For Wannabemom: another semen story

A view of our room
Originally uploaded by Temmerling.
I think it was our 4th or 5th cycle. It definitely wasn't our first or second because those we did in the basement bedroom while finishing the remodel upstairs. And it couldn't have been our 3rd, because that wouldn't be enough time to gather the amount of dust that this story entails. So, the 4th. Or maybe the 5th. Definitely not the last, though.

Our donor had produced for us at his house and we brought it home in a jar. We went into the bedroom and Kristin climbed on the bed. I started doing my thing with the syringe -- pulling up the batter into it and then slowly, slowly pushing the air out -- when my thumb slipped and pushed the plunger all the way in, sending the semen shooting the semen out. We had the lights dimmed to protect the life of the sperm, and lord help me, but I COULD NOT find where the semen had landed! I felt my hair, Kristin felt her hair -- no semen. So I had to turn on the light. When the room flooded with sperm-killing light rays, we still couldn't find the stuff. We looked on the ceiling, the bedspread, the floor.

Closeup of Nightstand-like shelf

Finally, we looked on the glass shelf that Kristin uses for a night stand. There, in a puddle, on top of a thick layer of dog hair and dust (funny how you never notice how dusty something is until you're forced to look at it) was our semen. Kristin and I looked at the dusty, hairy semen, then we looked at each other. Then, with a sigh, I used the syringe to suck the semen up (additions and all) and finish the job. I was just too precious to sop up with a paper towel and throw away. Needless to say, we didn't get pregnant that cycle...

Posted by Trista @ 11:52 AM

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So where was it?

I can't tell if that's the end or if blogger is being crazy (there are some strange lines that may be text).

Posted by Anonymous cocoa @ 5:57 PM #

Oh Cocoa, you're right, the end of the story is lost! I'll type it in now (it was there when I first posted it, I swear!)

Posted by Blogger Trista @ 11:11 PM #

Ok, it seems to be showing up now.

Posted by Blogger Trista @ 11:18 PM #

Oh my. Looks like a lot to look forward to.... :-)

Posted by Blogger Lo @ 12:14 AM #

Hmmm, maybe it was better that that one didn't work. It really did work out for the best because you have Julie (who is just too cute for words) and a funny story to tell.

Posted by Anonymous cocoa @ 7:29 AM #

Oh dear God. That is too much and I laughed so much and so hard, I was just chastized by Partner. (Since I am *supposed* to be resting and taking it easy.) Jesus. That was too much!

Posted by Blogger Katie (WannaBeMom) @ 7:44 AM #

that story had me laughing & then running for the purel!

Posted by Blogger Calliope @ 8:37 AM #

Oh Gosh, that sounds like the last insem we had. I'm glad to see we're not the only ones that have an interesting insem story....complete with missing sperm!!

Posted by Blogger Sarah and BB @ 9:34 AM #

Wow--you are SO awesome to share that story! i give you mad props for that one. i thought the crazy stuff like that only happened to us!

Posted by Blogger Amanda @ 2:41 PM #
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