My husband and I got married in November, 2010 after dating for seven years. We were actively TTC since July, 2011. We got our first BFP in March, 2012 after having done IUI. The pregnancy was successful and we now have two beautiful little babies, a boy and a girl. Now
[More], after two+ years of babies-on-the-brain, I am going back to school to finish my doctorate degree. If I thought the first few years were difficult (pre-twins), this next year will crazy! I am looking forward to it!
Wow! Sounds like a lot of uncertainty for a while over there. I know it will all work out well. I'm sure it's stressful just waiting to figure out where you guys will be heading. Hopefully DH is helping you with the twins while he's off. We are doing great. Can't beeline she's gonna be here in a couple months. I do feel huge and there is only one! We are delivering out near where you come to visit. We found a great OB out there and now looking for a Ped. Since we are having a c section we only have a few classes which start on 2/3. We are looking forward to seeing the remodeled hospital. We've almost got all her things now and we are trying to get the house ready. Looks as if we are having several unexpected visitors at the end of March. Not happy about that but what can I do?
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