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Jessica (RunJessicaRun) & Jane (Ninjababy)
PGinSJ posted:
Lurking from Grad board.

Just wanted to tell you I'm thinking of you two as you are in the final weeks. I'm so very excited for you and hope you're feeling well. Can't wait to see your birth stories )) hugs.
Me (39) and DH (38). 2 m/cs and unexplained IF. DS Connor born 8/22/10 via our 3rd IUI and DS 2 Tyler born 3/25/12, conceived naturally.
booklvr04 responded:
Ditto!! Can't wait to hear!
Emily(31); DH(32) - After 4 failed IUI's we conceived on our own prior to our IVF cycle! Alexander Edward was born on 9/1/2010; 5lbs 15oz, 20; God is Great!
ninjarbaby responded:
Awww thanks for thinking of us ladies! Can't wait to hear Jessica's birth story!

As for me, yeah I've been MIA for awhile. Been on disability since last month because of really really bad sciatica and SPD. I'm only limited to little activity only and I have to do physical therapy in a pool to help me cope. I wish I could've updated more but my home computer isn't working and I can never post on my phone. but I have been lurking and thinking about everyone!

So I've been 1cm dilated for the past 2 weeks. My next appt is on Monday so I'm hoping I'm progressing.

Well my comp is finally working so time for me to catch up! Miss you ladies!
Jane(30), DH(30), DSD(12) - TTC 1 since 2008 after m/c in Feb 2008 - Stopped actively TTC'ing in mid 2009 after unexplained IF. Surprise BFP 8/31/11! EDD 5/4/2012 Blue Team!

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