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November 20th, 2012, 07:42 AM
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Hey ladies

I know a lot of us are dealing with some tough third tri symptoms and pregnancy is starting to wear on some of us, so I thought maybe a walk down memory lane would brighten our days.

I was bored and searching the other boards and I went to the Pee Stick Gallery in "Am I Pregnant?". I read through a few of women showing pictures of their tests and realizing that, that line, however faint is actually a BFP and all the excitement and it just made me feel good. Remember when you took that test and saw that BFP? Remember your reaction? Remember that feeling of utter shock, awe, terror, etc? And can you believe that now we are this far along and chances are we will delivering thriving healthy babies? We are so lucky and that just made me smile.

Since we all have preggo brains I thought maybe we would feel good to reshare our BFP stories (if we can remember them)

I'll kick it off. My DH and I were married Oct 2011. Starting trying in Nov. Got pregnant in Jan (chemical). Took two months off. Started trying again in March 2012. I had every symptom in the book every other month, but always a BFN. In April I had no symptoms or anything and of course did what you normally shouldn't do and tested at like 7 DPO. It was negative. I was so crushed! Then, and I remember it was a Friday and I was at work and on JM, I just felt the urge to test. I don't know why, but I did. I read that you had to wait 4 hours for a good result, so I started holding it then! I ran to KMart after work and got to packages of tests and then did the agonizing wait at home while watching Toddlers and Tiaras before peeing (That might have scared me out of the whole child thing haha jk ). Finally it was time to test. My DH was at a movie so I went in and did the double stick pee method. Right away two very pink lines popped up and I just burst into tears and ran around the house. I had no idea what to do or what to think.

Of course, I needed to tell someone so I immediately texted my mom to make sure they were dark enough. She assured me they were. To tell my DH I went ahead and posted a note on our note board in our bathroom that starts off with "I love you today because..." and I wrote because you are going to be a great dad with the stick posted to the board. Of course he didn't even notice it when he got home, but when he did he was in just as much shock as I was

That was a day I'll never forget.

How about you girls?
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November 20th, 2012, 07:51 AM
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This is a GREAT thread idea! I'll be back in a bit with my story...
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November 20th, 2012, 07:54 AM
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Mine wasn't near as dramatic, but exciting all the same. I waited until 9 days past ovulation and tested in the morning and immediately got my bfp. I showed the test to my DH and he was in total denial. This was the second time I got a bfp less than 2 weeks after deciding to move forward with TTC. I don't think it had even set in for him that we were trying for another baby much less find out we were expecting another baby.
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November 20th, 2012, 08:23 AM
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oh I love this!!!

DH and I had a world wind romance, we hung around the same group of friends and then started flirting a little, then in September 2010 realized this was more. We never looked back, got engaged 12/31/10, got married in May 2011 and started TTC in October 2011. Because of my age after a few months of no luck we saw the dr. DH was sent to be tested and was told he had good numbers but very low motility and we were not likely to conceive. Between hearing that news and going to see specialist I researched. I had seen lots of stories of women taking tussin during ovulation and found where some men had too to thin out semen and make it easier for swimmers. So as we sat listening to the Dr tell us that our best option would be IUI and with my DH's results we just wouldn't be able to conceive on our own I decided to ask about the tussin. He said that sometimes it can work but not likely in our case. This was the end of March. We decided to try the tussin in April and he gave us prescriptions and instructions for IUI to start in May. Well DH took Tussin every 4 hours for the week prior to O and on April 19th, 10dpo I couldn't resist the temptation and peed on a dollar tree stick. And immediately started yelling "HONEY" he came in there and we both just stared. It was faint but it was there! The next day at lunch I went and bought a FRE and took it in a Wendy's bathroom stall....it was very positive. So there is our story....the Dr said it wouldn't happen and we had believed it but thought what's one more month to give it a try. Now I'm huge and she will be here next month.

