Friday, December 25, 2009

Christmas Day 09

I had a big long post to post about how yesterday marked 18 months of TTC and the fact that we could have had 2...yes 2 kids by now. It was about how this is our second Christmas once again alone. I deleted it all. I don't want to turn the day we celebrate the Lord's birth into a major sob fest. (It's been enough of one today already). All I want to say is Merry Christmas to you and yours. I hope all of our wishes come true in the new year. May 2010 be better than 2009 for all of us.


Side note: CD 16 and still no positive OPKs or temp spikes.

7 comments:

Salma said...

Hope this time is a gO. Hope you had a great day.

tishi said...

I've been trying for about the same amount of time and its our second christmas alone....its a bummer, for sure, but your right, we should be a little bit happy on the birth of our saviour. I keep saying, 2010 would be a great year to be born, lets hope we have a 2010 baby!

Kelly said...

I have been getting down a little too... still no temp spikes or positive OPKs, but I keep reminding myself... it's still early... people on Clomid sometimes ovulate late. We still have some time and you've had some really good symptoms lately.

I agree with the poster above, 2010 will be a great year to have a baby! I'm confident you won't be spending Christmas 2010 without a little one. :)

Miracle in the Making said...

Thanks so much girls. I love you all!

Kelly, I've heard that's true too about ovulating later on Clomid! Hopefully we're not out yet!

Salma said...

Clomid definetly made me ovulate later (between 3-4) days. It will happen. Hubby was joking that he wished he had an ultrasound machine at home.

Miracle in the Making said...

Ohh that's good to know Salma!! Thank you so much! Oh yeah, that would be so awesome to have an US at home!! lol

Lindsay said...

still praying this is/was a good cylce fo ryou... thank youf for loving on my girls this christmas... you are a wonderful cousin to them - more like an auntie and I pray that very soon I get to do the same for your little miracles!