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Saturday, 28 October 2006


so glad you had a good time and learnt plenty, can't wait to hear the details good and bad.

How interesting. Can't wait to hear more.

Ugh, I also hate those BOB stick-on things - why not just put 'I'm a moron'?

Oh Millie, I'm so glad to hear it went well! I can't wait to hear more details, it sounds very, very interesting!

I can't agree with you more on the whole "BOB" signs, and pregnant women at IF conferences (or even IF clinics, for that matter). Ugh!!!

Anyway, look forward to hearing more about it all! :)


I don't think I've ever seen you type about domestic adoption with so much enthusiasm before, that's great! I'm looking forward to hearing all about it.

Perhaps they need to install body scanners at Resolve conferences. Anyone with a baby on board is denied entry...

I loved "The Kid" by Dan Savage. Loved it! Loved how they did the adoption and loved how it turned out. Glad that you're enjoying the conference.

Heh, we had parents of donor gamete babies at our Resolve conference. Only problem was that they all brought their babies with them! Umm yeah, only thing worse than preggos at the Resolve conference is infertiles who forgot they were infertile cuddling their babies in front of you.

Tell us more Millie!

i cannot believe there was a pregnant woman there. just can't believe it.

good to hear it was a good day.

I'm going to say that the "baby on board" signs are just so cheesy that no one should have them on their cars. But yeah, way to pour salt on that wound, people. blech.
Glad the rest of the conference went so well.

Funny, I get some much more excited to reading your plea for a quickie than I do my husband's...

I'm so excited that you're excited about options Millie. I can't wait to hear more.

When you're done yoodling, I think you should write a book on infertile etiquette (I can't spell).

Happy to hear the conference was a success for you. Domestic adoption . . . I am thrilled to hear you are interested in that direction.

We just got home from our ICPC wait with our new daughter. I would be happy to answer any questions you have about the process -- although I am not an expert, I have happily lived through an emergency placement and would be glad to share my specific experience.

Smiling here for you Millie.

I'm totally with you on the preggers at IF conferences. What's up with that? Poor woman. She was either totally clueless or incredibly uncomfortable.

Congratulations on the nuptials! You've now officially joined the minority of people. But, hey, being in the minority is the new cool.

Ok, I bet she thought she was bringing hope, but christ, any bitter beat down infertile should know that an IF conference is no place for a pregnant woman.

Sounds like a good day. Can't wait to heaer more details.

Can't wait to hear more, more, more! :-)

Why should the pregnant woman put her life, and possibly career, on hold ? Because you're "sensitive"? For potential / eager parents , you lot sure are selfish.

Silly silly - Please don't assume gay folks don't have infertility. In my case I acan attest to many years of painful struggle to have a baby - and no luck due to INFERTILITY! I would have to assume the gay people at the conference were infertile or why the F would they haul ass to the conference???

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