Back from the cruise and I am now 50. The weather was so beautiful and then we came home to 9 inches of snow.The best part was only 2 preggos on board and 3 babies to bump into.I got AF on tuesday, no surprise there, we knew the IUI had no chance of working. I swam with the sea lions, had 3 cups of coffee,several drinks, a couple pepsi's and lifted my own suitcase. Just some of the things I had avoided for the past year and a half while cycleing.My friend that is donateing embryos to me found out she is haveing 3 boys and is on bed rest already at 17 weeks.RE doesn't want her to donate until she delivers, probably May. I am still on the donor embryo list and am 7th.They assured me it would start moveing quickly. I would really rather have my friends embryos but might just go with the RE's if it is sooner. I don't want to wait 14 months to get a baby and be another year older, but if I have too, well you know what I will do.I missed you all and was glad to get back and see some good news for some of you.
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