Category Archives: trying to concieve
We were kindly given complimentary tickets to attend the Alternative Parenting Show, which took place yesterday at the lovely Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden, London.
Isn’t it always the way? On Friday I was just about ready to give up opk’ing for the month. I had a good root around in the house and managed to find a grand total of eight OPKs. I figured … Continue reading →
This morning I was awoken to Amy shouting “it’s Today! It’s Today!” From the bathroom. It is cycle day 31 for her and no positive opk up to now, but I went into the bathroom to be greeted by this … Continue reading →
So I’m six days post ovulation today. “Symptoms” are being tired, sore boobs and cramps in lower tummy. Also had a little bit of spotting yesterday. I’m not temping this month so I’m not sure what my temps are doing. … Continue reading →
All the OPKs I have done today have still been positive, so we arranged a donation for this evening. Amy was at work, so I was left managing the dogs. That’s all fine, except for Gizmo has a massive case … Continue reading →
I did an OPK just now because I got the urge to pee on something (you know you’re trying to conceive when…) and it was positive!
Waiting to ovulate is INCREDIBLY boring. I mean, like, seriously. BORING. Most ladies are most of the way through their two week wait before my body decides to ovulate. Amy seems to be much the same.
Good afternoon to you all on this slightly cloudy Sunday! I hope this finds you all well. I’m really impressed with the reader figures for the blog this month, so thanks so much to everyone who has taken the time to … Continue reading →
I was having a chat with some forum buddies a few days ago about things ladies who are trying for a baby do that are just generally unnacceptable in normal conversations. It turned into quite an amusing conversation, so I … Continue reading →
Yesterday morning I got a very close to positive opk. Historically I have always had my positive on cycle day 26, which was yesterday, so I contacted our donor. I had spoken (via text) with him the week before and … Continue reading →