Thursday, March 11, 2010

Baby Dust

Still not feeling very enthusiastic about this cycle. Meaning: I'd like to get pregnant. I'd really, really like that. (And don't get me started about the little voice in my head pointing out that this would be the cycle that would continue what my birthday-mate aunt calls the family tradition of first children born in late November/early December. Quite a number of us within only a few days, it's true.) But I feel like it doesn't matter if I'm hopeful or not -- my endometriomas are just too fucking big.

And we're out of stored sperm now, so we'll have to scrape up money again. (Thanks, body, for slowing things down enough that we JUST crossed the line into having to pay for a second six month's storage at the Baby Factory. Nice work.) And the sperm bank raised their prices. Yippee.

So, yeah. I'm not drinking or anything, but I wouldn't say I feel terribly PUPO, as it were. Nonetheless, I made a nice little baby dust* blingee for a board friend last night, and I thought y'all might like it, too. The pink background -- attentive readers will recognize the Sparkle Menace -- makes the dust itself a bit hard to see, but yes, it is meant to be emanating from the...hindquarters.

unicorn baby dust

I've got a baby-dance one, too, but it still needs a little work. Something to look forward to.

*a phrase that makes me think of ashes. Nice, huh?


  1. Love the baby dust bling...too funny. I'm still hoping this is the cycle for you!

  2. I'm not sure if you were around when I wrote this last year (my gawd, has it been a year???):

    Rainbow fartin' unicorns rock.

    I'll keep hope alive for you. *holds up fist*

  3. I hope your unicorn makes one spectacular fart this round...

  4. I so love you for the babydust farting unicorn, I really, really do.

    And I'm hoping for you.

  5. Now, off to see about rainbow farting unicorns. I never knew they existed, but it makes a lot of sense that they do!