Thanks for the Dust, I have been having horrible cramps since I woke up this morning and Midol is barely taking the edge off, so I guess I doubt I am preggers but I will find out tonight Dh and I are testing when we get home.View Thread
Its not silly at all!!!! It was fun for me to go buy them! LOL I remember i called DH at work from the Grocery store LOL to tell him I found some organic ones on sale!!!! and I keep a bottle of them at home and at work just in case LOL (god forbid I miss one and I am not even PG yet ) LOL, I am the type of person who needs to get into a routine otherwise I will forget!View Thread
I will be taking a test tonight, some of my girls feel that I should and since they ahve kids and I don't, they are the experts!! LOL I have been TTC now for 2 months and would be SOOOOO shocked if I got KUed already! I was on BC for years and years, so we shall see! I will def post tomorrow!View Thread
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