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There was once a time that if you told me to go do a swim workout, I would have laughed in your face, no offense. But now I can’t get enough! I didn’t see myself as a swimmer. I took swim lessons growing up, yet, never passed level 5 because I couldn’t master the butterfly[…]

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July 29, 2017 It’s hard to believe I’m 11 weeks today. Wow, a lot has happened since my last entry! All good things, though! Our trip to New Orleans Since my last entry, we spent six days in New Orleans for my Beachbody National Conference. Dan and I went while the kiddos stayed at home.[…]

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July 7, 2017 Good news all around! Since my last entry, things have gone well—no more spotting! Thankfully, I feel great. Occasionally, I’ll feel nauseous first thing in the morning or if I go too long between meals, but otherwise, no nausea! YAY! On the other hand, it would be nice to have some symptoms,[…]

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Monday, June 19, 2017 I am thankful for this weekend for a number of reasons. I rested—just did yoga and PiYo from Beachbody on Demand for my workouts. I went for daily walks with my family and our dog, Dublin. My spotting has nearly stopped, and  I’m feeling hopeful! Well, more like cautiously optimistic, I[…]

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017 I headed to Seattle Reproductive Medicine early Wednesday morning (that darn traffic!) and had my blood drawn, did acupuncture at (sooooo relaxing!), and then headed to my nutritionist appointment. At this time, I won’t be making any medication changes for my stomach issues. In addition to what I’m already doing, she[…]

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June 12th, 2017 Today is Monday, June 12th, 11 days after my frozen embryo transfer. Our final embryo. I connected with a girl on Instagram who transferred a frozen embryo on the same day as we did. All last week, we were commiserating with one another about the two-week wait. What symptoms were or weren’t[…]

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There was once a time that if you told me to go do a swim workout, I would have laughed in your face, no offense. But now I can’t get enough! I didn’t see myself as a swimmer. I took swim lessons growing up, yet, never passed level 5 because I couldn’t master the butterfly[…]

Read More

July 29, 2017 It’s hard to believe I’m 11 weeks today. Wow, a lot has happened since my last entry! All good things, though! Our trip to New Orleans Since my last entry, we spent six days in New Orleans for my Beachbody National Conference. Dan and I went while the kiddos stayed at home.[…]

Read More

July 7, 2017 Good news all around! Since my last entry, things have gone well—no more spotting! Thankfully, I feel great. Occasionally, I’ll feel nauseous first thing in the morning or if I go too long between meals, but otherwise, no nausea! YAY! On the other hand, it would be nice to have some symptoms,[…]

Read More

Monday, June 19, 2017 I am thankful for this weekend for a number of reasons. I rested—just did yoga and PiYo from Beachbody on Demand for my workouts. I went for daily walks with my family and our dog, Dublin. My spotting has nearly stopped, and  I’m feeling hopeful! Well, more like cautiously optimistic, I[…]

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017 I headed to Seattle Reproductive Medicine early Wednesday morning (that darn traffic!) and had my blood drawn, did acupuncture at (sooooo relaxing!), and then headed to my nutritionist appointment. At this time, I won’t be making any medication changes for my stomach issues. In addition to what I’m already doing, she[…]

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June 12th, 2017 Today is Monday, June 12th, 11 days after my frozen embryo transfer. Our final embryo. I connected with a girl on Instagram who transferred a frozen embryo on the same day as we did. All last week, we were commiserating with one another about the two-week wait. What symptoms were or weren’t[…]

Read More

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There was once a time that if you told me to go do a swim workout, I would have laughed in your face, no offense. But now I can’t get enough! I didn’t see myself as a swimmer. I took swim lessons growing up, yet, never passed level 5 because I couldn’t master the butterfly[…]

Read More

July 29, 2017 It’s hard to believe I’m 11 weeks today. Wow, a lot has happened since my last entry! All good things, though! Our trip to New Orleans Since my last entry, we spent six days in New Orleans for my Beachbody National Conference. Dan and I went while the kiddos stayed at home.[…]

Read More

July 7, 2017 Good news all around! Since my last entry, things have gone well—no more spotting! Thankfully, I feel great. Occasionally, I’ll feel nauseous first thing in the morning or if I go too long between meals, but otherwise, no nausea! YAY! On the other hand, it would be nice to have some symptoms,[…]

