Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Happy New Year!

May 2011 bring you all your heart's desire.

What do you mean I'm a bit previous? The second week in April means only one thing for those of us trying to get pregnant:

If you aren't up the duff by now, and don't manage to get knocked up in the next week, then (barring premature babies) you can forget a 2010 baby.

Or, to put a more positive spin on it. If you want your babies birthdate to be the unforgettable 1/1/11 then get humping, this week is the week.

I know, depressing isn't it? So ... um ... have a good evening.

Sorry.



18 comments:

  1. Yeah..... I've already missed the boat. But on a more positive note, bunnies are a lot cuter & adorable than tigers (Chinese Zodiac signs)!

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  2. Sigh. That is depressing.

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  3. Ah, yes. How sad is it that I've actually had the thought "well, if I got pregnant this cycle, the kid could still be born in 2010 and would *technically* be to term."

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  4. Sigh. 'Tis true, Liz. Here's to ringing in a 2011 in which both of us are booze-free because we're totally preggers. ;)

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  5. yea. no 2010 baby for me. And the new year started off looking so promising for me, pregnant and sipping sparkling grape juice. Depressing.

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  6. No wonder I've been depressed all day.

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  7. Wow. This didn't occur to me until I read your post. Ugggh. IF sucks.

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  8. That is rather depressing. I'm pretty sure at this point I'm looking at 2012 at least. Oh goody.

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  9. Another year bites the dust. Though, I think there are a few weeks left for a tiger. (And if there aren't, please don't anybody tell me).

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  10. Those dates just keep passing by. I remember thinking how cool it would be to have a 07/07/07 baby... My little cousin got married on that day, and wouldn't you know it - she's knocked up now. Right on track with the married a few years followed by baby. Novel concept. (-;

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  11. "May 2011 bring you all your heart's desire."
    Amen to that!

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  12. I have been so pissed about this. Im glad Im not the only one. The only plus I have come up with, is that for 2010 tax returns I can write off all my infertility treatments, and for 2011 we will have our own lil built in tax credits keeping us up all night!

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  13. That is depressing! The years keep creeping by...

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  14. I'd just be so thrilled to get past a first trimester; THAT's the deadline in my sights. If I can just get THERE before 2010 is out, I'd be thrilled beyond measure! Although I admit 2010 is a nice round year for a birthday. Makes remembering how old you are easy... Well, too bad for our kids, they're just going to have to develop some math skills, is all.

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  15. Thanks for that, Womb. I am going for 2011, sounds better than 2010 anyway.

    I chickened out of mailing both my friends and am grinning and bearing the trip to "Wales" and the announcement of friend's pregnancy. Will report on my "Wails" of agony, next week.

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  16. Damn. I hadn't thought of that. Oh, well, I never liked the year 2010 anyway. Year of the Tiger. Bah. Rabbits (2011) infinitely preferable, I was born in the year of the Rabbit, I should know.

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  17. Funny how a year can go down the toilet in 4 months, huh? That sucks.

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  18. That is depressing. Hadn't thought about it that way, but at the rate I'm going, I'll take a birth day this decade...

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