Yes, a baby will be worth this long drawn out process, and every time I think about holding a little loved one in my arms I seem to forget about the pain and discomfort I've been having.
I don't have any new updates from the doctor, but for those of you who are wondering how everything has been going here's a little update on my thoughts.
I thought that I would be okay to have several bites of ice cream while on this medicine, I thought wrong.
I thought I would enjoy all the meat in a no carb/no sugar diet, I was wrong.
I thought that the pounds would fall off when I started the medication, I was wrong.
I thought I could go a day without thinking about our future child, I was wrong.
I thought I could skip a meal without passing out, I was wrong.
I thought we would be okay snow shoeing without toilet paper, I was wrong.
I thought I could hold it long enough to make it back down the mountain, I was wrong.
I thought I was skilled enough to balance on the side of the mountain and touch my bum to the snow, in the dark, while wearing snow shoes, I was wrong.
I thought I could beat my score on Flappy Bird, I was wrong.
I thought I was all alone in this process, thanks to my Mother and supporting husband, I was wrong.
I thought being this miserable would make me want a baby less, I was wrong.
I thought Ryan would get sick of my constant complaining, I was wrong.
I thought I would quit after feeling this gross, I was wrong.
I thought Ryan would make me take back the first gender neutral outfit I purchased for our future baby, luckily, I was wrong.
Thank you everyone for your love and support through our trials, it has made them much more bearable.