Sis and I couldn't see the heartbeat. We didn't voice our concerns out loud to each other, but finally Sis asked about it. The ultrasound tech asked "don't you see that baby moving around in there?" We didn't know if it was the baby moving, or her moving the wand. It's kinda hard to tell when you don't see those things everyday! The tech pointed out the heartbeat and our worries were put the rest. She held the wand steady so we could see all the movement. He/she was really doing some great baby dancing in there!
I had a brief pang of regret and sadness that my own baby hadn't made it long enough for me to see him moving around during one of my ultrasound appointments. I am so grateful that I got to hear the heartbeat, but it would be nice to have been able to see him wiggle around as well. Of course, it would have been even sweeter if I was still pregnant. I would have been 16 weeks today. How awesome would that have been to have our babies only a month apart? I envision what Christmas would have been like. I dream about how sweet it would have been to watch them grow up so close in age.
My saline infusion sonogram is scheduled for Wednesday. Dr. W wanted me to have it done just to make sure no polyps have developed or any other issue with my uterus. I didn't have to do it this cycle since I am not doing my FET until May, but she recommended it just in case there is something wrong. That way we could take care of any problems that much sooner rather than later.
I am just excited to feel like I am actually doing something. Assuming there is no problems, I will have this test done, then will be starting bcp's on my next cycle. It boggles my mind how far away May seems, but how quickly the FET process will start.
We have our first softball game this coming Tuesday. I basically have a whole new team on the field this year since we graduated 8 seniors last year - 7 of which were starters! It will be very interesting to see how it goes. I don't even know if anyone is at all interested in reading about my softball life, but besides infertility, softball really IS my life. It is what I have spent the majority of my time doing and thinking about for the past 20 years. Hopefully I won't bore anyone to tears whenever I write about it.
Hope everyone has a glorious weekend! We are expecting blue sky and sun tomorrow, with a big fat zero percent chance of rain! Hallelujah!!!