Hi! Been meaning to drop you a note for ages to say HUGE CONGRATULATIONS!! Its lovely when you get pregnant without having to try too hard and i'm really pleased for you. I think we missed our window this month because i started taking Agnus castus and it made me O 10 days early. Can't complain too much though, at least its somewhere near normal :) Hopefully next month... x
I tested way to early too! One at 8dpo and again this morning, obviously got BFNs and have also convinced myself i can't possibly be pg. I've had 2 pregnancies previously and tested positive at 12dpo on both of them so was hoping to test on sunday morning. Feel like i'm going to get my AF before then though, boo! :(
How's the 2ww going? i keep convincing myself i'm pregnant, then that i'm not... Had a dip in temps today, not sure if it's because AF is on the way, but i'm telling myself its because i had a late night last night.
The suspense is killing me!
BD to you!
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