The best time of month to get pregnant is the second half of the cycle. The first ovulation usually occurs about 14 days after your last period. If you have a regular menstrual cycle, your cycles should be 28-32 days in length on average and will vary from woman to woman. As long as it’s not too early or late for you, there’s no harm in trying at any point between these points if that is when you’re most likely to conceive naturally. Remember that this doesn’t mean that conception won’t occur at other times during the month – but try again closer to those dates if they don’t work out well for you, especially if you know a babymoon has passed!