Am I insane?

(5 Posts)
Rennster Fri 20-May-16 13:49:01

Hi - long time lurker (TTC 3 yrs+) but first time poster...
I will be 40 in 6 months time and all I want before that happens is to be pregnant and to buy a house. I' d be happy with just the first one - who wants to move house while pregnant?
Yesterday it became clear that my 6th ICSI cycle has failed. No frozens from any of these cycles - they all die. One positive home test in all these cycles - lasted 5 days.
I have found my ideal house - right amount of space, needs no work, under budget. It's right next door to a primary school. Would I be completely insane to look at it tomorrow?

ohnonotanother1 Sun 29-May-16 22:46:22

You'd be insane not to. Good luck!

tincent Sun 29-May-16 22:56:55

Doooo it doo it! Good luck!

Haggisfish Sun 29-May-16 23:01:49

No you would not be insane. But, would it still be the ideal house if none of your cycles worked? Sorry, don't mean to sound horribly harsh but I couldn't have lived next door to a primary if, for whatever reason, I had been unable to have children.

Rennster Mon 30-May-16 11:35:33

Thanks for the replies - I was feeling even lonelier than usual for a bit there.....!
I didn't go and look but I'll keep an eye on it. I won't do anything proactive like request a viewing, but I'll go along if they hold another open inspection.
Haggisfish, you're not harsh at all. 6 cycles in, we're pretty much resigned to it not working. We'll have another few goes, but we have zero hope.
From google maps it looks like it's close to the staff car park (pick up and drop off is in a completely different area) and there is a row of buildings between the garden and any play areas. So maybe the noise wouldn't be so bad...
I work full time (well why wouldn't I, being barren and all that?) leave at 7.30 and back at 6, so I might not even notice it. And obviously if we have no success, we'd be off having amazing holidays all the time anyway rather than holidaying at home.
I'm not really sure we can really afford it yet anyway, seeing as we're spending all our cash on massively unsuccessful invasive medical procedures...

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