Saturday, June 30, 2012

Coming Soon: The TMI Series

I've been holding back. I want to use this blog as an outlet and source of expression but I know that some things can be considered TMI. Since I still want to share these things, I figured I would start a "TMI Series". This will be an area on my blog where I will talk about things that may not appeal to everyone (especially men who I doubt will be reading this anyways). So, consider this a heads-up. If you don't want to read about my lady bits (since we are TTCing, I will probably reference my lady bits a lot), you should avoid this series, lol. TTCing is an exciting time for us and this is definitely I something I want to share with my friends, family and readers who may be TTCing as well. I just want to warn those who are not interested in these topics beforehand. Now that everyone has been warned, let the lady bit conversations begin! Okay, not really but yeah, pretty much.

In Transition...

I haven't posted in awhile and I want to apologize to anyone who happens to read my blog. I got a new computer and I am trying to get things figured out. I promise to update soon. I have Liam's 18 month update as well as a few other posts I want to do very soon.
Again, I apologize and to make it up to you guys, here's a family picture we took while messing around on the new MacBook Pro's Photo Booth. Enjoy!

Thursday, June 14, 2012

We're Offically Trying for Baby #2!

It's official. I have been Implanon free for over a week now so we are officially trying to conceive. We are super excited and hopeful that it won't take us long to get pregnant again.

We're even more excited because this pregnancy will be a bit different than the last one. Although Will will be leaving for school at the beginning of next year, he will not be deploying (as long as nothing changes with our orders) for the next three years. We're happy that our family will be able to grow and strengthen with both parents here instead of being deployed although we understand that deployments are something we will have to deal with as a dual military family. Being together is not something we take for granted so as long as our orders stay the same, we'll cherish this extended family time.