First of all - Congrats are in order for my Blogger friend Diane on the birth of her daughter Lucy! I'm sure she's busy these days loving on her baby girl - but stop over and say congrats anyway...
OK - on to me. I had my lining check today - 9mm and triple stripe. All looks good. I'll start my progesterone Friday night (both Crinone and PIO shots) and my transfer is next Wed - Oct 9th. The nice thing about an FET is the flexibility. That day worked best in terms of my lesson plans, so we were able to schedule it that day. With all of my other transfers, I dropped everything in my life to schedule the fertility appointments. This one, I'm just squeezing them in - the world is not coming to a stop. Usually I take 2 days off of work for a transfer (day of and day after) - but not this time. I'm just taking Wed off. (But I did plan a video lesson for Thursday, so while I'm going back to work - it will be very low key.)
The excitement is still kind of lacking. Maybe it's because I'm so busy right now. Maybe I'm jaded by the failures in the past year. Though I will say - all of the positive news from my blogger friends is rather encouraging. I'm sure if these babies stick, my excitement will go through the roof!
On completely different note, my daughter just ran downstairs to tell me she went poopy on the potty! She's getting pretty consistent about peeing on the potty (except when she's out and about and having too much fun to tell us...lol) But poop has been a different story - so this is such great news.
I've had so much fun watching all your kids grow up, that I realized that I could probably post a lot about my little Leah Rae. After all, some of you knew/followed me back when we were going through our initial embryo adoption journey and when I got my BFP. And now that BFP is 2. TWO!!! (Her birthday was last week - when did that happen??) She's a sweet, smart little girl - super helpful and has a great sense of humor. We are loving every day of being her parents! (DIane - you think you love Lucy now.. ...just wait - every single day gets better and better, as hard as that is to imagine right now.) Here are some recent pics: