We had a rough few weeks after dropping to one nap and decided he wasn’t ready. He would cry constantly as soon as I picked him up from daycare. I am not sure if it was the teething or the change of the schedule but after two weeks we went back to two naps. He is still our little goofball making us laugh with the silly things he does.
Height: 32ish inches
Weight: 28ish lbs
New This Month:
Another molar has broke through
Pointing at everything saying “what’s that?”
Likes: Sitting quietly and “reading”, being read to, climbing up on things and trying to get on the couch, Curious George books and cartoon, being outside and running around, hiding in Grandma’s cabinets.
Dislikes: Not enough sleep, being off his schedule, not getting his way or not paying enough attention to him
Sleep: He is sleeping 7:30 to 6:30 and we went back to two naps a day after a rough two weeks of . His nap tends to be 2 hours.
Eating: He has 3 meals a day and 3 snacks. He is not a fan of meat like chicken but he still loves avocados, eggs, yogurt and fruits
Clothes: 24 Month pants and 24 and 2T shirts. 24 month shirts are becoming too small for his torso.
I had blood work early this morning. My RE called me this afternoon to let me know I was pregnant and that if things keep progressing the way they are Coen will have a sibling soon. My beta level level was 228! I go back on Saturday for another blood draw and hopefully my numbers are doubled. I forgot how nice it is to find out early but also how stressful it can be to worry about if everything is alright and counting down the days until you’re out of that danger zone. FRERs are still getting darker. Here are today’s and yesterday’s tests.
I did test on our anniversary at 5dp5dpt and much to my surprise and excitement I saw a very faint line!!! Beta is tomorrow and tests have been getting darker. I am in shock! Tests are from Monday and Tuesday. Eeek
Transfer went so smoothly on Monday. We transferred one Grade A blast. In the past with my retroverted cervix it has been painful and the Dr always struggles with getting the placement right. The only time that it went this smoothly was when it actually worked…….but think pregnancy just changed things a bit and made it a little easier. I am not stupid. I have been in this position too many times. I can’t compare this time to any other one. I have cycles I was positive I was pregnant that I wasn’t and the one that worked that felt like other failed cycles. I took the day of transfer off but decided to go back to work the day after. I kind of wish I didn’t because that day ended up to be quite stressful. My boss gave her notice which leaves me with one new guy that has been there a month and one other that was leaving two days after my boss and one person who hasn’t started yet. The good thing is it will be an opportunity for me to grow before they decide what to do with the position. I also have not been following orders as far as not lifting heavy items…Coen is almost 30lbs so there really is nothing I can do!
As far as symptoms, I have felt the normal progesterone ones…..on and off cramps, backache and random twinge or pulling feeling, sore boobs etc. I have had these for negative cycles so I try not to obsess about them. (haha! That’s a joke) I did have a sharp pain or two in my uterus one night that woke me but that could have been anything. The past day or two I haven’t felt much. So now the question is when to test. Tomorrow at 5dp5dt is when I got a positive with Coen and it is also our 4 year anniversary. I don’t know if I should skip or test and know it is still early. When you are a POAS addict it is really hard to wait…..
We had a rough week mid month where Coen had a bad respiratory cold. Luckily my mom had the week off and was able to watch him. He is very active now and keeps us on our toes. He is definitely in need of a haircut soon. What do you think?
Height: 31ish inches
Weight: Almost 28lbs
New This Month:
Molar that broke through
Saying Hi when he puts cell phone to ear
Saying ” I you” aka I love you
Grabbing his things that we ask for like “Where’s your Brown Bear book?”
Being chased up and down the hallway again and again and again….
Likes: Sitting quietly and “reading”, being read to, eating whatever we are eating, hanging out on the couch, Curious George books and cartoon, cuddling with his big brother Duncan
Dislikes: Not getting enough attention, being off his schedule, not getting his way, too long in his car seat, being sick, green beans but I give them to him anyway!
Sleep: He is sleeping 7:30 to 6/6:30 and as of last Sunday now down to one nap at about 12:30/1. His nap tends to be 2 hours.
Eating: He has 3 meals a day and 3 snacks. I just used the last bag of breast milk this week. He still loves avocados, blueberries, cheese and yogurt.
Clothes: 18 Month pants and 24 month shirts. Sleeves are a bit too long but 18 months don’t cover the belly!
I had my first lining check last Wednesday but it was a no go. My lining was only 6.3mm and at best it needs to be at least 8 before they schedule the transfer. I was bumped up from 2mg Estrace twice a day to 2mg three times a day. I had a second lining check on Monday and my lining was 8.6 but due to scheduling they had me come in one more time this past Wednesday. My lining at that point was 8.8mm. We started PIO shots Wednesday night and we have transfer this Monday at 10:30am! I am excited/nervous for the transfer. It has been over two years since our last transfer for Coen. I don’t want to feel the heartache of a failed cycle but I also know that it took a lot last time. I am not expecting it to work the first time or the second. I am going into it with the knowledge that it worked once before and there is no reason it could not happen again. We are also only transferring one blast which might decrease our chances a bit.
Likes: Chocolate brownie cookie that daddy gave him a piece of, being chased, the snow, our dog Duncan, reading or being read to, Curious George, jumping in my closet and hiding, getting into the cabinets
Dislikes: Being overtired, being told “No”, not getting enough attention, being off his schedule, not getting his way, being in high chair too long
Sleep: He is sleeping 7:30 to 6/6:30 and still napping at about 9:30/10 and 2:30/3. A few times during the week he will skip a nap usually his second. I just don’t feel he is quite ready to drop to one nap yet because when he skips his morning nap he is super tired.
Eating: He has 3 meals a day and 3 snacks. We are offering milk in the morning, at some of his meals and a half hour before bed with a little snack. We are still using up the frozen breast milk along with regular cow’s milk. He has a wide variety of food and his favorites are still blueberries and avocados.
Clothes: 18 Month clothes are getting very tight and most of his bodysuits have shrunk so much he looks like he is wearing a v neck. I have been meaning to go out and buy some shirts in 24 month or 2T. He still has little feet and is in size 5 shoes.