So I know myself and Kylesmom are ttc #2 and mommy2be is preggo with #2. Is there anyone else?
I was thinking we could chat together about it on here, obviously it will be a bit different from last time since we have little ones now.
so as for me.....
1st af was around christmas, only had 4 since, cycles are very long.....still bfing. Daddy gave her her 1st bottle tonight at bedtime and it went really well :). Been not not trying as I call it since the 2nd cycle after Brielle so I guess this would be the 3rd month. It was so easy last time and I am starting to get frustrated with it. I didnt want to stress but now I am....I told dh we are both going on fertilaid after my next af ( due any day) We got preggo with Brielle the 2nd cycle of ttc and we were taking fertilaid, I am hoping it works this time too! I havent been charting b/c I didnt want to obsess. Next month I will be full on ttc this not not trying is just as stressful after all!!
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