I've been a slacker blogger lately! Life has been more than usually busy:
1) we bought a (used) gas-efficient car to replace our current gas-guzzler, found out soon after that we weren't sold what we were promised, spent LOTS of time (mostly Mr. M, bless him!) arguing with the car dealership about how they weren't honest with us, blah blah blah it was such a stressor and total waste of time. In the end it was somewhat resolved, but wow, made us never want to buy from a dealership again! (Our previous purchases were from craigslist or family.)
2) we went to our nephew's state wrestling championship last weekend, which was near where my parents live so it was a fun, full time of family and cheering on our nephew, also watching more wrestling than ever in our lives! He got 7th place in his weight bracket which was respectable for his first time at states, and being the only wrestler from his school! Only downside of the weekend was AF's arrival and not being able to mope on the couch with a heating pad. Oh well.
And since a lot of my job involves staring at a computer, usually the last thing I want to do when I get home is stare at a computer, especially when I just checked out 5 good books from the library or Mr. M is asking me to play dominion or I want to work on a sewing project, and so on!
But I did want to share that we are making some progress in the medical side of things, which I'm very happy about! I was able to have all my records transferred to my new doctor without hassle, and the only thing that was missing was my Day 3 labs (weird) which I don't mind doing over.
We also passed a test last cycle that allows us to move on to other tests, so at my next appt (hopefully during this current cycle), we'll talk about doing an ultrasound ovulation series or a surgery, or both. This is great timing because I have a good bit of travelling coming up in the summer and it will feel so good if we can get some of these more time-consuming steps on the calendar.
So...that's about it! Still on the slow track toward motherhood (if that in fact is my final destination, which I hope it is!) but pleased to not be completely stalled.