And dang it, typing this has made me smile and cry at the same time. I just don't think I could ever say how happy I am.

funny that we got engaged on New Years Eve and have a due date of New Years Eve.
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November 20th, 2012, 08:34 AM
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oh I love this!!!

DH and I had a world wind romance, we hung around the same group of friends and then started flirting a little, then in September 2010 realized this was more. We never looked back, got engaged 12/31/10, got married in May 2011 and started TTC in October 2011. Because of my age after a few months of no luck we saw the dr. DH was sent to be tested and was told he had good numbers but very low motility and we were not likely to conceive. Between hearing that news and going to see specialist I researched. I had seen lots of stories of women taking tussin during ovulation and found where some men had too to thin out semen and make it easier for swimmers. So as we sat listening to the Dr tell us that our best option would be IUI and with my DH's results we just wouldn't be able to conceive on our own I decided to ask about the tussin. He said that sometimes it can work but not likely in our case. This was the end of March. We decided to try the tussin in April and he gave us prescriptions and instructions for IUI to start in May. Well DH took Tussin every 4 hours for the week prior to O and on April 19th, 10dpo I couldn't resist the temptation and peed on a dollar tree stick. And immediately started yelling "HONEY" he came in there and we both just stared. It was faint but it was there! The next day at lunch I went and bought a FRE and took it in a Wendy's bathroom stall....it was very positive. So there is our story....the Dr said it wouldn't happen and we had believed it but thought what's one more month to give it a try. Now I'm huge and she will be here next month.

And dang it, typing this has made me smile and cry at the same time. I just don't think I could ever say how happy I am.

funny that we got engaged on New Years Eve and have a due date of New Years Eve.
Aw I love the nye connection! It's fate! That's amazing and it goes to show that sometimes it's worth it to try everything possible no matter how little the chance because if its not a definite no you can beat the odds! That's so awesome
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November 20th, 2012, 08:37 AM
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Just shows that Dr's don't always know that something isn't possible. Our sweet BB is proof.
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November 20th, 2012, 10:28 AM
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Love this thread!!

DH and I had been trying a couple of months and everytime I would get a BFN, I would feel so deflated. We had planned to take April and May off from TTC because we were worried about having a Christmas baby, but after trying for a couple months, we didnt want to stop and knew we would make our child's birthday special no matter when she is born.

So April we decided to try a different method and DTD every other day and throw in a couple extra just for fun. Well sure enough, about 5 DPO I started feeling twinges and cramping, but thought it was all in my head like the previous months. I swore I wouldn't test until I was late that month, but of course, I tested at 9 DPO. It was negative so I decided to wait until I was late to test again. At 17 DPO, still no AF and I was officially late so I was going to test. I woke up super early that morning, at 6:30 AM, and tested. Sure enough two lines right away! I was so excited that I ran downstairs and needed to figure out how to share the news with DH when he woke up. Well while I was trying to figure something out, DH woke up and called down to see what I was doing. I just said I was getting some water and he then came downstairs. I hid the test and ran to the frig to get some water and then he asked if he could have some. So I looked in the frig, we had a bottle of champagne in there, and handed that to him. He gave me a funny look and I told him that he could drink the champagne as I wouldnt be able to for the next 9 months or so. He asked if I was serious and I handed him the test. Of course, he poured himself a glass of champagne and I toasted with my water.
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November 20th, 2012, 10:43 AM
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Ok, my story is a bit different, but briefly, goes like this.

We got married in Nov 2007, and started TTC our first in Nov 2008. We did everything "right", from charting, temping, OPKs, fertility monitor, all that jazz. I stopped BC in August of 2008, so it took a few cycles for me to regulate, but once I did, my cycles were 27-28 days like clockwork. I always O'ed on CD 12-14. We timed everything perfect most months, and we just didn't understand why it wasn't working. AF showed up right on time every month. After a year of trying, we went to a doctor, regular OB/GYN. We had only moved here just after we got married, so I didn't really have a doctor yet, so we went on a referral from a coworker of DH. I didn't care for him much, nothing I could pinpoint, but he just didn't jive with me. He prescribed a bunch of tests (bloodwork, HSG, etc) and SA for DH. He did the SA, but I wasn't mentally ready to do all the tests yet. We decided to keep trying, and not worry about it. After all, it can take normal couples a year or more to conceive, so we just figured we were a little on the longer side.

