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
Tag Archives: wife
Since my last post, a few things were up in the air. I had contacted my doctor, we were considering a new donor. Here’s how everything shook out: My doctor replied with a mildly paternalistic tone, which pissed me off … Continue reading
I have 58 days to go until I’m officially trying again (cycle-willing). So, because I’m sitting around here with nothing to do, I’ve decided hypochondria is a great pass-time. My wife is a saint. In other, happier news, I finished … Continue reading
🙂 Jenn inspired me to write up a little thing about how Latte and I ended up together. Basically once upon a time there was a girl with uber-Catholic parents. She really wanted to make them happy so she dated … Continue reading
So I have no idea if it was the green tea and vitamin C or the hauling top soil but my period came finally last night. In other news I decided to try a soft cup and kind of love … Continue reading
So I’ve been testing twice a day this month. Yesterday was very negative, I was starting to worry if I was actually going to ovulate this cycle. This morning I was greeted by the most positive OPK ever (like the … Continue reading
These are a big of random updates: 1.) Latte found the blog, I just want to say that I really don’t post enough about how wonderful she is. This blog is mostly “things I don’t have someone to talk about … Continue reading
Friday we got to talking and Latte began to read Confessions of the Other Mother, as she was starting to feel a bit anxious about possibly being a non-gestational parent, she felt she got out of it what she wanted … Continue reading
So local hospital chain, which is where I went to get Dr to sign off for cryobank, sent me an invitation to their new birth center. So Latte and I cooed over baby feet pictures. Latte now refers to that … Continue reading
Since this is trendy, I’m doing it! 1.) I was almost born at 4-5 months. My mom went into preterm labor and ended up in the hospital. They were going to transfer her to a hospital that had a good … Continue reading