Do I have the strength(or $) to continue

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Do I have the strength(or $) to continue
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Fri, 09-10-2010 - 7:29am

Well Im finally officially out:(

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Fri, 09-10-2010 - 10:10am

((((hugs))))



IF is most *definitely* a draining process.

 


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Fri, 09-10-2010 - 4:38pm
Hello Spencer and as usual, you're right. I should look into another bank. Because I only try for a few months every year, I would have to go and get the néw forms filled out by my dr REALLY fast ( I say as i probably embark on a super long cycle) but I could atleast call n see if they'll give me an appointment. We'll see. You're right I'm just drained., have been looking into adoption but there seems to be so much red tape and also seems that it may be out of reach financially right now as well since I've drained my savings doing it this way. I wonder why it is so expensive to adopt? It seems that since there are so many wonderful children in need of loving homes, that it would be easier for mid income and/or single women to adopt.. But I guess the govt would prefer to keep them in the foster system for a lifetime. :( oh well. Thanks again for the great advice!
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Fri, 09-10-2010 - 7:54pm
I'm sorry Cindy.

Isabel
Mom to Sebastian Robert after 3+ years of infertility

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Fri, 09-10-2010 - 10:26pm

If you ultimately decide to look at adoption, often times adopting from the Department of Children and Families (or whatever it's called in your state) is free or low-cost.

 


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Sat, 09-11-2010 - 11:56am
Actually I work for a school district and the summer is exactly why I have a specific ttc window every year! Maximizing maternity leave is a must.
I will look into what the department of children and families is in TX. Do u think they will adopt to a single mid-income woman? I don't know but it's worth a shot.
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Sun, 09-12-2010 - 12:16am

Every state is different, but I'd guess that a single woman would still be able to adopt.

 


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Sun, 09-12-2010 - 11:49am

IT is draining.

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