Saturday, January 16, 2010

Good News!

We went in for our post IUI ultrasound this morning to see if I ovulated this round. The technician that was doing the ultrasound didn't mess around. I think her exact words after just starting the us were, "Good news. You ovulated!!" I'm not sure what I said, but I think it might have been, "woooohooo!!" So far those are the best two words I've heard during this infertility journey. There are only two words I would rather hear and I'm hoping to hear those in about 2 weeks.

After the us I always go into the little room across the hall to talk to the nurse. Today there was someone in there waiting, so the nurse told me I could go wait with my husband in the waiting room. I was excited about that because it meant I could give him the great news right then. I wanted to be low key though because the waiting room was pretty full and I wanted to be sensitive to the others waiting. I know how it feels to be waiting and not get good news. I've been in that position ever other appointment. I whispered it to him and he just looked at me, smiled and grabbed my hand. It wasn't until I finished with the nurse and we were out in the hallway that we jumped up and down and hugged. I realize we have another hurdle to overcome, but this felt really GOOD!! After we left, we went to Chuy's for some delicious mexican to celebrate.

Thanks for all of you who have been praying and sending good thoughts our way. We appreciate them so much. Keep them coming. We have to wait and see if it sticks now. We believe that it will!


Sam said...

woohoo! I love your positive attitude. :)

Anne said...

That is so awesome, such great news!!! Hoping for great news for you in a couple weeks. :)

Pug Mama said...

I love how you thought of the others in the waiting room, and put their feelings above your excitement. You have a kind heart.

Shellie Salza said...

YAY for good news! Thanks for keeping us updated so we know what to pray for!

Mrs. Chapman's 2nd Grade Class said...

Thanks so much to all of you! Your prayers and good thoughts mean so very much to me!

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