This is what we call an attempt at positivity, alright? You might find this upside down, but what we're doing here is trying to set this right-side up, all in the spirit of v'nahaphoch hu of course... Wish me luck. Here we go - Why IF Rocks: Mikva Excuses! Is it just me, or does … Continue reading 5 Tips on The Upside (…down)
Where are you up to? Enjoy the ride! Newly-Married. Wow, married life is fun. Still having a good time... Enjoying. This is nice. Hang on - are we missing something? Hmmm.... Oh my, really? Wait, no! This is embarrassing. Wait, seriously it's just us! Can't believe it, is this for real? How sad! Sinking pit … Continue reading The Months in Emoji
I think all IFers can relate... why didn't I think of this sooner?!
...which is why we had a mega huge sushi bash last night at the unearthly hour of one am. (Earlier we were too busy "processing" - which is a fancy euphemism for the five stages of grief) Of course, along those lines, feel free to add schnapps or whatever else suits your fancy.... oh, the … Continue reading Keeping Calm
I'm baaack! Excuse the intermission please, sadly was down and out with a nasty virus. Compounded with the fact that I'd been on enough meds to kill a horse, well, you could imagine what the outcome felt like... So, aside from my return to the blogosphere, today coincides with yet another auspicious event. Because today … Continue reading 5 Tips on 2WW
Rainbow Red and yellow Green and blue Purple bruises, aqua too! All the colors that we know Live in my elbow Patty Cake Repro-Endo, Baby maker man, Make me a baby As fast as you can! Will you insert it? Inject it? Or pgd select it? Rock-a-bye Rock a bye baby, On a money tree … Continue reading Nursery Rhymes for the IF Mother Goose
Insurance backing out on the first day of your cycle definitely makes life exciting! So after a looong day that involved 4 pharmacy visits, and no less than 6 clinic visits (no, I'm not exaggerating, and yes it all worked out in the end!) we sat down, DH & I, for some quality bonding time. … Continue reading The “Ill”ities of Life
Upward always, Shevy