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Louisac93 Sun 31-May-20 22:05:58

Hi girls
I don’t even know what I’m looking for in the post I just feel so alone
My husband has been ready for a baby for over a year and two months ago I decided I was also ready so we decided to stop contraception and actively try
We talk about having a baby often and my husband is really excited to have a family etc

We DTD last night and this morning expecting ovulation Tuesday time

I did a clesr blue tonight and got a smiley face so I was over the moon so bedtime comes and my husband says he’s too tired and falls asleep leaving me now lay here questioning everything

I know I sound crazy but I just feel alone in this, wish I could just relax and wait for it to happen but I have a job in which I need to plan for the future etc

Anyone been in the same boat xxxx

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LouiseTrees Sun 31-May-20 22:10:36

You are only two months in to your journey. I’m also guessing based on the username that you are 27 so still quite young. Did you explain this was your fertile window? Could you try to get some interest together in the morning from him and DTD then?

eilvyre Sun 31-May-20 22:27:22

I was also going to suggest TTC in the morning? I appreciate how frustrating it is though when you have your mind set on something. Lots of luck to you x

2020mission Sun 31-May-20 23:02:14

Hi, I appreciate you are frustrated at your husband for deciding to go to sleep when you wanted to do the deed but you said you had sex this morning so I don’t think it should be an issue skipping tonight since you have done it today. Try and keep positive and hopefully you can have another go tomorrow and/or Tuesday. It’s hard but it’s best not to get upset with each other and make the process a big chore. You’ll get there.

Nat4392 Mon 01-Jun-20 07:15:43

Totally been there!
My advice is try not to force so much BD as it can really become a chore. Have sex because you both want to, not because you need to. I’m on cycle 10 of trying now and I’ve been silently crying in bed on occasion because DH hasn’t wanted to DTD when I was ovulating and I felt like we were missing an opportunity.
If you’ve done it a couple of times in your FW, that can be enough, I really sympathise because I totally understand how you feel but try not to worry if you miss the odd night x

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