My dad set me up with an USB something that allows me to have the internet all the time. Excited, I try to log in and then Blogger tries to pretend it has never heard of me. Nice try, but I haven't been gone that long. Okay, maybe I have.
I don't know where to start. Hmmm . . .well, the Monster Baby is almost 5 months old now. She's sleeping in her crib and eating cereal, fruits and vegetables. She loves her food. There is a constant low growl coming from her mouth the whole time she is eating because no one is capable of shoveling it in fast enough. She has outgrown a portion of her 3-6 month clothes already. I'm slightly disappointed because they were supposed to last until March and clothes are expensive and I'm not ready to move her to 6-9 month clothes yet. We should be okay for a little while longer though. The outfits themselves still fit. Onsie brand onsies are too small and her very large feet are to big for the footed pajamas though. And we already picked up 6 month socks and shoes.
I went for my yearly Gyn visit yesterday. Had the always fun pap smear and a long discussion about what's wrong with me. The plan had been to start trying this coming month after seeing the doctor and getting my new prescriptions. That would have worked out fine except my period has disappeared. I'm not pregnant. I've tested the hell out of my pee. I'm just almost 2 weeks late. Which means no trying for us. First I have to get my period. Then the doctor wants me to track it for two cycles to make sure this lateness was a fluke and not a sign of something else. If I can have two normal cycles, I get the all clear and the drugs. If not, then the doctor wants to see me in Juneish to figure out what I want to do next. Argh. So we are supposed to use condoms until told otherwise and call her immediately if I have any pregnancy symptoms at all. At least we are all in agreement that getting pregnant now would be very bad. It's about time my doctors acknowledged that I need drugs to sustain a pregnancy and that without drugs my pregnancies end in miscarriage.