Hello ladies, I hope everyone's weekend was great!! I wasn't on yesterday because we were still on weekend mode.. we had another long (Holiday) weekend..it was our National Holiday (for the province I live in) and so I had an extra weekend day to enjoy!! It always feels nice to have more time to spend with family xoxo (can't wait for next weekend it's also a long Holiday weekend..it will be our 1st of July) Nothing much to report..CD14 today, Ovulation this week but actually trying to avoid it this month lol..my party planning is in full swing and we are hosting a get-together at the end of July and I would really like to be able to participate (drink) so here's hoping this month is NOT my month lol.. Perry- (((hugs))) again for this most recent loss and I hope that the spotting will fade away soon so that you may resume TTC..I hope you feel good xoxo Ani- I also hope this cycle is shorter and hopefully you will O this week...maybe things will get lucky especially after such a long cycle!! GL xo
Let life be a journey of love Emily, Kody, Maxim xo
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