About Me: Female, 26, kansas city, MO, member since Jul 2008
Well I have now been TTC for 2 years and took Meds for 10 months as of this cycle. Today is 7/29/2009. So we'll see where I stand a year from now. This has been a very hard journey, very sad and confusing. But in the end it has to be worth it right.
Baby dust to all...
It's now 10/2011 and I'm still trying.... wow
Today's date 3/28/2012, Sol Smith will be born and adopted into my family 8/04/2012!!
Today is 1/03/2013 Sol was born 7/29/2012 and is almost 6 months old!! We go to court 2/14/2012 for our final adoption hearing and it's finalized!! I'm very blessed to have my son!
Today is 8/05/2013 Sol just turned 1!!! He's a little boy now, watching him grow before my eyes, most precious gift in the world!
Thank you Wits, I hope on Wednesday everything will be just fine and this spotting will stop one day.... Shopping.... lol haven't thought of that yet, in a few weeks time hopefully I'll need some new pants :)
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