Just got back from seeing Les Miserables...I thought is was very well done. Definitely go see it! Only cried once, which I thought was impressive considering the amount of sadness in that movie! Bring tissue if you go!
In other news, my aunt announced my pregnancy on Facebook today. Yes, you read that right, MY AUNT. She basically wrote this long status about how she was so happy for her niece and husband (writing our names) who are expecting twins at the end of June! She also went into detail about how I have been having some complications and how everyone in the family is so excited for when the babies arrive. UGH! I was likely NEVER going to put anything on Facebook because, having lived through years of pregnancy announcements and sonogram profile pictures, I never wanted to cause anyone else to feel the pain that I felt. Luckily my mom and my uncle saw the status this morning and freaked out...beginning a bit of a telephone family meeting among the uncles/aunts (we have a large family) about what should be done. Finally my uncle called the offending aunt and told her to take the status down. As one of my other aunts said "I don't want her announcing OUR kid's pregnancies on Facebook! She has to learn!" I panicked when I saw the status at first but then figured "what's done is done"...I wasn't ready to start a battle but I'm glad my mom and uncle took it upon themselves to fight for me! How entirely inappropriate. She is famous for not thinking before she speaks and Facebook makes it worse! I have no idea who saw the status (hopefully mostly just family members who already knew) but at least one person (friend of my aunt's who I've met once) sent me a private message congratulating me. Sheesh! At least she hadn't "tagged" me in the status, otherwise everyone I am friends with on Facebook would now know. I definitely am not ready for that! Stupid Facebook. OK, I'll stop ranting now.
I can't believe that tomorrow is the last day of 2012. Crazy. My brother and sister-in-law are going to come over for the evening and we are just going to have a very low-key New Years. If it was up to T we would do nothing and just go to bed early (he doesn't see the point of New Years!) but I convinced him that having J and N over would be fun. Crazy to think back to one year ago. At that point we had seen the RE but the only plan was to get my septum surgery done. They figured that would solve our fertility problems since every other test on both of us had come back normal. I was so certain that after that surgery on January 25th, I would be pregnant in no time. Little did I know that at the end of 2012 I would have been through 3 IUIs and an IVF and end the year pregnant with twins. Wow, how things can change in a year.
Well, from our house to yours, I wish you all a very HAPPY and FERTILE 2013!