouncing between public and home school and I'd love the insight. It might help you stay active blogging. :)

Elizabeth (and Dan) said...

Yea! I am so glad you are back to blogging! You were one of the first EA blogs I began following when I began getting ready for our first FET five years ago! Wishing you and the family all the best as you get ready for this upcoming transfer. Glad we can go through this cycle together and support each other from afar. =)

Ashley said...

So exciting!!

My snowflake items

My snowflake items
DH got me these after we officially accepted our set of snowflake babies