I've blown it twice in under two weeks, so I am hereby officially resigning from NaBloPoMo. Now that the pressure's off, I won't have to blog unless I have something to say. I'm not a talker, generally, so this is more like me.
I made my first insurance-sponsored appointment with the RE. This will be incontrast to my July visit, which was funded entirely out-of-pocket. I haven't even purchased the insurance yet, but made the appointment for the first week of December, just in case I am not pregnant by then. I figure the more not-pregnant plans I make now, during the TWW, the more likely I am to actually be pregnant by Thanksgiving. It's like carrying an umbrella so it won't rain. It also gives me something to do and think about during the TWW. And, should we not succeed this month, I will handle the disappointment better knowing that I can move on to the next step without delay.
Actually, I was afraid the RE might be booked and I didn't want to have to wait several weeks to see her. Nor did I want to select a new doctor. I like this one. And I absolutely love the patient coordinator! She has been a wealth of information since day 1. To be a patient in their office will be a priviledge.
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