Daily Blessings

Throughout this fertility journey, no matter how much life has thrown at me, I will remember my blessings & affirmations each day.

CD 6… one week til ovulation?

That’s the million dollar question, isn’t it? Please God, don’t let this cycle be like last cycle… Luckily, since I am not temping, I am super relaxed this month. I’ve been keeping myself occupied yesterday & today finally working on a scrapbook for my dh & I. This has been a work in progress {aka a box full of random crap} since I met my husband 2 years ago. This is actually my first ever scrapbook! I am a very crafty person, so its no big deal for me to create it. I only wish scrapbook supplies weren’t so pricey. Its a good thing Hobby Lobby has a sale everyday 🙂

A friend asked me how my husband & I met yesterday afternoon, which sparked some schmoopiness and reminiscing on my part as I told the story, which then led to the urge to start the infamous scrapbook!

So today I am thankful for my husband. His distance from me is indeed making my heart grow fonder.  Who knew? That coupled with the fact that my insane PMS hormones have passed.


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4 thoughts on “CD 6… one week til ovulation?

  1. I would love to hear the story about how you and G met! You should blog about it… *wink wink*

  2. Good luck this cycle! I went through secondary infertility after a miscarriage several years ago and spent almost two years making myself crazy with temping and charting and ovulation tests, you name it. It’s a frustrating roller coaster, I remember all too well. Sending happy, fertile wishes your way! 🙂

    • Thank you so much for the support! I need it. What finally helped you to concieve after those 2 long years? A roller coaster is definitely a good way to describe it.

      • You are very welcome! I ended up being diagnosed with PCOS, which means that I wasn’t ovulating as I should have been. My doctor prescribed Clomid, and it was actually on the fourth round, after I did exhaustive research on Clomid and PCOS that I happened to take my dosage on days that proved more effective for women with PCOS. I don’t know if that’s what did it, or if it was just dumb luck, but we finally had a successful pregnancy.

        I was really in the mindset that it was never going to happen, it was a crushing, very dark and empty feeling. My heart breaks when I see women fighting to get pregnant, because I very much remember that pain. Believe me when I say I am cheering you on and wishing you the very best!! ❤

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