Hmmm, I have not either. I have had loss issues and have early babies but I don't think that is related.
Ok, I think I may have to buy some FRERs tomorrow, I did a Rexall (dollar store) early test (not the one dollar ones the six dollar ones), this am a big nothing, this pm with maybe four-six hour hold was a faintest of faints something, BUT it could also be because it was a blue die test which I promised myself I wouldnt buy but it was cheaper than the FRER... it is a fairly uniform faint color not darker on one side, but even the macro camera wont pick it up, the IC came up with nothing (because when you have a cup of pee why waste it on just one test right?)
On another note, my boobs have hurt pretty bad for the past couple days. So **FINGERS CROSSED**
DH and I just had a talk about a vbac vs a repeat c-section. He keeps saying a c-section is easier. Is it REALLY? Because I'm not convinced. I tried to explain to him that I can't just sit around for 6 weeks and do nothing this time like I did last time. I will have a 3 year old to deal with! GAH! He says "well, whatever, I'm just trying to think of YOU". This was a great conversation to have especially after the one we had this morning about how we're going to afford daycare for two babies in 1 year and 9 months. OVER A YEAR AND A HALF FROM NOW! Why do we have to talk about all this stressful stuff now? Can we celebrate for 20 seconds? UGH!
meh just checked the bank account, will just wait till it starts showing up on the ICs
Lynn - yeah I'd say that's not related.
Heather - yes entirely possible that she would have flipped. DS was both sunny side up AND breach until after 36 weeks, then flipped between then and 38 week appointment to head down. In most cases they still have room to move until very late. Personally, I would never go with a C-section if I could help it. The recovery time is so much longer. There are just as many complications from a repeat C-section as from a VBAC if you really do your research. As far as daycare goes, do you both work full-time? Could one of you ask your employer to work from home or work weird hours so you only need part-time daycare. That is what we currently do. I work from home/evenings two days a week so we only need 3 days of daycare. It works well for us with two children. With #3 we had already decided I am going to be a SAHM but DH is definitely nervous about the money. I think it's natural for DH's to be very conscious of the money thing.
so my temp nosedived this morning. BUT I still have until Monday for AF to arrive... implantation maybe? what do you ladies think? I had a big nosedive on my Nov 08 chart but it was earlier than this one...
Mel, temp looks nice today! When do you think you'll try a test...if you want to wait come join the Friday POAS party on DYSAL. I wouldn't be able to wait that long if I were you though ;)
Patience - yeah that looks like an implantation dip hopefully! And 7dpo to 10dpo is normal for the implantation so keeping my fingers crossed for you!
Lynn - LOL don't think I can wait until Friday! I might even use the FRER tomorrow. Or perhaps I can drag the kids out to Dollar Tree today?!