The last couple of week were definitely a blur. Time really did fly by…
Disney World was amazing! There weren’t a lot of rides and my feet were killing me every night, but otherwise, it was a great experience. Baby Girl had fun, that I know. We definitely trekked through all four parks making sure to meet up with the princesses and other Disney characters for pictures & autographs. We also caught most of the parades, which were great, and enjoyed all the food, which was surprisingly not as overpriced as I thought it would be.
I tried to take as many pictures and filmed as much video footage as I could, which means I wasn’t in most of it, but it’s all good because it’s more important to capture Baby Girl and all the memories for her. I created plenty of memories in my mind and I was just happy to be spending quality time with the two most important people in my life.
Hubbi & I have been good. We are still trying to conceive, but I’m taking things in stride. I’m trying really hard not to plan anything out and just have fun with my Hubbi. I really want this baby to be created through love and want rather than planning and stress. Also, since I’m not in my home state so my health insurance doesn’t cover me, it’s not like I can go see an OB/GYN to check my fertility status. The thought is quite upsetting, but that just means I need to leave it up to fate and then if it doesn’t work out, which I’m really hoping it will work out, I’ll just see a specialist when I get home in August. Sigh, the thought of waiting that long to get a handle on this situation is driving me crazy!
Anyways, I passed all my classes, which is a great relief. That means that my formal years of classes and studying is over and I’m on the fast track down my medical career. Right now I’m studying for my comprehensive exam which I’ll take on the 20th. Afterward, it’s just hospital visits, group sessions, and presentations for this semester. Then a long bout of studying for my BIGGEST and most important exam of my life, the USMLE Step 1 exam. Just mentioning the exam is quite daunting and I’m not looking forward to it, but it’s inevitable. Many people think I’m crazy for trying to have a baby while all this, and more, is going on in my life, but I say they’re crazy if they think I would wait any longer. Only other TTC’ers would know the underlying need and want of having that child that I’m feeling right now. Baby #2 is always on my mind and it will be my mission until the day that stick shows two lines!
Well, like I said, Hubbi & I are trying, but still having fun at the same time. We do have issues that we’re supposed to be working on now, but for some reason, when we’re together, I forget all about those issues I just enjoy his company. Can’t help but love the guy!