Me and my boyfriend are recently starting out for a baby. This will be our second month ttc. Of course he feels like I should be prego by now but he has no patience. My sisters currently have 2 children each while I currently have none. I want a baby so much. I want that mom feeling. I know it's coming but I want it now. LolView Thread
Yea I've read that alot also. Maybe that positive will show up in a couple more days. The hormone may not be enough for a positive yet. As far as our insides they can be very mean sometimes lolView Thread
Awww lilkutie. Hopefully you get that BFP soon. As I hope we all do. Babymakinglady I have stopped all coffee intake, well limiting myself and eating healthy and continuing my vitamins. Hope this is our month ladies!View Thread
At the end of this month . The 30th. So I got a couple more weeks to go. Until then I will be constantly hoping. So hopefully we will be able to get great results. Keep me posted on your outcomes!View Thread
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