November 10, 2010

Cross hairs and Hope

FertilityFriend.com says that I may have ovulated on day 16 of my cycle - this past Saturday.  Our speech and debate tournament day. The day I was running around like a chicken with my head cut off most of the day.  *cue silly laugh*

See chart HERE

FertilityFriend says I have a low chance of being pregnant this cycle.  Probably because we were only together once this month, and it was 2 to 3 days (depending on when the egg popped out) before I ovulated -

if I ovulated.  My dips aren't really low... should they be lower?  I dunno.

But a low chance at a pregnancy is a chance. And if my God is involved, it's a high chance ;-)

A friend shared this verse with me... 2 Corinthians 13:1 "Every matter must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses."

She's using this verse to confirm that they shouldn't be trying so hard to get pregnant right now - because of a few random instances where people have come up to her and expressed how they believe it just isn't their time yet to conceive.

Well, I can say I've had two random instances where people have told me, "I believe you'll be pregnant."  First, my daughter - if you've not read that post read it HERE, and yesterday, a student!  A girl in my public speaking class - the only group that knows about my miscarriage (I can share that August story later) - she came up to me and said, "You pregnant yet?"  You have to know  her to appreciate how she said that - all southern like.  Anyway, I replied, shocked she had asked out of the blue, "No, not yet."  She says, "I feel your going to get pregnant before the year is out!"  All I could do was reply... "Um.. I hope you're right."

I think I've said this before, I don't believe in coincidence, but I do believe in God and His word.  So this morning as I prayed, the verse that my co-worker shared with me about all matters being established by two or three witnesses popped into my head. 

I have hope this month!  Hope.... hummm... I really like that name ;-)

2 comments:

  1. You are still in it girl. With Morgan, we BD on Saturday and I ovulated Tuesday or Wednesday when Brandon was out of town. Hope might be a good name, girl sperms live longer :)

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  2. It's amazing what God can do:) I like the name Hope too! Especially if this month happens to be the month...will definitely keep reading for updates.

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