Hey There! I’ve been lurking, quite a bit. You and H’s story is absolutely amazing. So thrilled for complete strangers? Yep – that’s me.
My partner and I are in the beginnings of…hmm…maybe, baby? We live in Fairbanks, Alaska…so not so many services around here – but then again, we never looked.
Thank you, thank you thank you for your blog. It’s been SO fun and so incredible to read. The fact that you put your fambly’s stuff out there – i believe, is doing wonders for those who are “just thinkin’ about it.”
So – question though…what exactly is a ”coach”? I was trying to piece my understanding of that together…but… not super successful.
I’ve read for quite some time now, but I’ve probably never commented. Leaving my two-cents about other people’s lives is something I’m still trying to get comfortable with. I do enjoy reading your blog and watching your sweet daughter grow.
I’m a lurka too…I lurk and feed on any and all lesbian baby blogs that I can find! Haha! I’m in my first TWW and kind of losing my mind–so reading other’s stories (especially such successful ones like yours) is calming! 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
I’ve been a lurker for a long time too, not just the past couple days. I found your blog when I was pregnant and looking for blogs by other people who were due around the same time that I was. My son was born on June 30, so he’s pretty close in age to Jude.
Your blog showed up in my Google recommended feeds, and I took a look at it and loved it!
As a college student (baby-obsessed and LGBT ally [No on Prop 8 for any Californians out there]), I spend a lot of time reading the interwebs instead of, you know, homework, so Google recommended gives me a lot of “two moms” blogs in my recommended stream. Yours is a great one!
We found you shortly before we got pregnant in May and were hooked. Not super new, but a faithful reader. You have a great blog. Relatable, down to earth and little J is the cutest ever! We’re hoping to make the blogroll someday 🙂
I’m assuming you know I read your blog, but maybe I’m wrong. I’m wrong a lot. 🙂 I’m thankful you’ve opened up for us a little window into your world. It has stretched and filled my heart with a lot of new love. That’s a precious gift to have been given. Thank you.
hey– it’s nice to officially meet you via a comment! being a lurker and non-commenter makes me feel a bit like a stalker… anyway, love your wordsmithing blog and gorgeous photos. i found you via “two girls and a boy” a few months ago. i’m from portland, happily grappling with the dynamics of having a coach of our own…
Hey Ohchicken – just found your blog a few weeks ago, as we’ve just started ttc, and I found myself absolutely desperate to hear stories about this whole process working in the end.
I live in Sydney, Australia, with my partner and her 3 teenage daughters (oh yay – 5 sets of hormones! you can just imagine…) and after a long process of finding a lovely donor & going through all the tests / counselling etc, we’ve just started doing insems the last few months.
Love your blog – and little j is just beautiful. So glad to hear stories like yours (and you tell it very well).
Hey! I’m just catching up on my reading. I’ve been lurking for ages. My partner and I have been on the ttc roller coaster for a while and you and the other ladies give me hope that this can/will work out for us too. I love that you post so many photos and your writing voice makes for a great read. Found you via One Of His Mothers. I just started blogging (enney meeney minney mommy) at http://www.poppycat.wordpress.com
I’ve been lurking for quite a while, usually jumping here from Mrs. Bluemont’s. My IP address probably typically shows me coming from Anchorage , ’cause I surf from work. Crazily enough, I’m actually in Fairbanks.
Thanks for putting the great content out there to follow! 🙂
Britt, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to talk about the resources available in town. We’ve been trying IUIs with a local ob/gyn. No luck yet, but here’s to hoping.