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: September 2014
7DPIUI. Still feeling off-and-on queasy (garlic soup helps a little). I really think it’s post-nasal drip related. Any cures that are safe? Preferably that are non-drowsy. Also anyone have the ability to fast-forward to next Monday? I’m probably going to … Continue reading
“And less pukey today. 🙂 ” was what I was going to write, then I took my dog on a run and was barely able to keep myself from puking on it. I was holding my head over a trash … Continue reading
I’m 5 dpiui. I just puked. My wife is grinning like crazy because “you’re not a puker” it’s the first time I’ve had a non-migraine puke in literally years (I think three years ago I had a you-drank-to-much puke after … Continue reading
So what I thought was uterine cramps was just bloat/upset stomach stuff I get. I figured it out when I put the heating pad on and it did crap. Heat is normally a champ at taming cramps. Not so much … Continue reading
So, I was up at 5:20 am this morning. I was also up at 2:00 am (I fell asleep at 10, but woke up and couldn’t fall back asleep at 1). Anyway, we got to the lab, Latte hopped out … Continue reading
Yesterday I got a blinking smiley face, and today I have this: The cheapie was very positive too. As soon as it’s after 8 am, I will call. Called and got them all the information. 🙂 We’re good to go! … Continue reading
So, apparently when UPS says a package will arrive between 3 and 7 pm, they mean it’ll show up at 1:24 pm, right when nobody’s expecting it and the lady at home (Latte) is in a shower and the roommate … Continue reading
Things are happening! Ginger Jesus’ spermsicle is in Minnesota. Thank you UPS for allowing my obsessive tracking needs to be met. Now if only I could know what time it will be delivered (Latte has a doctor’s appointment at 2:30 … Continue reading
So I’ve been doing this every day this week. By doing this, I mean, lying in my bed and listening to the Free Fertility Relaxation MP3. Well, technically I’ve been trying to. There’s just one small thing. I keep falling … Continue reading