We are, thanks. J stayed overnight with his nanny/home daycare provider. I her. My mom stayed last night from out of town to provide piece of mind in case things went wonky. DH has been very helpful. I feel ok, a little sad here and there- i feel like i did a LOT of grieving last week when the doc told us it wasn't good news, that maybe this wasn't such the shock for my system. Im sure it will hit me soon though. We are celebrateing J's two year old birthday tomorrow, and everyone coming is aware of the last 72 hours, so that should keep me busy. I cant stop shopping though (its how I deal with stress) I bought two pretty memorial necklaces, this one to wear on its own: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS.../chrisficti-20 and this one with a teal September pearl to add to my mothers necklace: https://www.etsy.com/transaction/989...purchase_buyer)
Originally Posted by Love4leon
Just checking back in on you Mel- I've been thinking of you. I'm sure today has been a difficult day for you and your family. I hope you are resting at home and finding some peace to help you through this.
And this frame for my ultrasound pic when June had a heartbeat last week: http://www.imagesbyellyn.net/framestyles.html (it's the third one from the bottom)
Thank you for ALL of your support. I feel like my mom, who's done this many times and you ladies are the only ones who "get" it, the struggle -struggle-struggle-oh-wait,-nope-that-one's-not-gonna-work scenario. Blech. We should get a prize at the end of our journey. Like a special colored halo or something, like they do at high school graduation with cords. Cuz this sucks.
Hard-working born-again Christian
and proud mommy to my energetic son (10/2010)
and 3 angels in Jesus' arms
(8w, 4w4d, 5w) TTC with PCOS, Hypothyroidism, Antiphospholipid Syndrome, heterozygous MTHFR A1298C mutation, low progesterone, and ovulary disfunction.
Last edited by Hope4More; 10-20-2012 at 06:44 AM.