Now begins the two-week wait. What a weird limbo. The egg has either packed it in, or is working on rapidly zygote-ifying. But there’s no way for me to know for the next two weeks.

Damon has resumed the “Do you feel pregnant?” refrain. Some might find that annoying, but I enjoy the indicator that he’s excited to be a dad.

We did our best. But when the temperature goes up and the cervix comes down there are always a few things I second guess about when and how often we have sex.

Oh, for a crystal ball.

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18 responses to this post.

  1. Well, do you feel pregnant?
    I’m excited for Damon to be a dad too.

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  2. Well, do you feel pregnant?
    I’m excited for Damon to be a dad too.

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    • Well, I don’t not feel pregnant. So that’s a good thing.

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      • Try not to jiggle around too much, in case things are still making up their minds.
        Having said that, you don’t really strike me as overly jiggly anyway.

      • Now, if the wording of that made you cry, you’re probably pregnant.
        What I mean is you don’t strike me as the type to jangle around making a lot of noise or sudden moves.

      • I generally resort to the hair flip to compensate for my lack of jiggle.
        I would think if I become an emotional pregnant woman that will be fun and novel for Damon, since I’m normally pretty buttoned up. At least I will count on folks to remind him that it is fun and novel when I am yelling at him because he put the less poofy pillow on my side of the bed.

      • Let me know if you cry at Applebee commercials. It’s a sure-bet indicator.
        Today I was in Sam’s Club with my mother-in-law and they made an announcement welcoming two new members. Everyone cheered and they rang this bell – and I totally teared up.
        So, Applebee commercials. Keep a look out for them.

  3. Well, I don’t not feel pregnant. So that’s a good thing.

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  4. Try not to jiggle around too much, in case things are still making up their minds.
    Having said that, you don’t really strike me as overly jiggly anyway.

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  5. Now, if the wording of that made you cry, you’re probably pregnant.
    What I mean is you don’t strike me as the type to jangle around making a lot of noise or sudden moves.

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  6. I generally resort to the hair flip to compensate for my lack of jiggle.
    I would think if I become an emotional pregnant woman that will be fun and novel for Damon, since I’m normally pretty buttoned up. At least I will count on folks to remind him that it is fun and novel when I am yelling at him because he put the less poofy pillow on my side of the bed.

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  7. you arent going to be one of those women who stands on their head or anything after sex are you? 🙂

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  8. you arent going to be one of those women who stands on their head or anything after sex are you? 🙂

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    • I laugh at those silly, silly women!
      Now check back with me in three months if I’m not pregnant yet…

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    • What’s wrong with standing on your head after sex? Sometimes I do it, and scissor-kick while belting out “Happy Days Are Here Again”.
      Of course, that’s for entirely different reasons. Now sex is so rare that I’d probably just hire a marching band and get it over with, maybe buy a billboard or two.

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  9. I laugh at those silly, silly women!
    Now check back with me in three months if I’m not pregnant yet…

    Reply

  10. Let me know if you cry at Applebee commercials. It’s a sure-bet indicator.
    Today I was in Sam’s Club with my mother-in-law and they made an announcement welcoming two new members. Everyone cheered and they rang this bell – and I totally teared up.
    So, Applebee commercials. Keep a look out for them.

    Reply

  11. What’s wrong with standing on your head after sex? Sometimes I do it, and scissor-kick while belting out “Happy Days Are Here Again”.
    Of course, that’s for entirely different reasons. Now sex is so rare that I’d probably just hire a marching band and get it over with, maybe buy a billboard or two.

    Reply

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