You’re Not Legit Till You’re Facebook Official!

…And so, we are.

JSTaIWH on FacebookThanks for coming; tell your friends.


2 comments on “You’re Not Legit Till You’re Facebook Official!

  1. kboo
    February 27, 2011 at 6:40 pm #

    I soooo wish I could support your FB page, but no one knows we are trying… if/when we ever have to go to IVF, we’ll let family know, but still will be a very small number of people.


    • Tracy
      February 27, 2011 at 7:00 pm #

      I completely understand that! I am not very good at keeping things to myself–even on Facebook, where one should keep some things private, lol–otherwise I would be hesitant in sharing any of this at all. I kept quiet for a while about things and then one day (recently), I had an “aw, screw it.” moment, and here we are. 😉 I appreciate the support anyway, kboo, and don’t worry… I doubt it will get as far as IVF for you! 🙂


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