Sunday, November 30, 2008

Step 2


So I have no clue how to get rid of the underline.  Blogger is weird today.  Bear with me.
O.K. so I am officially a trooper when it comes to giving myself injections.  I've done two days of stims now so I've added follistim and menopur shots to my daily regimen.  My lupron dose is cut in half from what it was in the beginning and the headaches seem to have disappeared for now.  And I finished fertility sock number one.  
Looks comfy right.  Don't you wish you had one?  Socks made by hand that custom fit your own feet are awesome.  I love it.  So I started number 2.  But I've only just finished the ribbing part.  I may start working on the heel today but I'm planning on doing my Christmas cards and decorating.  So I don't think I'll have time to get to that.  But it would be awesome if I could have a pair of socks to wear at my transfer.  That is the goal.  We'll see if I can get there.

7 comments:

militarywifealways said...

Ohhh, it looks so comfy wish I knew how to do that, so jealous:0)

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Clio said...

I love the socks! oh I wish I could make some. I knit but I'm no good with circular needles...
I have some long stipey socks (very witchy) in white and purple that I plan to wear for my ER and transfer. ;)
good to hear that your headaches are finally over.

Michelle said...

They look great. I do not have that kind of talent.

April said...

catching up after t-day. looks like your cycle is progressing as well as your sockes. :)

(my acupuncture also had the back needles with the "electricity"--i have not heard of anyone else having this until you!)

alicia said...

yay those look awesome! I hope you can finish the other one in time :)

TTC a lil F said...

Wow you are crafy! You should sell them to girls to wear to their treatments too. Socks made with love and hope. Yay! I have been looking for a good luck charm.
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.