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    I didn't do much research and just did Clomid...

    I didn't do much research and just did Clomid because that's what my doctor recommended, and because several of my friends had gotten pregnant on it. If I were going back, maybe I would request...
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    I think there are a lot of twins in pop culture:...

    I think there are a lot of twins in pop culture: Many women in their 20s grew up with the Olsen twins (I was too old for them). Also, as you noted, there are the Weasley twins, as well as the Parent...
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    Daphne Juliet (changed fn) Elora Charis (changed...

    Daphne Juliet (changed fn)
    Elora Charis (changed mn)
    Elsinore Mara (swapped)
    Beatrice Ivy (initials)
    Adelaide Rosanna (kept)
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    Thanks everyone! My cat is home after treatment...

    Thanks everyone! My cat is home after treatment and even felt so energetic that she found a mice and caught it last night. I didn't appreciate the last part so much... :P

    @Shilo, thanks for your...
  5. Glad to help! I think I've spent way too much...

    Glad to help! I think I've spent way too much time thinking this through! :D
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    @Shilo - You're definitely not upsetting me. I...

    @Shilo - You're definitely not upsetting me. I like to hear how you're doing.
    @Dottipanda - Good luck with your fertile window!
    @Emmabobemma - Thanks for the reminder not to trash my own body. I...
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    Poll: Theodora is one of my all-time favourites. I love...

    Theodora is one of my all-time favourites. I love the meaning and the option for Thea and Dora. Dorothea would be the runner-up, and I guess you could still use both of those nicknames.
  8. Well, I think it works fine either way. I was...

    Well, I think it works fine either way. I was also thinking, since your character is not a native German speaker, she's more likely to speak in a formal style anyway. You know how when you take...
  9. Hmm, I think it would be repetitive in English if...

    Hmm, I think it would be repetitive in English if someone said, "Can you piano?" and someone else responded, "I can play piano." However, as I'm understanding this (and I may be wrong), it is more...
  10. I would leave it as 'croire en moi'. 'Me croire'...

    I would leave it as 'croire en moi'. 'Me croire' has the idea of 'thank you for believing me', implying belief that you are telling the truth, whereas 'croire en moi' captures the sentiment of...
  11. Hmm, if she's just piping in and not being asked...

    Hmm, if she's just piping in and not being asked directly, or even (from your explanation), being spoken to directly, I would personally say, "Ich kann Klavier spielen." From what I gather, they're...
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    I definitely have similar thoughts, so you're not...

    I definitely have similar thoughts, so you're not alone. Even though I've lived in three countries (not counting my own), learned other languages, done a Master's degree and am halfway through with...
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    Hi ladies! I'm so glad we're able to connect on...

    Hi ladies! I'm so glad we're able to connect on here. It's been a lonely road in many ways. I keep having friends drop hints that they are trying, and then a few months later, they announce their...
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    It's a beautiful name and one of my favourites!...

    It's a beautiful name and one of my favourites! Personally, I did know quite a few girls named Sarah growing up, but I know a tons of people with babies and have yet to hear of a Sarah under 15 or...
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    @Dottipanda Welcome to the thread. I'm so sorry...

    @Dottipanda Welcome to the thread. I'm so sorry it's been such a hard journey and about your MC. It's definitely frustrating when family members don't understand. My siblings have had kids pretty...
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    I just read the prologue, and I'm hooked! I'd...

    I just read the prologue, and I'm hooked! I'd love to see what comes next! :)
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    I am so glad to hear that your husband eventually...

    I am so glad to hear that your husband eventually came on board. I've had a few people imply that I should just force him, but I want to him to really be supportive and engaged going forward, and for...
  18. Yes, those names together do scream Pride and...

    Yes, those names together do scream Pride and Prejudice. Don't get me wrong; it's one of my favourite books. I just think you would get a lot of questions about whether it was on purpose.
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    I would totally read it! :D

    I would totally read it! :D
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    @Beth - You are very welcome on our little forum...

    @Beth - You are very welcome on our little forum here. I find online support invaluable because few people in real life know what we're going through, and sadly even fewer seem to care. I've told a...
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    It looks interesting! I'm definitely adding that...

    It looks interesting! I'm definitely adding that to the list. :)
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    I'm embarrassed to say that I've never read...

    I'm embarrassed to say that I've never read Eugene Onegin. I have a copy somewhere, but never read it. :/ I have read The Master and Margarita (which I loved, even though it was so weird) as well as...
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    Emma, I'm glad the post was helpful. I tend to...

    Emma, I'm glad the post was helpful. I tend to process things by writing, so blogging has really helped, although I don't share my blog with a lot of friends in 'real life' so it still feels private...
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    I did enjoy it, quite a lot actually! It is one I...

    I did enjoy it, quite a lot actually! It is one I would definitely read again.

    I've read a fair amount of Russian literature since I have a degree in Russian and East European studies. I've been...
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    @Beth: Thank you for your kind words. I'm glad...

    @Beth: Thank you for your kind words. I'm glad you found it helpful, but I'm sorry it's been such a hard journey.

    @Emma: Regarding Metformin, it's interesting because I don't have insulin...
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