Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! :)

I truly have so so much to be thankful for. My loving husband, a warm home, bills that are paid, money in the bank.

A supportive and loving family!

Great friends, near and far.

Everyone is healthy, for the most part.

My car. My dog. My God.

The freedom to say and do as I please, within reason.

My job! Great coworkers.

Our service men and women past and present!!!!

My guardian angels. I miss you my precious babies. So much more this time of year. I love you to the moon and back. <3

Those that can no longer be with us, but leave a lasting memory. Thanks for everything, know you're missed.

Laughter. Trust. Love. Hope.

Always hope.

1 comment:

  1. AAAWWWW....I love that qoute, love you to the moon and back!

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Our Journey towards Making a Family

Long Version : Our Journey Blog Post
Go here to learn about how we got our start..and where we are now!

Short Version:
11-28-2008- Started Dating

2-14-2010- Got Engaged :)

4-3-2010- First Positive Test- Baby 1 due 12/10/10

5-1-2010- Miscarriage at 8wks2days

12-10-2010- Estimated Due Date for Baby 1

5-5-2011- Second Positive Test- Baby 2 due 1-12-12
5-7-2011- We are Married!! :)
5-14-2011- Miscarriage at 5wks2days

6-16-2011- Repeated Pregnancy Loss blood work
6-23-2011- HSG looks good!
6-23-2011- dx positive ANA- Anti Nuclear Antibodies

07-05-2011- Rheumatologist Appointment
7-11-2011- dx Low Vitamin D levels. Start Prescription Vitamin D and baby aspirin

09/2011- Officially No Longer Preventing

10/5/11-First cycle Actively Trying. AF shows up

11/21/11-Celiac Bloodwork Negative, Vit D still lower than normal, start another prescription. Continue prenatals with Vit. D as well

01-12-12-Estimated Due Date for Baby 2
01/12-Vit D in normal range, start over the counter Daily Calcium with Vit D supplement per Rhuematologist.

2/15/12-Appt with new Ob who is more proactive with Progesterone Testing-suspects progesterone issues.

2/15/12- 5/9/12-Stop trying and start new charting method (Creighton) to watch for hormone imbalance.