Yasar and I want to have another baby.
I believe with all my heart that God has one for us, and is waiting for that right moment to bless us again. But I don't believe He's going to do His work when we expect it. So any traditional fertility treatments are probably not going to happen.
That being said...
Last week, my husband was at a business meeting with other professionals from different occupations. And the speaker was a local chiropractor.
Dr. Josh spent lots of time talking about so many different facets of health, and how they're all controlled by your spinal column.
DingDingDing! Bells and whistles start going off in Yasar's head.
So I went to my first appointment Monday. They took x-rays (Aunt Flo had arrived that morning, before you ask), and later that evening I went back for the interpretation.
The verdict? In a nutshell, my spine's a mess. And Dr. Josh is going to fix me up, good as new.
Now, going to the chiropractor sucks. I hate the little zappy pads. Not too wild about the rolly table, either. Having the Doc sit on me? Uhhh, well, he's cute, so we'll let that go. Hearing my neck crack? Ugh! Sounds like popcorn in my head!
Will it help us have a baby? Hmmmm...
Also, as a side note, I looked back in my food diary from when we conceived Leila. And I'm trying to mimic that diet again. High fiber, normal fat intake of good, healthy fats. Low on the processed foods. Consequently, the buzz is this will also help Andrew's attention span and impulsive behavior. We're also going to take a stab at eliminating dairy from our diets. With homeschooling, we should be able to get a fairly full picture of the benefits of this new diet.
With us luck!