Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Some Fun Debating!

So my wife and mom are in the middle of planning my 30th birthday bash that is quickly approaching. April 6th is my B-Day and we're having a big party on the 5th. With all this planning and talk of my birthday it has brought up a debate that I've been having with my wife and parents. This debate has now spread throughout the family and a few friends. It doesn't have to do with anything bad or is anything that causes any drama it's just something fun. You see when my wife asked what decade I wanted my party theme to be the 70's or 80's? I responded 70's because I was a 70's child. This is where the debate comes in and has been for quite a while before this party by the way. I was informed that I wasn't a 70's child because I was born in '78 and grew up in the 80's. So therefor my party should be an 80's theme. My argument is that I wasn't born in the 80's so having an 80's theme wouldn't be correct, and yes I was technically a child in the 80's but I was also a child in the 70's. Anyway I get my way because it's my birthday and it will be a 70's theme. Woo-Hoo!!
On the infertility front AF has finally visited my wife. For those not up to date with code words she has her period. When we started infertility treatments my wife all of a sudden used these abbreviated code words and I would just stare at her not knowing what in the world she was saying. LOL It was like this secret foreign language that only her and her friends knew. Anyway we're finally starting our IVF journey. She called this morning and her nurse will call back with her protocol so I will keep everyone up to date as soon as we hear something.


emmhollar said...

I say it's your party and you are a 70's child. You are also an 80's child because chances are that you can't remember any of the 70's. Any way you look at it, you're turning 30! Just had to rub it in a bit.

Kenya said...

My husband is now a code cracker with our Acronyms now too. You're party sounds awesom!

Shauna Wagner said...

good luck on your ivf cycle