Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Baby Geek in the Works

Note: if you happen to know me in real life, please don't mention this to my parents. :)

Speaking of April and Sara both being preggers, K and I have decided to try and make our own little baby gamer. We've been married for 4 years now, and with K being a bit older than me, it's probably time. We were mainly waiting on selling our old house and settling down in our new place, so now it's all up to God.

Not to say that I haven't been doing due diligence in my research. I'm now quite familiar with conception acronyms like AF, BD, and TWW, and am aware of all the top methods to predict ovulation. Sometimes I get excited and want to tell K about the latest thing I've read, but we've established that K is not interested in hearing about anything involving fluids, liquids, and gels... much like the TSA. ^_^;;

As for names, we're probably not going to be choosing anything too unusual, like we did for our pets' names. But a subtly geeky name would be kinda cool. For example, the Castlevania series has many "common" names, such as Julia, Carrie, Nathan, and Vincent. Anyway, I'm getting ahead of myself. We've only been trying for 2 cycles so far, so please pray for us!


FrofinStitches said...

I hope you have a short TTC. We had a 11mo TTC. 3 rounds of progesterone and one of clomid. The clomid worked for us first time around. Some friends took up to 4. Hopefully you won't need all of that.
Have you heard of yet? Really. Helps you target your days and if there is an issue (like me) then you already have tons of the info your dr will need to figure out what's going on.
People will tell you to not try and think about it to much but that is almost impossible. Don't go longer than 6mo TTC without letting your dr know.
Btw..#2.. no clomid, charts or ttc.. Actually tntc! But God decided we were ready.

A Gamer's Wife said...

How cool! Thank you so much for your encouraging story. I'll definitely take a look a Recently I've been perusing and using the "My Days" smartphone app to keep track of stuff.