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Bye Bye Pill!

That's it.... they are ALL GONE! I am officially OFF THE PILL!

So now what.......?

Fertility Friend thinks that I should be due on today or maybe tomorrow. But there's no sign of my Aunt Flo just yet. Although I have been grumpy, moody, and a tad forgetful he last day or two so maybe it is on it's way. And if I'm honest I wish it would hurry up and come! Then I can start a lovely new FF chart and track everything without the confusion of the pill.

I can't believe the last 3 months have passed by so quickly. So much has happened! Jack has only 1 week left at school before the Summer Holidays, Tom has become fully toilet trained in the day time, and even baby George has graduated up to Toddler and is walking with real confidence (although he is still breastfeeding at bedtime). All these milestones showing me how my children are growing up is making me more aware that I have a baby shaped void in my life that needs to be filled! Just one more time! (Just once more....)

It's fab that the whole family is on board with the idea too. I often catch hubby chatting to the kids about when Mummy get a new baby in her tummy, and would they like a brother or a sister this time, what should they buy the baby, do they remember what they got as presents when their younger brothers were born... All of that kind of stuff. It makes me smile right through to my heart. Jack & Tom are excited about it already and I'm not even pregnant yet! It's still all going over Georgie's head but I'm hopeful that he will pick up on his brothers' excitement and see from them that there is no reason to be envious of a new baby. It's not been a problem we've ever had, but never say never, it could happen.

So I'm playing the waiting game for now. I supposed I'd better get use to it. I don't know how many Two Week Wait's I'm going to have to get through before I get my BFP pregnancy test, but at least then I'll have the "fun" of symptom spotting.

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