There is nothing to compare how a woman feels when she takes a pregnancy test is and met with only one line. Every month, it's the same roller coaster: "I'm fertile, let's do this!" "Did we time it right this month?" "Did I ovulate for sure?" "Did we jeopardize any thing in the process?" "Am I pregnant?" "Was that a wave of morning sickness?" "Do I take the test 3 days early?" And then it's the dreaded one pink line. One. Lonely. Pink. Line.

If only wanting a baby was as easy as making your favorite dessert!

While baby making takes quite a bit more time in baking....there are certainly many different recipes that will achieve the same outcome :)

One of the most common and easy fixes is not having enough lubrication. User beware: Not ALL lubes are created equal. You may think you are giving the swimmers the boost in their flippers...when really it could be death by chemical warfare.

Astroglide TTC Trying to Conceive™ is a sperm friendly lubricant designed specifically in supporting fertility. With an all natural, water based solution giving sperm optimum mobility giving sperm a better chance of survival compared to traditional lubricants.

How it works:

When trying to conceive, it is vital to provide an environment where sperm has a chance of survival. Environmental conditions are affected by pH levels, osmolality (the concentration of substances like sodium and potassium) and the consistency of egg white cervical mucus. While traditional lubricants may affect these conditions and inhibit sperm motility, studies have shown that Astroglide TTC™ is compatible with sperm, oocytes and embryos and allows sperm to move freely.

Astroglide TTC™ comes in pre-filled applicators so it is easy to use and less messy because you don't have to fill them yourself. And at $12.99 for 8 applicators, it's the best value compared to any competitor.

For more product information.

You can find a list of retailers that sell Astroglide TTC™ here

Astroglide TTC™ sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.

Astroglide TTC™ sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine


Last night consisted of a screeching almost 9 month old. Sadly, my little teething monster has been stuck at stage one. He was only content to be sleeping on my lap. After hours of wrestling (and getting my hair pulled, pinched, slapped…arguing…sigh….)…it was 10:30 and this Momma was beat. Into the car seat and a trip to Wal-Mart ensued. He was out before we even made it into town. has this wonderful illustration of the 5 Stages of Teething. 

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