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Yes, you read that right. Trying for baby #2 has been something that’s been weighing heavily on my mind lately. It’s hard to put into words how exactly I feel about all of this, but I’m going to try my very best.
Ever since writing this post I’ve never stopped wanting another baby. We never actively tried after I wrote that post and I moved the thought of another child to the back of my mind while focusing on getting my nursing license, my first nursing job, moving to Wisconsin and planning our wedding. All of those distractions came at the perfect time and helped keep my mind off my undeniable desire to add to our family, but after Cory and I tied the knot in June, that baby fever came back with a vengeance.
Cory and I had “the talk” after far too many “oh my goodness I want another baby” comments on my end and we’ve decided that we’ll try without trying. We’re not necessarily in the best location to have a baby, but we’re hoping to be soon. If you’ve been following along for a while, then you know we’ve been living at his dad’s house while we wait for our home in Minnesota to sell. The goalie has been pulled and we’re just going to let it play it’s course. If nows the right time then we’ll be looking at two pink lines sometime down the road, but if not, that’s okay too.
I know it’s not that simple though for a lot of couples. Some couples try for years and years without conceiving. And to be quite honest, I know that if it gets to be long, I’ll definitely be enlisting some interventions to help us conceive quicker. It’s hard to describe it, but when you’re trying each and every month feels like an eternity and every negative pregnancy test hurts even more than the last. It’s certainly not an easy time.
If you’re trying and possibly struggling to conceive, have you heard of the The Stork? The Stork is an at-home device that’s both natural and cost-effective that you can use in the comfort of your own home. You can learn more about how this device works here. It just makes sense, you know?
So if you’re feeling like you’ve tried it all in the conception department, I strongly suggest you give The Stork a try. It’s FDA approved, over-the-counter product that’s available without a prescription. Just read the success stories for inspiration!
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When: Thursday, November 6 at 2 p.m. ET
Where: Twitter of course with the #TheStorkOTC hashtag
What: Discussion will be centered around The Stork and troubles and triumphs with conception.
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