DeCaf - Me, code monkey by day, dog-wrangler/awesome sleeper by night.
Latte - My dear wife of 8 years.
BoyCat - Our first pet we got together. He's simple but sweet.
GirlCat - She's a riddle wrapped up in an enigma wrapped in a mystery. Cuddly one moment, off killing vermin the next.
Puppy - Husky/Pointer mix, 4.5 years old. The love of Latte's life.
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Blogs I Follow
- Barf Bags Not Included
- Pepibebe | nurturing by nature
- Mama Soto
- Queer and Conceiving
- Two birds, One love
- .breaking into blossom.
- The Gayby Project: Making the Next Generation of Fabulous
- Mother Issues
- Ladylove & Babydust
- Another Life Pause
- Mama et Maman
- My Perfect Breakdown
- Two Immas
- banana seat
- Baby Fever
- Our Sunflower Baby
- Keeping Up With The Joneses
- Two Brute Yogis Sitting In a Tree
- Impossibly Royal
- A Family of B's
- Nicole & Autumn’s Journey to Becoming Mommies
- (not) pregnant in rezza
- Two Chicks' Fertility
- Queer Conceptional
- Keeping up with the Hays
- The Road Ahead: Jen & Mary Pat Try to Make a Baby
- Hooded Spirits
- Lesbians on the Corner
- Mama, Interrupted
- A Day in the Life
- So Damn Jenn
- Her eggs. My nest.
- From PhD to Farm
- Just, what?
- are you my moms?
- Giraffe and Ducks adventure to becoming mummies
- Andrea and Ari's TTC Journal
- Bs and Babies
- Hound Mamas
- My curious 30s
- Babies for Ladies
- Two Ladies Making Babies
Monthly Archives: February 2014
Thanks for all your feedback about my charting. This morning when I saw my temp it really sank in, I did ovulate (now no more peeing in a cup for opks for the month). I’m not sure why, but after … Continue reading
So I’ve been temping. I thought it had been going well (except for Puppy biting the thermometer and making the last digit a guess sometimes) then this happened: So it says I’ve ovulated? But my OPK test came back … Continue reading
So, I seem to be bad at updating. Here’s a list of updates. – I’m happy in my new job and doing well. – Despite having insurance in May, we’re pretty committed to June. – Still haven’t picked out a … Continue reading
This contains spoilers if you haven’t seen last week’s episode. If Ezra is just “writing a true-crime book” why was he giving Cece Drake money? I get that Cece knew Alison well, and he could be paying her for information, … Continue reading
I feel better about the blog-stuff today. I think I’m just going to post random stuff. Some TTC (I’m doing something I said I wouldn’t, and charting my temperature, but that’s mostly because I have time to kill and it … Continue reading
So I feel like I’m in limbo now. About 3 months out from starting to TTC. Latte isn’t interested in picking out the donor yet, and there’s really not much more for me to do, I’m already taking prenatal vitamins … Continue reading
So, it turns out that I love my new job. And the owner’s wife really loves babies. Like, she wanted to tell me all the places I’d have available to nurse, and talk about how wonderful the day care is. … Continue reading
Happy Cheap Chocolate Day! Latte and I have a history of bad Valentines Days, starting with our first Valentines Day, when I took her skiing. She felt self conscious about falling on her butt in front of an army of … Continue reading
So I have under two weeks of my pills left. My wife and I both agree that I should go off of them for the pregnancy (heart defect risk increase and well babies go through withdrawal after birth, and I’m … Continue reading