So my husband and I have been ttc for about 7 months and this was the hardest. I was suppose to start my period on the 21 (Feb.) and that day past as well as a few more. That week went by and I was seven days late so natural I got excited even when my home tests were negative I just though maybe it was too early. So yesterday I ended up starting and I was very hurt and confused. I don't understand why I was so late. I mean I've never been that late before and I've read all the reason why it could have been but no of them were occuring with me. The worst thing is that normally I don't tell anyone at all if I may think I could be pregnant because I don't want anyone to get their hopes' up but I couldn't handle it myself this time and I told my mom. She looked soooo excited that it was even a possible that I could be (this would be her first grandchild) and now I have to tell her that I'm not. Its has been a tough week with a lot of crying and I know God will bless us but sometimes its really hard to keep the faith.View Thread
Thanks for everyone's sharing their stories its nice to not feel alone in this tough process. I am just tyring not to stress (though its very hard) and just let God do his work. If anyone would like an uplifting bible verse 1Samuel is a good book to read. Samuel was the son of Hannah who was barren and she prayed that if God gave her a son she would give him to the Lord. She was blessed with Samuel. I know God is never early and never late so just keep believing and praying for the strength to get through the months it doesn't happen because God has a plan for us all.View Thread
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