Thursday, September 1, 2011

Trying not to be boring...

I don't have much to say...I've been bored, but trying to not be BORING for my daughter. We hit up the library yesterday. I have decided to try the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I keep reading people's review of this series and it seems addictive, so I decided to give it a shot.

We also went to the movie yesterday, saw Winnie the Pooh. It was really cute! I thought I would find it boring, but it actually made me giggle a few times and I enjoyed it. That, and the fact that it only cost me $5 total for entrance, drinks, and a popcorn for my daughter and I...perfect.

I am trying to be a bit more experimental with my cooking...I have hit a lull lately and am getting tired of the same ol', same ol'.

I am 6 DPO. Two weeks wait is boring and LONG. I have been temping, but never know quite what to think of it at this point.

I have been trying to call and hang out with my friends a bit more and become a better friend myself. I love my friends and miss just chillin with them. It's not so easy when you have kids sometimes, but I'm figuring it out.

I think I am finally at peace with the fact that V may be an only does this mean I should keep trying medically for #2? If this cycle doesn't work, do I ask for the Ovarian Drilling and if it happens from there, then so be it? Do I do it without the drilling? I'm really not sure what I want to do. My Love is happy with V, but wouldn't mind another...he's at the same point in his thoughts as I am...I have to start praying more on this for some answers.

Anyway, here are some photos of my beautiful V and our family of three!!


  1. Outlander (and the other books in the series) is one of my favorite books in the world! You will love it--keep reading.

  2. Outlander (and the other books in the series) is one of my favorite books ever! Keep reading--you will love it.

  3. V is pretty awesome, but I definitely understand not feeling that the family is complete yet. Lots of hope for both of us this time around.

    Have you read the Hunger Games trilogy? A little on the younger side (teen-ish) but very, very good. And fast-paced. Read them in a week. Let me know how you like Outlander!

  4. I second the Hunger Games trilogy. Read all 3 books in 4 days - so good!