Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Cute husband

So, I'm laying on the couch with the laptop perched on my belly, and my husband says, "Should that laptop be directly on there? I don't want it hurting my blastocysts!"

Love that man.

3dpo. That's me. Some cramping today. Good sign? Body getting rid of the follicles? Damn it, I'm going to be positive. Too early for implantation. It's all good.

As an aside. If you need to laugh, watch Modern Family tonight. We're getting quite the kick out of it.

8 comments:

Lin said...

A laugh at "I don't want it hurting my blastocysts" and Modern Family! Loving that show! Good luck...got FX for you! :-)

A said...

So cute!! Hoping the blasts will be cozying in soon!

c by the sea said...

so cute!

after a transfer i went to the movies with my husband, and he told me to stop laughing so hard because he was worried i was going to "laugh the babies out!" good luck!

just me, dawn said...

cute :)
i like to think that the cramping is the blasts digging in.

ifcrossroads said...

That was cute - "Don't hurt the blastocysts!" love it :)

Modern Family is a riot. The dancing dad is my favorite :) He is the first thing that has made me smile in a long time ...

iamstacey said...

your hubby is just too cute! keepin' y fingers crossed for ya'll!

Lorza said...

awww. That is so funny. My husband told me the other day that after they transfer the embryos that I wouldn't be able to sleep on my stomach. HA HA HA HA.

babyattheend said...

I don't have any more information than what I've posted on my blog about the Ovidrel. The pharmacist at Freedom said that they'd given out lots of that particular lot with no one else reporting this problem. The pharmacist said it's probably just a dud syringe, but the pharma company is saying that's impossible and the lot was checked and cleared... that it's an error on my part (either something I did or my body didn't respond). I'm sticking with it being a dud syringe because I've used Ovidrel many times in IUIs and always confirmed O. My cycle was IVF, so the Ovidrel was vital in order to get the eggs out. With an IUI, if you've confirmed ovulation with bbt and/or cervical fluid, then you've ovulated, so this wouldn't be an issue for you.

Good luck this month!