I'm in the 2ww also, but af isn't due for me until June 3, so I have a long way to go.
My breast are tender and have been since cd14...ovulation. DH and I BD'd on cd 8 and 11 (could be 12 since it was in the middle of the night). I'm being specific because every hour closer to ovulation helps.
I'm hoping I ovulated early and the fact that my breasts were sore on cd14, hopefully means I ovulated on cd13 or 14.
This will be a great time to conceive for us because at work we get to roll over a week's vacation that have to be used by March, so I'll have an extra week paid to use for maternity leave...plus, I won't have to go through the very hot summer months at the end of my pregnancy...plus...WE ARE JUST READY!!!View Thread
I completely understand. Although I do get a little frustrated with DH sometimes (tmi alert...he tends to hold back on the secret ingredient). I don't come out and say it, but my frustration bothers him. I think overall, when a husband sees his wife so disappointed, he wants to fix it and when he can't, it puts stress on him.View Thread
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