To Kris Aka Mulgajill

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enail - April 11

If you don't mind, I would like to keep up with you and see how you are doing, perhaps you can check on on the "am I pregnant" strand, or whatever the t_tle is. I have enjoyed your comments and insight and you have said things that have made me feel better when down. I did not mean to "crash" the conversation (though it is a public forum?) with Julie and the others, but it was made quite clear that the conversation has turned private. Which is fine! Really. But I would like to know how things go with you and wish you the best. Hope to hear some good new from you soon. Best,

 

Tara-T - April 11

Enail: I was in the process of composing you a reponse when I lost the post a while back. Please don't feel left out....our chat group has been at it over a month and we try to respond to as much of the prior days' posts as we can....I had a good laugh at Kris's comment about your hubby and "Clint"...I guess it might be something to consider if you're having trouble TTC...sperm count, that is. I imagine he might get sensitive about it, (do you think he would?). If it happned to be the case, there are interventions which can help boost the chances of conception. .But first things first, how long have you been TTC? Do you have any children, etc....what's your story?

 

Julie - April 11

Gees, Enail, I'm so sorry! I didn't even see that you had posted again! When I read this, I went back and read our thread and saw your post - you evidently had posted while I was typing a message. When I read the messages again, I started down from mine. . . .so I didn't even see it (reading a later message, I had actually even wondered why Kris was saying Hi to you just then!). So sorry! Didn't mean to exclude you! Please don't hold it against me - honest mistake! ~~ I'll go ahead and respond now to your post, if you'll let me! I'm with Tara-T. I think your husband's age won't prohibit you from getting preggo. I forgot, have you been ttc for a long time? And I'm sorry that you've had it rough this month with af . . . Take care.

 

enail - April 11

Tara-T: thanks for your response. I did feel left out--but I left a post to that effect on the tons of emotions II posting. I don't want to seem pathetic! I have enjoyed sharing and listening, but it seemed obvious that was not the place for me to be. And that is OK. Luckily, my hubby is not as old as Clint! (nor as rich . . .) I have not wanted to bring up sperm count with him at this point. We have been ttc since November and got pregnant the first try, but that is when I had my miscarriage. I do have a child, with my first husband---she is 11. Sadly, my first husband died when I was 6 months pregnant with her. I so badly want to have another child, and with my new (ish) husband. Thanks again for asking.

 

enail - April 11

Julie--thanks! Wow, are my hormones making me this sensitive??? I have not been keeping up with your conversations, but wanted to see how you all were. I accept your honest mistake! It has been a rough month . . .as I know it has been for all. I will sign off tonight, as it is getting late for me. thanks again for your response.

 

Tara-T - April 11

Enail: Ahh, you're not pathetic, we're all just a bunch of brash hussies who b___t in until we're heard!! Hard to get a word in edgewise. Thanks for sharing your story. I'm so, so sorry to hear about the tragic loss of your husband. I can't imagine how difficiult that must have been for you. And I'm also sorry about your miscarriage...which is something I have a little more experience with (having had two) and the main reason we chat everynight...to try, in what ever ways we can to heal, and once in a while, to even laugh a little if we can. I can see how it would feel important to expand your family to include your current husband. .If it's any consolation, many more women than reported experience one miscarriage and go on to have healthy babies. Even 2 is pretty common, but one is really, REALLY common. Since you know you can have a healthy baby, if you can, try to keep your head up and just keep at it. Have you read "taking Charge of your Fertiity" by Toni Weschler? Excellent book to help you time ovulation, etc. She even has a section in there about men who have low sperm count and how to time s_x (I know I keep ASSUMING it may be the case..how old, if I may ask, IS your husband?).

 

Julie - April 11

Enail, I'm so glad you posted again . . . I hated that you were upset and I'd never have gotten to sleep tonight worrying that I had hurt your feelings! (It really was an honest oversight, but I know even the littlest things can really hurt when hormones are flying!). Anyway, come back to tons . . .

 

Tara-T - April 11

Oh wow...Enail: I just checked back into "tons of emotions 2" and saw your post about feeling left out....I didn't even see it when I reponded here. I was worried that you (and/or others) might feel that way. As I said, It wasn't intentional....and I had been meaning to respond and try to get you to tell us more about you. So please do! Okay? xxx

 

Tara-T - April 11

Julie: I think we might be overwhelming her...gees, I have such a big mouth....we're a little neurotic, I think. By the way, Kris is so cute, isn't she? She's just how I pictured her. Time for me to get to bed...Clomid makes me a little groggy in the mornings. You're so lucky you had no side-effects.

 

Tara-T - April 11

Enail: Not to be TOOOOO neurotic, but I went back and checked the time of your post about feeling left out on "Tons of Emotions."(it was 22:30something) If you notice, my first post here (22:17), happened BEFORE you wrote that. I was just in the process of trying to respond to you...so, please know that it was NOT intentional, there was no plan to exclude you....it's not that kind of group. In fact, my sense is that the ladies in this group don't have a mean bone in their bodies...it's a safe place, and you are more than welcome. So if you'd like, we really would like to get to know you better...and I applaud you saying something about this.....right on!

 

kris - April 12

hi... enail... it is easy to miss a post cos the toe strand is sooooo long... i will check out the am i pregnant strand... all is cool... and no it is not private... it is just tired fingers at times i think.... i usually manage to miss out on responding to Something... and i dont usually wear reindeer antlers in public... my photo was at christmas time.... lol... haven't much time to type but will try and read everything and respond to something in between feeding kiddies...

 

kris - April 12

oh... just re read the post... the 'am i pregnant' strand... i think it is the 'signs of pregnancy' where i usually hang out besides here... i haven't gone back there... hanging my head... anyway they never believe you if you have 'the signs' and then get af 3 days late... think it is all in your head... but from the statistics i think a lot of women on there ARE conceiving but are among the 60% (found this on google) of pregnancies that are over within the 'period came late' time frame... it is easy to think one is 'imagining signs' but the truth be known i dont think most women are that delusional.... :-)

 

Lily - April 12

enail -- I am so sorry... I promise I didn't mean to exclude you. I feel like I can barely keep up with all the posts and I typically have a small creature at my feet pulling on the computer wires.. Again.. sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. ~ Come back? :)

 

julie - April 12

I'm heading back to toe III . . . two mega-threads is too hard to keep up with! I really won't remember who said what! See you back at the ranch . . . you, too, enail! xx

 

kris - April 12

enail... there is my email & tara's on other thread if you dont want to put yours on... we can forward yours then... and i am glad hubby isn't as old as clint... but the money would be nice!!!! His sperm are probably fine (hubbys, dont know about clint) seeing as you've already managed to conceive... he would be pleased to know this i am sure!!! :-)

 

enail - April 12

I have posted my email (hotmail) on the toe III strand--thanks! Yes, hubby has hit the mid-century mark . . . .But, really, he seems eerily young (but he isn't) I don't want to bring up sperm count at this point, since we have conceived once. I would REALLY like to wait awhile before I mentioned that one.

 

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