Life has been nuts!
I attended a conference Friday and Saturday which was great, but it left me completely exhausted. It's so hard to pay attention and listen for two days! I did learn a ton and I have some great ideas that I can implement in my class AND I got some cool stuff for my class. Lucky ducks!
I also went to the Y.oga S.how today and I got some really good, well-priced yoga clothes (well, I can wear some of it out and about, but I can wear the stuff OVER my yoga clothes!).
Needless to say it was an expensive weekend, so I have to reign in the spending when we head to Montreal for Easter. Thank God we didn't do a lot of shopping while in Arizona! The only thing that I want to buy next weekend are a pair of yoga jeans -- yes ladies, jeans that are as comfy as yoga pants (or so they say). I'm going to try them on to see how great they are, then I'll see if I make the $100 investment.
In cycle news I can definitely tell that my hormones are on an upswing. My skin feels different (more oily which isn't great, but it's the best indication of something happening). I'm also feeling a tiny bit of boob tenderness AND I started to see fertile CM on Friday. Now that my UTI is finally cleared up we have a much better chance. Last month I wasn't really in the mood for much TTC action since I was pretty sore in my ladypart region.
The only negative is that now that I'm back on all of the fertility drugs (well, the F.emara and HCG) I've gained a bit of weight. It also doesn't help that I'm still taking it easy yoga-wise, so I need to start being much more active if I don't want to put on any more poundage. I really noticed it today while trying on yoga clothes which are really form fitting.
Lastly, I met my best friend's new baby yesterday. I didn't hold him since he was asleep for most of the visit and I hung out with the older kids. My bf's daughter asked me why I didn't have any kids and when I answered, "Well if I had kids I wouldn't be able to travel anymore." And she said, "And you wouldn't be able to buy me presents! Well it's okay that you don't have kids!"
I thought it was pretty funny, but it was a great way to deflect from my IF! I hate being called out by a six year old!