Myyyy Goodness

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Well, it’s good news. I’m still in shock. I might still be in shock for a few more months.

I know it’s only the first beta and I don’t want to get ahead of myself but I understand that this might be hard for someone to read so I want to be sensitive to that and truth be told, I’m very much in disbelief so writing this feels like it will be taken away.

I keep listening to the voicemail to make sure the nurse got the names right.

I also want to say thank you to everyone in this community. Thank you for the prayers and the positive thoughts and the crossed fingers. You are all appreciated so much. I love you all.

I’m trying to live in the moment. That’s the advice everyone is giving me so I’m taking it. I don’t know if my next beta will be good or not. I don’t want to think about it because

Today, it was good news.

If you’re reading this and you feel that pang in your heart. The pang we all know so well. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and I hope that you can find strength to get through this Easter holiday if you find it difficult.

❤ ❤

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63 thoughts on “Myyyy Goodness

      • I am always happy to see someone who has struggled so much get the much deserved pregnancy. But I will say that seeing a fellow Translocation couple get there makes it extra special. It’s all about perseverance, and girl, you got it. You did it. Continued prayers to you.

        Congrats X 1,000,000

      • When I inquired about the testing I was scolded by the nurse asking me why I would want to do such a thing, I wouldn’t want to do that, it could hurt my baby… She was awful.

        But we opted against it and saw a MFM instead who could look for certain fliers for chromosome issues on the high tech ultrasound equipment. This could be an option too if you want to stay non-invasive, but I totally understand if you want to do the testing as well, don’t feel bad about it like that stupid nurse made us feel!

        Good luck in whatever path you choose!

  1. Hooray!! I’ve been waiting all day for your post, hoping with everything in me that it was good news!! I’m so beyond happy to be reading this!! Congrats, and try to heed the advice everyone is giving you…live in the moment. I know that I never would have gotten through my pregnancy without that. Every day I just said to myself “Today, it’s real” and it helped me feel happy and live in the joy of the situation. Sending lots of love and good vibes your way! Here’s to lots more happy updates from you for months to come!

  2. I’m happy for you. No matter what has happened , just know that I hope everything works out for you and you are blessed with what you’ve been hoping for. After all, it is a tremendous blessing. You seem to have all the support you may need, but I’m over here too cheering you on if you ever need me.

  3. Ahhhhh I am beyond excited for you! Read this in the grocery store parking lot and I just had the biggest grin in my face and totally got the good chills!

  4. Oh my gosh, congratulations!!! I’m so happy to read this news. I know how uncertain things can be for such a long time for those of us who are on the infertility train. I hope you’re able to enjoy every moment!

  5. Yeyyyyyyyy!!!!! Soooo excited for you!!!! I know there are a lot more hurdles to pass and it’s nerve wracking but to hear this news must have been amazing! Eeeeeeek!

  6. I just saw this!!! Omgggggg! Yes, yes, yes!!!! I am so happy for you. Really, truly, I want to yell out my bedroom window to the people on the street! Keeping everything crossed for smooth sailing ahead. YESSSSSSSS!

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