Read More

Monday, June 19, 2017 I am thankful for this weekend for a number of reasons. I rested—just did yoga and PiYo from Beachbody on Demand for my workouts. I went for daily walks with my family and our dog, Dublin. My spotting has nearly stopped, and  I’m feeling hopeful! Well, more like cautiously optimistic, I[…]

Read More

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 I headed to Seattle Reproductive Medicine early Wednesday morning (that darn traffic!) and had my blood drawn, did acupuncture at (sooooo relaxing!), and then headed to my nutritionist appointment. At this time, I won’t be making any medication changes for my stomach issues. In addition to what I’m already doing, she[…]

Read More

June 12th, 2017 Today is Monday, June 12th, 11 days after my frozen embryo transfer. Our final embryo. I connected with a girl on Instagram who transferred a frozen embryo on the same day as we did. All last week, we were commiserating with one another about the two-week wait. What symptoms were or weren’t[…]

Read More

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There was once a time that if you told me to go do a swim workout, I would have laughed in your face, no offense. But now I can’t get enough! I didn’t see myself as a swimmer. I took swim lessons growing up, yet, never passed level 5 because I couldn’t master the butterfly[…]

Read More

July 29, 2017 It’s hard to believe I’m 11 weeks today. Wow, a lot has happened since my last entry! All good things, though! Our trip to New Orleans Since my last entry, we spent six days in New Orleans for my Beachbody National Conference. Dan and I went while the kiddos stayed at home.[…]

Read More

July 7, 2017 Good news all around! Since my last entry, things have gone well—no more spotting! Thankfully, I feel great. Occasionally, I’ll feel nauseous first thing in the morning or if I go too long between meals, but otherwise, no nausea! YAY! On the other hand, it would be nice to have some symptoms,[…]

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Monday, June 19, 2017 I am thankful for this weekend for a number of reasons. I rested—just did yoga and PiYo from Beachbody on Demand for my workouts. I went for daily walks with my family and our dog, Dublin. My spotting has nearly stopped, and  I’m feeling hopeful! Well, more like cautiously optimistic, I[…]

Read More

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 I headed to Seattle Reproductive Medicine early Wednesday morning (that darn traffic!) and had my blood drawn, did acupuncture at (sooooo relaxing!), and then headed to my nutritionist appointment. At this time, I won’t be making any medication changes for my stomach issues. In addition to what I’m already doing, she[…]

Read More

June 12th, 2017 Today is Monday, June 12th, 11 days after my frozen embryo transfer. Our final embryo. I connected with a girl on Instagram who transferred a frozen embryo on the same day as we did. All last week, we were commiserating with one another about the two-week wait. What symptoms were or weren’t[…]

Read More

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There was once a time that if you told me to go do a swim workout, I would have laughed in your face, no offense. But now I can’t get enough! I didn’t see myself as a swimmer. I took swim lessons growing up, yet, never passed level 5 because I couldn’t master the butterfly[…]

Read More

July 29, 2017 It’s hard to believe I’m 11 weeks today. Wow, a lot has happened since my last entry! All good things, though! Our trip to New Orleans Since my last entry, we spent six days in New Orleans for my Beachbody National Conference. Dan and I went while the kiddos stayed at home.[…]

Read More

July 7, 2017 Good news all around! Since my last entry, things have gone well—no more spotting! Thankfully, I feel great. Occasionally, I’ll feel nauseous first thing in the morning or if I go too long between meals, but otherwise, no nausea! YAY! On the other hand, it would be nice to have some symptoms,[…]

Read More

Monday, June 19, 2017 I am thankful for this weekend for a number of reasons. I rested—just did yoga and PiYo from Beachbody on Demand for my workouts. I went for daily walks with my family and our dog, Dublin. My spotting has nearly stopped, and  I’m feeling hopeful! Well, more like cautiously optimistic, I[…]

Read More

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 I headed to Seattle Reproductive Medicine early Wednesday morning (that darn traffic!) and had my blood drawn, did acupuncture at (sooooo relaxing!), and then headed to my nutritionist appointment. At this time, I won’t be making any medication changes for my stomach issues. In addition to what I’m already doing, she[…]

Read More

June 12th, 2017 Today is Monday, June 12th, 11 days after my frozen embryo transfer. Our final embryo. I connected with a girl on Instagram who transferred a frozen embryo on the same day as we did. All last week, we were commiserating with one another about the two-week wait. What symptoms were or weren’t[…]

Read More