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2nd Batch

He's here!!! Meg received the call from the doctors this afternoon confirming the arrival of our very expensive sperm!

For those of you who are new to the life of ordering spermies, let me just tell you, it can be very frustrating.

You see, I'm a gold-star (look it up, lol) and I'm madly in love with my wife. The problem is that I have no access to sperm (stupid biology). While I am, in no means, a man hating lesbian, it kills me that we need a man to help us get pregnant.

Don't get me wrong, I'm grateful we are able to even try to get pregnant, but I can't help, but wish the circumstances could be different.

Meg and I will never know what it's like to make a baby together.


  1. gold-star? and this is absolutely amazing it's like we are there with you guys physically... love you both and we are here for you guys no matter what. Luv ya!

  2. haha, did you look it up?!?! Thank you for your love and support!!!


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