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Infertility kinda sucks.

an overdue update


It has been a long time since I’ve written here. My main excuses are being busy and tired, but those are both lame excuses and I shouldn’t really use them.

I have a lot of mixed emotions these days. It sort of makes it harder to write about; I can’t really put my finger on exactly what I want to say, and as as result, I just don’t write much. I’ve started to, but then I hit a wall and give up. It’s easier these days to stick with the surface stuff.

The most important things are: the babies are doing good. We’re at 29 weeks (and 2 days) and both babies are healthy, active, and growing at the right rate. We had a scare around 19 weeks when we discovered that the fluid levels were unbalanced, and the doctor freaked us out by mentioning the possibility of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS). I was terrified. I just knew everything had to be too good to be true.

But now we’re “stable” and the threat has passed. The babies are the right size – and, maybe more importantly, the same size – and if things started to go bad, they could be taken out and taken care of and have an excellent chance of being a-okay. Obviously we want them to bake for a little longer, but the darkest outcomes have been taken off the table.

Not that something still can’t go wrong – and of course I think about that every day – but our chances of bringing home 2 healthy babies are pretty good, and we’ll take that hope and grab on to it.

3 Responses

So glad they are doing well!

  • So happy they are growing well! Still praying for them often. AND, you can totally use the lazy and tired excuse because it’s not like you are lazy and tired for no reason!! Your body is doing a lot of work and that’s all it needs to be doing right now!

  • PHEW! So glad that they are still baking and that they’re doing well. The excuse of being tired – girl, that is not an excuse, it’s the truth! You are growing TWO people. Of course you’re exhausted. Take care of yourself 🙂

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