This is?

Once upon a time May and H got married and decided to have babies. This turned out to be spectacularly difficult, and in fact downright unwise. How can so many things be so wrong with one woman’s reproductive equipment? And May ferociously catalogued it all here, on this blog, for year after year, because it was that or run screaming into the street tearing her clothes off, and frankly the weather is not often conducive.

And then, after many years, much loss, and more gore than strictly necessary, May and H broke up.

So now we are talking about that, instead.


4 responses to “This is?

  • TIreegal

    I knew you had to be English with a blog name like Nuts in May. I am a Yorkshire via Wales transplant to the US of Bloody A.
    We have all this lovely privatized medicine, you know. It’s great if you have good insurance ( I do – but my eggs are fuc.ked and old). I read about the BMI thing – it makes me sick -esp as I am at 32 BMI and just coming across this because if I want to use donor eggs and go on a payment plan I have to be a good risk and that is BMI 34 thank god! Don’t people just love to discriminate?! Yikes!
    Anyway – love your blog and your vim and vigor! Don’t let the bastards get you down and if you can, get them down in the meantime!
    Tireegal:)

  • Bexx

    Ooohh, another British TTC blog! I spend all day looking for one and then two come along at once. Just like buses, hehe.

    Hope you get your BFP soon now that you’re ovulating normally. :)

  • The MAD's

    Hi

    Just wanted to let you know that your blog has been nominated in the MAD Awards, as one of the UK’s best parenting blogs. You can find out more about the awards, prizes and nomination process at our website, http://www.the-mads.com, as well as downloading badges to encourage more of your readers to nominate you. Nominations close on April 26th, and we’ll then announce the 5 blogs in each category with the most nominations, who will become finalists.

    Sally
    The MADs

  • Beckie Twyman

    I knew you had to be English with a blog name like Nuts in May. I am a Yorkshire via Wales transplant to the US of Bloody A.We have all this lovely privatized medicine, you know. It’s great if you have good insurance ( I do – but my eggs are fuc.ked and old). I read about the BMI thing – it makes me sick -esp as I am at 32 BMI and just coming across this because if I want to use donor eggs and go on a payment plan I have to be a good risk and that is BMI 34 thank god! Don’t people just love to discriminate?! Yikes!Anyway – love your blog and your vim and vigor! Don’t let the bastards get you down and if you can, get them down in the meantime!Tireegal:)
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