The morning started for me at 4 when my toddler decided it was time to wake up. At 5, H brought him in to bed with us where he talked about doggies and fishies. And kept climbing on me. At 6 he decided it was time to play because he said "I want up".
I stopped for coffee on my way into work and only got a small, why didn't I get a larger size?
About to head out the door in 10 minutes, no responses from my bosses yesterday from my email but they were in meetings most of the day so I'm curious to see what they say this morning. I'm still riled up from that rude bitch!
I also woke up with what looks to be a cold sore forming, ugh wonderful
doglover31 omg shut up MIL. Is she saying you neglect him?
She said that I don't check on him enough at night (I go check on him before we go to bed and we have the monitor so I can hear if he needs us). And apparently I don't check the electric cords enough in his room which is dangerous. They need to be inspected several times a day apparently.
Oh and dinner was a huge win with H last night. She ate a half of a cheeseburger we grilled, a couple bites of mashed potatoes and like half of an avocado diced up! This is really good considering she was barely wanting anything but cereal and hardly eats meat
The girl's doc appts were for shots. Go figure. How could I forget that? N has realized that I can walk away from her and she ain't happy about it. I have a headache and chugged two cups of coffee hoping the caffeine would help.
@adulruna , you aren't weak! She took one last night so that's a good first step. Just keep trying later today.
I have no idea jt2378 , as you may recall AF has been all over the place the last few months. I'm using the fertility monitor again and so far it's just giving "high" readings, no ovulation readings yet. My concern is the first month tracking it might just give me all high readings, which they warn can happen, so we'll see.
What do high readings mean? Does that mean high fertility times?
jt2378 , well it was awesome once I used it. I also used the OPK sticks for about eight months with no success, so it's not just your eggs! I decided to spend the money, since the monitor and testing sticks can be a bit expensive, and luckily that worked in two cycles. I'm hoping that will be the case this time.
Oh yeah I just goggled it, they are pricey! BUT definitely seems worth it. Might need to consider it if we TFAS
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