Fast forward until 2011. We had kept trying, though I took a long break from charting, thinking that was stressing me out. In April of 2011, AF was 2 days late. That never happens. We were at the Safari Park walking around that day (2 days late), and I saw a teeny spot of blood. I figured that was that and AF was just being tricky that month. But that was it. Sunday, Monday came, no AF. We decided that if AF wasn't there by Wed, we would test. Tuesday afternoon, I bought HPTs. Wed morning, no AF, so we tested (FRER). It was positive. We were thrilled. I called a new doctor (I had been doing a lot of research, and I got accepted into a MFM practice b/c I am older/AMA, and I am adopted so don't know my family history). She wanted to see me at 8wXd (can't remember, maybe like 8w4d) for a scan. The next few weeks were bliss. We were on cloud 9. I was tired, and hungry, and a few cravings had set in. I started taking belly pics and everything. The day before our scan, I wrote in my journal that I didn't feel pregnant anymore. We went in the next day for our first scan, and were so excited. Unfortunately, there was no heartbeat, and the baby was only measuring 7w1d. We were told to come back in 1 week to make sure. We did, they were sure. Baby was measuring the same. We scheduled D&C for a few days later.

We were oddly at peace with it. One thing you will learn about me is that we are fate-ists. We aren't necessarily religious people (though I'm from a pretty religious family), but we strongly believe in fate. We grieved in our own way, and we were sad, but we knew it wasn't meant to be our bean. We moved on pretty quickly, not dwelling on the sad, but moving forward.

To make things harder, right around this same time, my brother and SIL told us they were expecting. They, too, had struggled with infertility (she has PCOS something fierce), and they had been through 1 round of IVF, and on their 3rd round of FET, they conceived). We were so happy for them, but it also awakened something in us. We realized that we may have been in denial about having to seek MA. As the months went by, and my SIL got closer to delivery (her baby shower when she was 7.5 months was brutal), we finally bit the proverbial bullet. We had gotten a referral to a fertility clinic from my perinatologist, and we finally made the call for a consult. Our first meeting was Nov 11, 2011.

We met with the RE, talked a lot, and she ordered a bunch of tests (HSG, bloods, SA for DH, etc.). We did all that, though the testing took more time to schedule due to holiday schedules and such. Finally, in January 2012, we had our follow up appointment. All testing was done, we were ready to chat. DH had pretty normal SA results, though his morph was on the low end at 4%. My HSG was perfect, as were most of my bloods. The only level of mine that was poor was my AMH. It was terribly low at 0.4. For those unfamiliar, it's a measure of egg quality. In a nutshell, i had very few, and very dusty eggs. What did that mean? Our RE said that our best chance of conceiving would be to use IVF with ICSI using DONOR eggs. She wasn't even sure that my eggs would work. She wasn't 100% convinced, though, so she was willing to give it a shot. AND, our insurance would cover nothing. Zero. Zilch.

As luck would have it, my cycle was just at the right time, so I started Estrace that day. About 10 days later, I went in for another test (SHG = all clear), and we were cleared to start the stims. I stimmed for 10 days on a high dose of Follistim and microHCG, and was monitored via bw and u/s every other day. When we were getting close to triggering, we had only 6 follies, though of decent size. However, my E2 levels had dropped dramatically, meaning that I had started to ovulate on my own, before the trigger. That meant that she had lost control of my cycle, and couldn't guarantee that the retrieval would be successful. We had 2 options: cancel the cycle altogether, or proceed with IUI. We all agreed IUI was the best option, though we all knew it wouldn't work. Sure enough, it didn't work. We weren't surprised.

