1. I'm really at a loss for words at all of the encouragement you are sending my way! Thank YOU to each and every one of you! I'm so grateful and lucky to have you in my life! I can't wait to continue this journey with all of my friends! 🙂

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  3. Were in a similar situation. Were about to have our first FET and our embryo is a 4AA. If that fails, well move on to our last two embryos and try with two. What were the grades of your embryos this time? So happy you got your beautiful babies! <3

  4. I'm so glad you decided to post this – it's not boring at all! I am preparing for my first FET with an adopted embryo, and this is exactly the kind of video I want to spend ALL of my time watching right now.

  5. Wishing you all the best and hope you will know soon you are pregnant and let the new normal begin!!!!♥️☮️

  6. So excited for you guys!!!! 🙂🙂🙂 Can’t wait!!! This was not a boring vlog. Thank you for sharing your life with us!!! I always look forward to your videos. Praying for you guys!! ❤️❤️

  7. So for the PIO, my Dr said if you're injecting it in the right spot that it really shouldn't hurt at all. Most people seem to inject in the buttocks, but its actually technically suppose to be like your very very lower back, to the side. If you were to draw a horizonal line in line with your butt crack, the shot should be above that line (not directly above your butt crack, but in the upper, outer quadrant, if that makes sense). I see so many people on youtube injecting in the actual butt and then saying how bad it hurts. So just make sure you're actually injecting in the right spot! Edit-heres a visual if that helps. You might be injecting in the right spot, but just in case 🙂 https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-acf42d9ed3a6c873bc62fc0c66748193-c

  8. Wishing you the very best! And I have to say that when I saw the clip of Mike brushing Avery's hair, my heart just melted. You have a beautiful family and I am praying that you have a precious new addition soon!

  9. Praying for you! My son (15 months) is an IVF/FET baby. My doctor told us not to wear perfume or lotion.

  10. My husband and I tried for years, lots of tears along the journey. We adopted and then we finally tried IVF when our son was 1 year old, then got pregnant with triplets! Sending blessings your way as you move forward on your journey. Btw my kids are 10 and 9 now! Life goes by so fast. Take care.

  11. I think it's SO awesome that I found your videos for fun tips and tricks for cleaning, but I still get to see glimpses of your life and family. I was told there was a high probability that I have POS due to symptoms and lab work a couple months ago. Your videos and honesty keeps me hopeful for the future. Thank you for sharing you journey with us. Many MANY prayers for you!

  12. I watched this video the day you posted in but was so busy with life I couldn't comment on it, I wanted to tell you this is my all time favorite video you've made!! It was just like natural you and so loving. and not boring at all I think you should do more videos like this.

  13. What a beautiful family! So good of you to share this and the vlog was great to watch, not too long at all. Sending love and positive vibes your way for a successful result, you truly deserve it! ❤️

  14. I had to do the progesterone in oil injections every week from week 16 thru 36 of my 2nd pregnancy to prevent premature labor. My husband is a trauma nurse and a total pro at giving injections but they are just horrible, they never got easier. My backside was such a mess by 36 weeks. Worth it for sure but absolutely not easy.

  15. I’ve been getting a monthly injection for something else for over a year and it definitely has gotten easier. It doesn’t hurt me nearly as much as the first few times but that’s also every four weeks and not as often.

  16. I have no experience in those shots but I give myself 2 injections every week. One of them was that long of a needle. That one was harder. The other one hurts so bad but I push it in really slow and it helps. Warming it up under your arm helps a lot to me

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