She emailed me back this afternoon :)
The short and not-so-sweet is that yes, their arms are still empty, and in the meantime life has also dealt them a bunch of crap in general. Not what any friend wants to hear about another but I was just glad to hear anything. She is going to call me next week to really catch up.
Please keep both of them, individually and as a married couple, in your prayers. Her hubby especially, because he's a kindred optimistic-all-the-time spirit like me, and she said he is finally losing hope that he'll be a dad, and it's very hard on him. I totally feel his pain, because I had pretty much given up hope, too, and as an eternal optimist, that is not an easy thing to do. (I never lost hope totally, just maybe 90% of it, haha.)
She said she doesn't want to bring me down with talking about still dealing with IF, and I can honestly say that I still think about it all the time, so it's not like I'm living in lala motherhood land where IF has no place. Is that weird? Not just because I'd love to "accidentally" conceive another baby as many infertiles do in the fairy tales, but because every time I hug Maryanne and rock her to sleep, I'm reminded of the times when I didn't have any baby to hug, and when I cried to myself in the same rocking chair when I found out another ungrateful friend was pregnant...again. There are no words to express how thankful I am for M, but I don't think IF in the deepest sense will ever go away for me.
Sending a prayer of thanks tonight for my friend and her willingness to trust me with her sadness and struggles. Also sending a prayer that I will be able to be all that she needs me to be as her friend and support system.