Last week your sweet husband innocently said to you: “Honey (except he doesn’t really call you honey but you wish he did), let’s book a vacation in February.”
Your first thoughts were: How can we book a vacation that far in advance?! I know it’s six months from now but what if we’re in the middle of fertility treatments? Don’t we have to save money anyways? What if I’m pregnant by then? I probably won’t want to fly during first trimester.
What you actually say to him: “That sounds nice, dear (except you don’t usually call him dear. You aren’t 70 years old). Let’s just book it closer to the time.”
It’s best to keep those infertile thoughts to yourself. It will save you the following argument:
Him: “I’m tired of having my life revolve around fertility treatments! Can’t we just book a vacation for once!!!”
You: (tears) “You don’t understand! Everyone has a baby but us” (storm upstairs to the bedroom. Slam door).
Fertility Tip: If you are having some crazy infertile thoughts, it’s best to keep them to yourself.