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Fingers Crossed

We dropped the girls off at school this morning. On the way to our appointment we stopped at a bagel place. It was really good!


We were the only people in the waiting room at RMA. Meg read her book and I watched Prison Break. They called us back shortly after 8:45. 


Our donor provided us with 70 million sperm with 40% motility (Avery had 60 million 40%, Harper had 100 million 30% motility) The Doctor came in, confirmed the donor's number and Meg's Birthday and then quickly reviewed Meg's paperwork.

He said that there is no doubt that she is ovulating (her surge was 95 yesterday). He also said that this is going to be a perfect cycle for us. Fingers crossed he is right!

Today we used our last vial from donor 12360. It's an odd feeling. I'm a firm believer in "everything happens for a reason." While I wish last month worked it would make total sense for this to close out our TTC process.

We go back in for a pregnancy test on July 10th. Until then we will focus on our upcoming trip to the beach! 

Today we will put our feet up, relax, and watch movies while the girls are at school! 



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