Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing. I miss our chat but I am so happy that you have graduated I hope that we can stay in touch - I remember you having a blog, but cant remember the address...
K (33), DH (34), TTC 1 Since Oct 08, M/C Jun09 (10wks), Unexplained Infertility IUI 1: Feb, 100mg clomid, 4 follies (R), BFN IUI 2: Mar, 100mg clomid http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/KL
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5 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:MMK82Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing. I miss our chat but I am so happy that you have graduated I hope that we can stay in touch - I remember you having a blog, but cant remember the address...
Hey!! I've been wondering about you, too! I very rarely write on my blog anymore. But, my email is megchelle AT msn DOT com. I think it'd be great to keep in touch that way
Megan (28), DH (25). TTC since 09/2008; m/c 06/2009.
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Report This| Share this:MMK82Hey!! I've been wondering about you, too! I very rarely write on my blog anymore. But, my email is megchelle AT msn DOT com. I think it'd be great to keep in touch that way
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