Monday, March 5, 2012


Hopefully, I think, with fingers crossed, that the insomnia is on its way out.  I did wake up a few times during the night, all sweaty, but did not lay awake for long.  So, I think my body is adjusting to the new medications and hopefully sleep will not be a problem from now on.

I have not heard anything new about my sister who abandoned her kids.  Still praying for her and the kids and hoping to hear something is being done by CPS to protect those poor kids.  I wish my husband and I could just drive down there and take them, but alas, I think they would call that kidnapping.  It is so frustrating to have to sit and wait for the government to do what they need to be doing.  

In IF news, nothing new.  I am about mid-cycle and there are plenty of I's on the chart, hee hee.  HCG injections just arrived by mail today.  So, I'm coasting along.  If we don't get pregnant this cycle, I will be going back to Omaha to do the ultrasound series that I didn't get to do when I was there last year.  I kind of look forward to the trip and what I hope will be confirmation that I am, in fact, ovulating.  But, it would also be super awesome if I didn't have to go because we were pregnant!

Oh, and one last thing, I have been trying to contact my charting instructor since CD 1 because it's time to order a new chart and have my 6 month follow up.  No response, after 2 skype messages to her and an e-mail.  Anyone know where I can buy a new chart and stickers outside of my instructor who is not responding to me?


  1. I bet PPVI would send some charts/stickers to you. I get mine from my local Napro doctor. I am so glad that you are sleeping a little better. And I hope those "I's" on your chart turn into a wonderful result in a couple weeks!

  2. The clomid/B6 combo gives me night sweats, yuck. Glad you're sleeping better! Continuing to pray for your sister's kids. Sometimes I find CPS to be so lax about certain situations. Hoping there's resolution there soon.

  3. I got my last chart at PPVI. I'm sure if you call they can send you one.

    So glad that the sleeping issues are getting better!

  4. I'm glad you are sleeping better! Its hard to function with not enough sleep, so I can't imagine how you've been doing it all this time!
    How frustrating about your sister's kids. Its hard to watch and be helpless, when you can be helpful and I'm sure they're scared, too. Darn government bureaucracy.