5 years

Holy crap.

5 years, 601 602 published posts, 40 unpublished posts, 5,680 comments, 2 different blogs, 5 fresh IVF cycles, 3 frozen cycles, countless injections, 121 eggs retrieved, 4 laminaria placements, 16 embryos transferred, 1 presumed ectopic, 2 miscarriages, 1 hemorrhage, 2 units of blood, and one real, live miracle. I don’t use that word lightly.

Even though I’m not really writing, I’m still here, trying to muddle my way through whatever is next.

Thanks for reading, thanks for the 5,680 comments, thanks for caring.

I realized I didn’t even count the surgeries!

~ by Larisa on May 7, 2010.

12 Responses to “5 years”

  1. *hug* Here for you through thick and thin.


  2. Those stats send shivers down my spine. I often think of my daughter as our little miracle as well. No other word catches the feeling so well.

  3. Happy Blogiversary! I just had my 6 year last month, and it’s hard to list it all out like that. I think of my little man as our miracle, too. They really are.

    Glad you’re still out there.

  4. Wow. I still check on you.

  5. Man…. hang in there! I keep thinking about you and hoping that somehow…

  6. ((hugs)) I still lurk too and she is a miracle.

  7. I still check in on you. Hope you and the fam are doing okay. I’ll be 5 years blogging in August and 6 years TTC in July. Who’da thunk it?

    Love you. xo

  8. I’m glad you are still around, even though you aren’t blogging. Happy Blogoversary.

  9. Thinking of you! Hope you had a fabulous Mother’s Day! You deserve it! I hope J&E spoiled you rotten! 🙂

  10. That is an incredible feat. Congratulations!

  11. That’s a lot!! I miss your blog updates. I hope you will come back to it. Happy Mother’s Day!!

  12. Hi,
    Thanks for sharing your lining experiences with me. It is such a pain in the a** when something so small causes so much stress. Good luck with your transfer on Thursday. I will be following along.

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