Now I’ve emerged into the Twitterverse I thought I’d give a linky a go, and where better to start than with ‘The List’ linky hosted by Aby at You Baby, Me Mummy and Hannah from Mums’ Days. We’ve had a busy weekend eating out a few times, it’s been the hubby’s birthday and I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather. With this in mind and considering my obsessive Googling,… View Post

It’s ok, the kit’s not broken, and nor am I. Phew!

Not so sure it was a good idea buying an ovulation kit. I read the instruction leaflet (repeatedly) and for three days now have been weeing on the sticks (which has been something of a novelty. I have Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) so I’m used to weeing in pots, but not usually onto a stick!) but so far I have apparently not been ovulating.  Which of course means I’m now… View Post

I bought one of those kits today. You know, an ovulation kit that I heard about in this conversation with my friend. There was a lot of talking to myself going on in the supermarket, I can tell you. Trying to decide whether to buy the supermarket own brand kit with 7 tests, or the Clear Blue one with ten, but for double the price. I decided to go with… View Post

Hmm, so that’s month one crossed out. We’re not going to be in the ‘it happened first time’ brigade. Do women ‘know’ when they’re pregnant? Extensive Googling has resulted in lots of forums with women saying they think they’re pregnant because of this, that and the other. But most of these ‘feelings’ or ‘symptoms’ seem to be very similar to those you experience in the run up to your period… View Post