3 MORE DAYS....
On Wednesday February 10th sometime, we'll officially be "PUPO" for our TWW (pregnant until proven otherwise). I'm excited, but at the same time I'm scared of being let down again. We've been through the negative tests time and time again, we've been through the ectopic, we've been through the miscarriage, but an IVF embryo transfer we have not yet experienced. This is a little miracle already an equal portion of us both, and I don't know how I'll feel to not have this little tiny piece of us not survive. We will only be putting one embryo in on Wednesday, and nothing is a guarantee in this process. I'm trying to remain calm and most importantly trying not to stress over what's to come, but I also see myself going into the mode where I'm emotionally beginning to protect my heart for future disappointment. When people talk about infertility being an emotional roller coaster, I'm not quite sure that that statement actually begins to describe the process....it's only a fraction of the description in my own opinion.
All I can ask for now is another miracle, and hope that all the stars will finally aline for us in this journey.
2/7/2016 08:58:55 pm
HANG IN THERE! I want you to know I think about you guys all the time! I refuse to believe that God would deny you a tiny little miracle! I will be praying for you especially on the 10 th and the days that follow !
2/7/2016 11:26:33 pm
I love you guys so very much and am praying with every fiber of my being for your miracle to happen. Muah!!! XOXO :)
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Me In A Nutshell
My name is Kristina and I'm 37. Originally I'm a Southern CA girl, and I'm now living in the "burbs" of Chicago. I love my son, my husband, my family, my fur babies, and my wonderful friends. I love wine, love to relax, love to have a good time, I'm a little adventurous, love to people watch, and I'm always down for a last minute road trip to virtually anywhere. I'm obsessed with the smell of racing fuel...weird I know - and fresh cut grass! I love to be home, but hate to sit at the house. If I'm excited I get pretty random - sometimes I talk about multiple subjects at once - I'll admit it's probably hard to keep up. My husband and I battled infertility for 5 years before having a successful pregnancy - our son Colton Charles was born September 30th, 2016, Although we have had success with the birth of Colton, our battle still continues with infertility. I've learned it's a wonderful & beautiful thing to share with others the journey that we've walked in the world of infertility. Welcome to our story.