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You, TTC, and Your Partner

Your Trying to Conceive partner is, of course, there physically. Is he also emotionally supportive, especially if you get a BFN when you hoped this would be the month? Is he open to on-going TTC related talk when you want/need it?

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Posted by: beckadea on Mar 5, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

About conceiving!

Yes, my DH is so totally, for everything, we are hoping it will happen this month, but if not we are going to keep trying.. We talk about it all the time!!I am thankful I have this relationship with him and that I can openly talk about it with him!! I love my Hubby!!

Overall Relate Rating: 3 Ratings

Posted by: ancole on Mar 3, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

So Glad my Husband is Supportive and Wants to TTC!

Thank God my husband is wanting a baby just as bad as I do. So I don't have a problem. He is so supportive of getting pregnant... He is actually very excited to be TTC. We recently lost our first baby during birth so we both are ready to have a baby. But he is there no matter what. He is disappointed when my BFN comes when we have been trying but he is always there for me if I need to cry...which I do.

Overall Relate Rating: 3 Ratings

Posted by: mommaof3 on Feb 15, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

Time is not on my side

I have been (Sort of) TTC for about 5 months now. My husband is still on the supportive seesaw of to have a baby now or to have one later on. It is starting to drive me crazy.We have three children from pregs that just happened they are ages 11,9 and 6 all boys. We have both agreed that we want one more and that it would be nice if it was a girl. But he seems to think time is on our side.The children are growing up so fast and right now it really is like starting over. All the baby things have long been gone.We have not been on BC for a year other then the withdrawl method.(His choice) I didn't think this method would work, we are doing it so wrong.I should have been preg by now.

Overall Relate Rating: 1 Ratings

Posted by: bethvic on Feb 11, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

TTC and my supportive Husband!!

My husband is very supportive. He is there in every aspect,he helps me remember to track everything and always asks how I am feeling. He reads articles that I am interested in an we help each other understand it. He has learned just as much as I have and I love him more than anything!!

Overall Relate Rating: 0 Ratings

Posted by: rablamb on Feb 10, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

wait until you're "financially stable" & it'll never happen.

Unfortunately, I do not have any advice to give; I'm in the same position! My husband and I have been married nearly 10 months (together nearly SIX years); we both have great-paying jobs, as well. I'm an LPN, but working on my RN, and he is adamant about waiting until I'm completely finished with school & take boards for licensure (I've got about a year until finished) before we even start TTC!!!!!
SO, I just don't talk about it anymore! I know it seems sneaky and COMPLETELY wrong to do, but he doesn't keep up with my periods & he definitely doesn't know when I'm ovulating... Seriously??... What man gives of sex when it's offered?!?! We don't have as much sex as a couple should when TTC because I work long hours during the day, and he works nights 3-4 times a week, so sometimes we actually meet at the door on our ways to/from work. So I try (very hard) to not see it as "tricking" him!
Good luck to you, though... just remember, if you wait until you're "financially stable", it'll never happen, but you can always be sneaky. :)
Don't necessarily "try"... just don't "prevent"!

Overall Relate Rating: 4 Ratings

Posted by: Dewdrop75 on Feb 8, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

Husband gives thumbs down on whole ttc thing

My husband doesn't really get into the whole ttc thing. He thinks I get too obsessed about it. Lately I have really not been ttc so much, but just not preventing either. He probably is right though I was getting way too obsessed.

Overall Relate Rating: 2 Ratings

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