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October 1st, 2008, 04:21 AM
Join Date: Sep 2008
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Me and my SO really love being parents lol and he's gone from just wanting one to wanting another! Our first was a bit of a unexpected surprise so we're new to TTC'ing, my first is 8 months old now and we have yet to see aunt Flo. I believe she's unfortunately taking a long vacation which makes things harder. I've had cramping in my stomach last month and from what I've read fertile mucus but still no appearance but BFN's on both pregnancy tests and ovulation tests. I'm planning on getting a basal therm to try that method of tracking, I just want to say its good to see other moms getting pregnant whilst BF'ing it gives us both hope

Do you girls have any advice to a newbie at TTC ?

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October 3rd, 2008, 10:06 PM
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I would definitely get a basal thermometer. Fertility Friend offers free charting. They a have a bunch of fancy stuff if you pay, but it isn't necessary. Welcome!

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