I was in the same boat last year, 30 and trying for 4 years. We decided to quit which made things relaxed and fun again. Now, I'm 31 with a handsome 3 month old. I heard this a lot too but it was true, it'll happen when it's supposed to happen.View Thread
I haven't been here in a long time. I found out in October that after 4 years of TTC I finally graduated!!! I hope this encourages you to have faith. As my DH said countless times it'll happen when it's supposed to happen.View Thread
I had 1 mc 2 years ago and have not been lucky since then, my cousin and his wife are getting ready to celebrate their daughters 1st birthday (our children would have been born close to the same time). They weren't even trying when she conceived. I was sooo happy for my cousin, we have always been really close.
I agree with you to wait until 3 mo., why tempt fate. You should get your sister by yourselves and tell her before anybody else. You don't want her to hear it from someone else. You will already be subdued, since I can tell this is killing you. Be supportive for her, keep her positive. Your sister will be happy for you, she is your sister. Try explaining to your husband it's like knowing you have a time limit on something you really want and seeing someone else achieve that goal easily, while it takes you multiple tries with no success is very sad and depressing (if he likes sports put it into the context of a younger brother winning a championship).View Thread
My DH and I have been married since 08. I'm 28 soon to be 29, DH is 39 looking at 40 in a few months. We decided to TTC 11/09. In May of this year I got a BFP, two days later we found out it was a chemical pregnancy. DH was devestated, he really wants a baby with me. He already has a DS from a previous marriage.View Thread
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