We were anxious to start round 2. However, my body had other plans. One of my ovaries was "noisy" (i.e. still very large), and we needed to quiet it down before we could start again. I remained on Estrace for about 3 weeks. Finally, we were ready to go. I did a completely different protocol this time, to prevent my body from trying to ovulate on it's own this time. I was on microLupron protocol, plus Follistim and microHCG (almost the highest possible dosages of each). I stimmed for a total of 16 day (ugh), with a minimum of 4 injections a day, usually around 6. It was brutal. Monitoring every other day with bw and u/s. I was growing good follies, though I was a slow responder at first. When we got to trigger, I had 10 follies, of which we thought 7-8 of which would be viable. (Note: early on, the RE said that if she got me to produce 6, she would consider it a small miracle!) We triggered, then went for retrieval.

They got 6 eggs out! We were surprised and thrilled. Of the 6, 5 fertilized via ICSI, and of the 5 that fertilized, 4 continued to grow to transfer day. Of the 4, 1 was absolutely perfect on their grading scale, and 1 was near perfect. The other two were not as good, but not bad. We decided to transfer the 2 great ones on Day 5, and see what the other 2 did on Day 6. We transferred the 2, and on Day 6, the other 2 grew enough to be good enough to freeze! So, as it stands, we have 2 totsicles on ice!

The 2WW was the longest. We had a trip to Vegas planned with our best friends, so that helped pass the time (though I had to take it pretty easy). We are NOT home testers, so we didn't cheat. We waited until our 14 DPR appointment, and I went for my betas. A few days prior to that, I already felt I was pregnant. I was severely out of breath (I'm a former marathon runner) from just walking around, and I was already super tired. We were actually convinced that both embies had taken and I was pg with twins. Lo and behold, the betas came back later that day: 160. I was pregnant. But, we weren't celebrating yet. I wanted the repeat betas to be sure. Two days later, betas came back: 324. Everything was looking perfect. We were to go in at 6w for our first baseline scan.

We went in on Mon 6/4 for our scan. We were nervous, but within a few seconds, RE said "There's your pumpkin, and there's the heartrate." We were overjoyed.

