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May 04, 2010

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Cindyhoo2

Oh sweetie, you are being hard on yourself. We all long for a sense of control and it would feel great to have some sort of connection to the donor. But you know, all those connections still left you at the station: ticket in hand. This young stellar donor may just yet turn out to be the vehicle you have needed to get your cycle out of the gate. And trust me, once you are preggo, this donor is going to grow on you. :) but I am so sorry that you are struggling to find your zen.

NoodleGirl

Yay, can't wait to follow this cycle! I'm so happy your beloved nurse will call you after each of the donor's appts - that's awesome! With other gals, sometimes they didn't heard anything from the time the donor started stimming until ER so they had no idea how things were going. Yay for information!

Are You Kidding Me?

Much luck! I know it's hard to let go of an illusion of connection, but next year, when you're holding a take home baby, I think you'll wonder what you were fussing about. I hope your lining is perfect, and you can go straight to transfer.

kate

Here's to 25-year olds and their absurd fecundity. You'll be crawling with embryos in no time. Which is a pretty horrifying image, if you think about it. Okay, never mind. But you know.

Sweet Georgia

Sorry you've been having a rough time of things. I'm so excited for you that your cycle is starting soon. I think the fact that your favourite nurse is involved in your cycle - I think it bodes well for you. Hugs!

Summer

Yeah, the train station. Always hated waiting there. But, hopefully it won't be much longer before you get to board that train.

I love it that your favorite nurse will continue with you!

Eva

I have everything crossed for you. I hope this is it!

Sara

The train station is the worst. Well, no, actually, it's the second-worst. The worst is outside the station with no ticket and no money. I'm so excited for you that you're about to start, but I can understand why you are having trouble getting excited. After so many false starts and changes of plans, it's totally understandable that you're a bit gun shy. Bon voyage!

Paige

I always wonder what my future children will think of my blog too. I'm very aware of that as I write like you are. I think you are right. When our babies show up, we will forget all this turmoil that happened prior. There is unbelievable happiness in our future. I have to believe that.

jaded

I see the hope in this post and i'm right there with you. Life changes as you noted, things can and do get better and nothing will happen unless you take steps like the ones you are taking.
I love the analogy of your current situation and being in a train station - very beautiful.

Next in Line

I can't wait for you to start to feel a connection to your baby. That will be the most important and magical connection of all. I am cheering and hoping for your June transfer.

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