May 17, 2009
And now that even more time has passed, and we're looking at pain and money coming into the equation, I feel even less motivation. My husband says it's his job to force the issue and make it happen, because I keep changing my mind. He says doing IVF is my own personal deployment of sorts: no one truly wants to deploy, but they do it because it's the right thing to do and it's part of who they are and their value system.
This morning I found a video via Up North Mommy that stopped my waffling.
It reminded me of a major reason why I wanted to procreate in the first place: to create more humans with my value system. To make more Americans. I don't know how it sounds when I say things like that, but I mean it from the depth of everything I believe in. I'm not just being xenophobic or anti-Muslim; it's the loss of my own culture that motivates me. I'd like for there to be more people in this world like my husband and me, more people for my tribe, more people for our gulch.
And I'm now ready to spend $12,000 to make it happen.
Posted by: Leofwende at May 17, 2009 10:21 AM (28CBm)
Sarah's Uterus Reutilization Fund (SURF)
Sarah and Russ' IVF Fund (SARIF)
Walter's Reproductoin Is Starting Today (WRIST)
Sarah's Big Belly Fund (SBBF)
Sarah and Russ, IVF Now! (SARIN!)
Please Help, Let's Everyone Give Her Maternity (PHLEGHM)
Knocked Up For Our Life As We Know It (KUFOLAWKI)
Put A Bun In Sarah's Oven (PABISO)
Grokking Embryos Today So Our Mother Emerges (GETSOME)
Motherhood Is Life's Flowering, And Sarah's Time Is Come! (MILFTASTIC!)
Just some ideas...
Posted by: Chuck at May 17, 2009 05:17 PM (meX2d)
I'm sorry to do this in a post comment, but I'm looking for a working email address for Neil Prakash. I read all of hsi Armorgeddon Blog and I understand he's been promoted, isn't blogging any longer.
I just want to send him some "fanmail" and I can't, for the life of me, find an up-to-date email address for him.
Sorry to be "that guy".
Posted by: Tyler M at May 17, 2009 10:38 PM (QqVLv)
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Posted by: Ruth H at May 18, 2009 11:26 AM (4u82p)
you made an excellent point! I was talking with my husband about this thing the other night and he said to just be prepared for when the boys go thru some sort of rebellion stage and instead of peircing something and wearing all black they end up turning ... dare I say it... liberal.
Really. I'm totally not ready for that. And dread the day.
Good luck with your next move making future yous (and your husband)
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Posted by: Lane at May 18, 2009 09:24 PM (W+Nqs)
For some it just takes a pack of Camels from the local Speedway, peach schnapps and a prom night. For some of us it just takes a biiiiiit more. Plus, you can just have he/she/them work it off by walking Charlie a bunch.
Posted by: BigD78 at May 18, 2009 09:32 PM (g3z97)
I normally don't comment, but I just wanted to offer you some encouragement. A woman very close to my heart did IVF as that is the only way she could have children. She now has 3 beautiful daughters. She doesn't even think about the price tag anymore, and if she could do it again, she would. She did it twice. I won't say it wasn't a hellava roller coaster for her, but she doesn't regret it for one second.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Tressa at May 18, 2009 11:00 PM (yY6P+)
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