Friday, August 7, 2009

The 4th DIY LFCA

Apologies--I am back home and just catching up. Not that this is news, but life moves too damn quickly.

Use the comment section below to serve as the list today. LFCA will return to normal on Monday and I have a lot of new blogs to add to the blogroll.

This is how to leave a comment for support.
  1. Leave the comment anonymously (even if you're okay with people knowing who submitted it, let's have everyone use the anonymous feature to be consistent).
  2. Choose a category: Miscellaneous News, Birthdays or Anniversaries, Loss Remembrances, Loss Announcements, Miscellaneous Support, Bed Rest Babes, Pregnancy Announcements, or Birth/Adoption Announcements.
  3. If you can, link to the blog by using the format below. Obviously change the category name, blog url, and message to suit your blurb. This is just a sample. When put in the comment section like this, it will turn out looking like this: Support: Stirrup Queens is having a hard time. Please go over and give her a hug.
If you can't write your comment using the html format, simply cut and paste the url for the blog within the comment so people can go over. More important to get out the news than to have it look orderly.

And then don't forget to use the list, click through, and leave comments. And check back throughout the day--people added things over time rather than just getting the whole LFCA in one gulp.

If you would also like the blurb to appear in the next LFCA, submit it additionally to the LFCA form.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Funzize could use some support today as she remembers Collin on the anniversary of the last time she knew he was ok.

Anonymous said...

Support Surviving Baby as she remembers her boys on what would be their first birthday.

Anonymous said...

Support: The Maybe Baby found out none of the three embryos that made it through thaw grew and her transfer was cancelled. Some of you may remember that she gave birth and lost her twin girls at 21 weeks last December. Please go give her some support.

Anonymous said...

Stacie's scan did not show a heartbeat. She has a follow-up scan on Sunday and was told there's a 30% chance of viability. Go envelop her with support.

Anonymous said...

Annie is having a hard time with some family stuff during a time she should be joyfully preparing for the birth of a new baby. Please go over and give her a hug.

http://railyuh.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Support:
Kate's husband (Kate from Bee In The Bonnet) is freaking out a little over their recent male factor (low count, low motility, low morphology) diagnosis, and could use some encouraging words. Kate also has some questions about some genetic tests that were recommended due to the diagnosis. She is asking for any support, any information, any kind words for H that can be offered.

Anonymous said...

Support: Queen of Rambles Grandmother just passed away. Please think of her & her family as they cope with this sad loss.

PJ said...

BOTH Mo and Will and Susan are going through miscarriages. Both have had recurrent miscarriages-so difficult. Please send your love and thoughts their way.

I can't figure out how to embed the links, but here's Sprogblogger... http://www.sprogblogger.com/?p=1794
Life and Love in a Petri Dish...
http://lifeandloveinthepetridish.blogspot.com/2009/08/9-wks-2-days-ultrasound.html

Anonymous said...

Support: Gringa's beta for her first IVF was negative. She could use some hugs.

In case the link doesn't work:
http://gringa78.blogspot.com/2009/08/bfn.html

Anonymous said...

Loribeth from href="http://theroadlesstravelledlb.blogspot.com/2009/08/eleven-years.html"The Road Less Travelled delivered her sweet Katie eleven years ago today.

Anonymous said...

darn - messed up the html code

try this:

The Road Less Travelled

loribeth said...

Gil from The Hardest Quest is celebrating her fifth wedding anniversary today!

She also tested positive for Group B strep & is looking for alternatives to an IV during delivery.

http://thehardestquest.blogspot.com/2009/08/five-years-ago-today.html

loribeth said...

Katedaphne's twins are here! Twin M is doing well, but Twin A was in the NICU & scheduled for surgery today.

http://sadnessoreuphoria.wordpress.com/2009/08/06/theyre-heeeeeeerrrrrre/

Anonymous said...

Support: Shannon got a negative for her first IVF (after seeing a faint positive line).