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Sock it too Me 2009!

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April 03, 2009

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Cat

Yep, that's definitely a curveball! What a lot to process. As if you didn't have enough already.

Cecily

Wow, that is overwhelming news. I am so sorry, baby.

Geohde

Oh, crap.

How much bad luck can you score- that's pretty uncommon.

I am so sorry. But I hope that having the information helps, you know?

xx

J

Lisa DG

That would definitely f%$?! with my mind if it were me. Wishing you luck as you move forward.

squarepeg

Wow - that is effed up. I can't imagine even processing that information. I'm sure this doesn't make "the next step" any easier to decide upon. I wish it was easier for you :(

Rachel

Wow. That is totally unexpected, of course. I think we always presume the IF problem is the woman's. I know that you're gearing up for IVF already, but I hope you find/take the time to adjust to this new reality. I'm really sorry you have yet another hurdle to face.

Me

I kinda understand how you feel. Although I am DIE HARD about the genetic connection (for myself) I also am more interested in seeing a mini-DH than I am a mini-me. Odd, yes but alas 'tis true.

toni

what you said about your husband was so sweet and just beautiful. you two ARE lucky to have that. i hope everything works out for you, it just might!!! i'll be reading and crossing my fingers.

Kadhja

all i got for you is a cyber hug. *Cyber hug!*

Tarah

I'm finding your blog from Sock-it-to-Me. I wanted to let you know that I have a balanced translocation and the news isn't easy to digest. I don't think you ever get over it, I think that you learn to live with it.

If you ever need anything, please let me know how I can help.

the husband

“schizophrenic great uncle, the nutty and abusive great grandparents, the tendency for rosacia, being sweaty sleepers, and on and on”

...bad eyesight, bad teeth, bad back... bad attitude... jesus, we were actually planning on passing on these genes?

sarah

Oh Husband Dear--I want every little shred of all of those things. You are magic.

the husband

Sweaty magic. Sweaty uncle. Magic sweaty uncle.

Sarah

One of his favorite movies is Schizopolis--can you tell?

Barbara

Sister-in-law doesn't need to tell Mom, because the blog has been read first by Mom, who was given the blog site by you.
Son hasn't called though, so I'm just letting you know that I know. So sorry for what you're both going through. Lots of love.

Just Me

We were recently pitched a similar curveball. The line in this post: "Ugh. Honestly, this makes me feel sick. Just sick. I am so disoriented."

Yep. That's exactly how I feel.

I'm also feeling alone. I have yet to find someone in the blogosphere who has a similar situation to mine... but it's helpful to read about others in a semi-similar situation (though I certainly wouldn't wish it on anyone!).

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