· 20 pregnancy or ovulation tests
· A Basal Body Thermometer to track your ovulation
· A handy chart to track your temps for ovulation tracking
· ConceiveEasy 2 month starter pack of supplements
You can find more info on the ConceiveEasy TTC Kit on their website. I have to say I do like the idea; it certainly simplified the buying of pregnancy tests. Also, why do pregnancy tests cost $14 for 2 at the grocery store?! That is outrageous! As always, with any ‘natural’ supplement please contact your doctor before use. Use of this kit does not guarantee you will get pregnant.
~ The Bump & BabyCenter have great TTC sections
~ Parents.com has a fun Chinese Gender Predicting chart. Was it accurate for you? Comment below and tell me.
~ Redbook Magazine and BabyCenter.com both have some interesting and myth debunking articles on choosing the sex of your baby.
So wish us luck! What worked for you getting pregnant? Are you trying to get pregnant now? Are you currently pregnant? Tell me all about it below! Better yet, join us for Bump Club, it’s at Tiny Tots Tea Room October 22 @ 11am.