The Week That Just Wasn't Ours. -

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Lindsay says:

Bless your hearts, I know that ache and disappointment SO well. Each month I TTC, I was more convinced than the last that it had worked. I kept meticulous records of every ‘symptom’, right down to the hour. It made me nuts, but it also made me feel like I was doing something at a time when pretty much everything else was out of my control.

I’m over here rooting for you, sending you positive vibes for your next cycle.

Molly says:

Oh man, I am so rooting for you guys. The BFNs are the worst–especially after you force yourself to think positive thoughts for two weeks straight. It’s a total crash & burn. Fingers crossed that this is the one!!!

AndiePants says:

Its impossible not to hope and believe it will work – if we didn’t have it, we wouldn’t be trying. But its also impossible not to feel burned by our own optimism. I’m so sorry that you all are struggling, and I hope you know that all of us in the blogoverse are loving you up whether you are optimistic and hopeful or down in the dumps. You get to feel whatever you feel. And, I hope very soon what you feel is joy that an attempt worked. <3

lesbemums says:

Awwww shucks. Thanks, sweetheart. That’s really made me feel nice.

Not that I didn’t expect it, but this process is so so hard. I cannot remain positive without the inevitable crash, but if I worry too much, or symptom watch, it may have a detrimental effect on the whole! I cannot win.

K

Becca says:

The mock symptoms are the worst. One particularly devastating cycle we were convinced I was pregnant because I had sore breasts and that had never happened before. TTC was one of the most emotional and draining times of my life, you are really face to face with your raw emotions and fears.

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