Married 11/27/09 and TTC right away Dx: Complete septate uterus with cervical duplication, endometrial polyps, PCOS, endometriosis, hypo thyroid, luteal phase defect4 uterus surgeries to correct my complete septum and to remove polyps and 2 years of seeing the RE, medicated cycles and IUIsBaby 1 and 2: BFP 3/3/11 with 2 babies EDD 11/1/11, M/C 4/6/11Baby #3: 8/11 pregnant EDD 4/27/11 and m/c:(Baby #4: 10/12/11 BFP! EDD 6/16/12m/c 10/26/11Baby #5: 3/13/12 BFP! EDD 11/25/12 ANOTHER m/c
Baby #6: 2/14/13- BFP! EDD 10/24/13, CP 2/19/13 Baby #7: 3/15/13- BFP! EDD 11/27/13, another CP Baby #8. BFP 5/19/13 EDD 1/22/14. 8 was not our lucky number4th septum resection on 5/31/13.Baby #9: 6/29/13 BFP. C section scheduled for March 5th!
My miracle baby was born March 5 at 9:33am. He was 8 lbs 12.5 oz and 21.25 inches long!
ufsandra85:Me although 16 years with only one shore duty we are praying he gets sent to a carrier. Fingers crossed
WOW, thats a long time! I can't imagine. Good luck if you do get a carrier - it's a whole different world.
Side question on your sn... are you a UF fan????
I don't envy any submariner's wife. They have it the hardest in my book; having to work at a submarine command and listen to how things are done while on deployment. So just wanted to say you guys have a lot of heart and determination. So PROPS to you guys.
My husband used to be a rider on subs. But that was before my time. Now he is a surface sailor; and that is hard enough.