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3 months!

Today is Avery's 3 month birthday. It is also the one year anniversary from the third time we inseminated...("Third time's a charm!")

The number 3 continues to be a lucky number as Avery decided today would be a good day to roll over from her back to her tummy and then again from her tummy to back!

Here are her 3 month photos...

And here is a video...she's such a ham!


  1. Hello, I stumbled upon your blog, and have just finished reading it from Beginning to Present. Thank you for sharing, this is exactly what I was looking for, as far as going through the lesbian relationship pregnancy issues.

    My wife and I are in the beginning stages of starting the process of insemination.

    Thank you for sharing.

  2. Replies
    1. Samantha, I'm so glad you found us! I always feel so famous when someone says they found the blog. lol.

      Congratulations on starting the trying to conceive process. It's absolutely amazing.

      I don't have all of the answers, but if you ever have any questions don't hesitate to ask!

  3. Hey - Avery is so cute! we are at 17 weeks pregnant with twins and very excited - trying to build up some gay-mummy friends as there aren't many here in Thailand - we are blazing a trail!
    Hope you like our blog - one was about ttc and then I changed over to the latest when I started to feel I couldn't sensitively write about my pregnancy on what had been an infertility blog (
    I'll be following your story :)

    1. Thanks!


      I can't believe you live in Thailand! How cool is that!?

      I'll definitely check out the blog(s)

  4. She's adorable, she always looks so happy!!! I hope you're right and third time's a charm, because our 3rd IUI will be next Wednesday!

    1. lol, thanks! She's not so happy right now...not sure what's going on with her!

      I hope the 3rd time works for you!!! Fingers crossed!

  5. Happy 3 Months Avery! The time just goes so fast.

  6. Seriously this chic is too cute she makes 3 months look awesome


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