Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Not Much...

Not much new going on. I told my mom finally about everything. The fact that we have been trying for 2 years, and that we are doing IVF in February. She is SO excited, which makes me very happy. I am very glad that I have her to turn to now. One cool thing is that her friend at work just got pg from IVF. So, my mom is going to ask her who her dr was and stuff. I'm just curious. I don't want to change drs, and there aren't many options out here, so I'm wondering if she didn't go to the same dr, or a different dr in the same clinic.
We leave on Friday for our girls trip to Laughlin. There is about 25 women that go, including my mom, grandma, cousin, and best friend. It is so fun, and I just can't wait to go! I need a vacation!
On the work front, work is ok. I'm not loving my job fact, it pretty much stinks most of the time. But, the working conditions aren't bad, and my boss is nice. I just don't like what I am doing anymore. But when I am preparing for surgery and IVF, it isn't the best time for a career change. We decided that while I am on maternity leave I will look for a new job. By then we will have an idea of how much I will need to make so we can cover everything. I am hoping I can find a job closer to home so I don't have to drive in traffic everyday. We'll just have to wait and see!

Tuesday, September 19, 2006


I know I have been a really bad blogger. I haven't posted in 2 weeks. Mainly because things have been pretty sucky around here.
Hopefully we will be moving onto our original plan of surgery first of January, then off to IVF. We still need to figure out how we are going to finance it. Hopefuly we will have that all figured out by November....hopefully.
I'm doing pretty good at remaining optimistic. I really do believe this will work. My only problem is I, for some reason I don't understand, am really hoping for twins. Probably because I'm pretty sure we won't be able to go through this again. I will be happy with one though. One baby of our own, one baby that I can look at and see my husband and myself, will make all of the pain, surgeries, and cost worth it.

Monday, September 04, 2006


Last night I had a dream. It was a very short dream. First I was in my REs office, and he was getting ready to do an ultra sound. Then he said "There's your twins". After that we were telling our parents. It was so awesome. I know twins aren't easy, but you know what Cinderella says, "A dream is a wish your heart makes"...