And here we are....Scooter is 30w1d...our little miracle!
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November 20th, 2012, 10:44 AM
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Our story isn't very exciting. We had known since before our last baby was born that we were goi g to have another. I didn't quite feel ready, but I could hear my clock ticking. We decided that we would spend a few months ntnp, and see what happened. I ovulated three days later, and three days after that I just knew. Taking a test at 10 dpo was just a formality. I gift wrapped the test and gave it to dh when he got home from work, and he was over the moon. I kept waiting for him to freak out (last time he was thrilled initially, but then spent months having panic attacks), but it hasnt happened yet!
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Julie that is so cute! What a great quick thinking surprise!
Yeah I think what was most shocking to me is that most women don't get pregnant that first month. It can take a few months of trying but then suddenly it just works!
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Well DH and I were happy with two kids and didn't really plan on more. I had stopped the pill three months earlier because I felt it was making me feel awful and we just carried on as normal. When we tried for the others, we would DTD for a week straight every day and it would still take several months so I thought with our once per week DTD, there would be no way! LOL. I started cramping well before AF was due and actually went to get tampons! She never showed but I thought I was still messed up from going off the pill. I kept cramping but nothing started. Then I was about four days late and I went to shower, looked at my nipples and they were darker and that's when I realized it! I went to pick up a test the next day, already knowing what it would show.....peed....instant positive and texted the pic to DH. Nice way to break the news, I know! I actually thought I would lose the baby as my pattern was loss, son, loss, daughter....but she was meant to be and now I am so excited!
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I love all these stories ladies! It's just fun to remember how exciting that day was and finding out that you were going to be 1st time mom or a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc, that you finally got pregnant after trying for so long or you beat the odds etc. Ahh I just love reliving this stuff! It's making me feel better about my aches and pains today And, as agonizing as this wait is, we are actually all so close!
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Yeah I think what was most shocking to me is that most women don't get pregnant that first month. It can take a few months of trying but then suddenly it just works!
This is exactly what I thought! Its so funny that after years of being told "be careful or else you are going to get knocked up", that it would actually take a few months when you were actually trying and ready for baby.
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This is exactly what I thought! Its so funny that after years of being told "be careful or else you are going to get knocked up", that it would actually take a few months when you were actually trying and ready for baby.
That's so true, but you know what, I'm telling my daughter the same dang thing I was told when I was in school! In fact, I am buying her a chastity belt!
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When I started TTC it blew my mind how wrong everything I learned in health was.
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When I started TTC it blew my mind how wrong everything I learned in health was.
yeah it's like a 20% chance each month and you have to get it at the right time and if you chose to temp, ovulate, chart, etc you need to take like a class for it!
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Looking back I feel like I could have handled it with a lot more grace. Mid April I had some suspicious brown spotting that led me to believe I was pregnant. I told myself there was no way..I was on the pill. I took it to a T. Just like with Madison Dh suggested to pick up a test after work just to rule it out. In a craze I went on my lunch break and purchased a double pack of FRERs. I took them in the bathroom at work and immediately went into hysterics. Crying, talking to myself about how I couldn't do it again...one was enough for now...how could be make do. I immediately went out to my car and just sat for what seems like forever, thinking. I gathered myself and went inside and sat infront of Dh. All he had to do was smile and say, "really?" and I knew it was meant to be. I fully believe now that Latham was just in the cards for our family. The love that he has already brought to us is beyond belief.
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Ever since DD1 was a year or so old, DH and I would talk about having another. I just didn't feel ready. I wasn't ready to go through it all again. I finally decided I'd probably never feel 100% ready, and I wanted my kids close in age, so I knew it was tine to start trying. We were NTNP for quite a few months. But I knew ny body pretty well and would make sure we didn't DTD around ovulation, just bc I was still hesitant. A tiny part of me hoped for an "oopsie", but I knew I was way too conscious of it all to let that happen.
Finally i said let's just GO for it. If it's meant to be it'll happen. And of course DH was on board- DTD all the time was his dream come true!
It got close to the time to start testing, and the tests were coming up negative. I thought I saw a faint line on one but was pretty sure it was an evap. That was a Friday. AF was due Monday, so I decided to stop wasting money on tests and wait for AF. When Tuesday came and AF still hadn't showed, I couldn't resist buying another test. I dragged DD1 into the bathroom at the store and took the test, expecting it to be negative. I went and washed my hands, then went back into the stall and couldn't believe my eyes, a faint pink line was appearing!!! It was so surprising. I was on cloud 9. I asked DH if he wanted to meet for lunch, and casually told him while we were eating. He was stunned, lol! I know he secretly was hoping we'd have to "try" for at least a few more months- he liked DTD all the time!
So that's where baby 2 began.. And now here we are
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Yeah my DH was almost melancholy when we succeeded because he loved the extra "bedding" lol
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I feel a little bad that so many of you had such a hard time concieving!
My DH and I weren't married or even engaged yet, I was not on BC because I believed I wasn't able to get pregnant, (my previous fiance and I had tried for a few months and hadn't gotten pregnant so silly me thought I couldn't concieve) My periods are really sporadic and I can go a month without having one, so one day in June I randomly thought...I haven't had my period in a while, well then I started to stress so I bought a two pack of tests thinking ok take the test it'll show negative and then you'll have your period the next day since stressing can postpone it. So I did the test and it came up positive but the window that showed if the test was working properly didn't show.
So I waited and tested the next day, my roommate had assured me it was just a fluke and I wasn't pregnany so when I did the 2nd test and it worked and still showed positive I woke her up (it was 7am on a saturday) and just shoved the stick at her. Then we went upstairs and he was still sleeping so I kept calling his name then I started throwing stuff at him (this is the part he remembers haha) he finally woke up and I told him. I expected a worried or scared reaction. All I got was..."okay". I cried and cried and freaked out. But after a week of letting it sink in I was thrilled. Turns out I was already 3 months pregnant! opps!
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