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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Carry on

Just when I was beginning to wonder when my fertility would return, hopeful that it would be sooner rather than later considering Roscoe's amazing evolution in the sleep department, I GOT MY PERIOD!

Some days, I just feel that I am meant to make babies. I love my body for this.

So it's time to pull out the planner and resume one of my most memorable and favored activities of 2008: fertility tracking!

2 comments :

  1. I still haven't gotten mine yet but I know this is because I'm still nursing 4 times a day. I loved fertility tracking too and look forward to it once again!

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  2. I think eliminating the overnight nursing did the trick for us. I still nurse him ~ 6 times every 24 hours. It's actually hard to believe that my body just went through all those changes and has now come full circle. Is there anything we can't do?!

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