Hello Ladies, I just wanted to check and see where eveyone was on their cycle. I have three days left in my 2ww and i am so anxious to see if AF arrives or if I will not be seeing her for at least 9 months. The anticipation is killing me. If she does not arrive on time I will test on Monday morning. Wish me luck.
CONGRATS!!!!! I am so happy for you.. I was supposed to see AF Sunday, So NO AF this morning so i tested but BFN so I dont know if it is too early or if AF is just late but we will see. Send some baby dust my way! lol Congrats again!
Oh wow 3rd month for 3rd baby! I hope this month is your month! I hope your 2ww goes by fast with the holidays and stuff. I know it can be hard waiting to test but hold off if you can so you don't get frustrated with possible false negatives.
that is soooo frustrating. My cycle is so irregular now since kid #2. I had a BFN at day 30, and a BFP at day 33 last month but had a m/c. I'm hoping that this month everything works out well. We weren't really trying too hard before but after the m/c and my dashed hopes i know i'm ready for #3. So i'm like 3 days past ovulation...a long way to go still....
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