Hello and welcome to my blog. I decided to do ICLW again this month. It has been a while, but I am looking forward to it.
My name is Liz and I am 28. My husband is W and he is 30. We have been TTC baby #1 for about 2 years and seeing a RE almost the entire time. I got a referral quickly by going to my GYN for a pre-conception check up. At that time I requested blood work since some of my cycles had been a bit longer. My testosterone was high and I quickly received the diagnosis of PCOS and the suggestion to see an endocrinologist. In addition, I lost my left tube to a paratubal cyst last March.
I have done 2 IUI cycles (both BFN), 3 IVF cycles (1 BFN, 2 chemical pregnancies) and 1 FET (BFN). Once I get AF again we will do our second FET with frozen embryos from IVF #3. If you want to find out more you can check out the other pages on the top of my blog.
I am a speech pathologist and work with children from birth to age 5. I love my job, challenging as it is. The children say some of the funniest things, and it always keeps me on my toes. Today I arrived at a house and their two boys were in the pool swimming. I see the younger brother for therapy and the other brother loves to join in most days. Today he decided he was going to stay in the pool instead. After our session was over we headed back outside. I guess at that point the older brother decided he wanted to come inside. He took one look at us and said, "I missed all the fun?" As if swimming in the pool isn't more fun.
I like to ask other people questions for ICLW so here goes:
What is your favorite color?
Mine is green
What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
We have a ton of prepped food for our BBQ we are having tomorrow. Coleslaw, potato salad, chicken, beer, wine, and some hot dogs.
What is the last book you read/the last movie you saw in the theatre?
I read the Hunger Games and am currently embarrassed to admit I am reading Fifty Shades. The last movie we saw was the 5 Year Engagement
If you were on death row, what would your last meal be?
Lobster, corn on the cob, and salt potatoes