Every woman in my department is pregnant. EVERY ONE OF THEM ;)
AND the closer in physical proximity they are to me the more likely it is they will have a boy. A couple of years ago EVERYONE had son's but now there are some baby girls, but only if the woman's desk is at least 30 feet away from my desk.
I'm very happy today and these thoughts are making me laugh at myself. It all started when one of my students said his wife was having a baby this summer. They have a toddler son who is adopted and conceiving a child was not something they expected. It's now a story that their friends of friends will use as encouragement to infertile couples - "Just adopt, then you will get pregnant!". Anyway, I gave him a high five.
My situational infertility is coming to an end and it is helping with situations like this. Thoughts of "that will never be me. I will never have a baby" are being replaced with "that may happen to me soon".
According to my fertility charting, I did not ovulate this month. Which is worrisome, even though I know I should be more strict on getting basal body temperatures at the same time each day and this is the first cycle since stopping hormonal contraception. The first 10 days or so were just like the examples said they should be but temperatures and cervical fluids have been all over the chart since then ;)
My temperatures were taken before getting out of bed but are they useless because they were taken at different times of the morning?