I have noticed on the days I walk in the morning (2.5 miles) I feel less nausea later in the day, so that is motivation to continue exercising!
Last edited by SouthernMom; 12-08-2012 at 07:38 PM.
dh Andy of 11 wonderful years
ds Theodore is 7 (Nov '05) 4lbs 10 oz, 18.5 inches @ 37 weeks
ds Zachariah is 5 (Jan '08 ) 5lbs 4 oz, 19 inches @ 38.5 weeks
dd Annabeth (Aug 2 '13) 7 lbs 5 oz, 19.75 inches @39.5 weeks
Stephanie, I remember you from the November 2005 board (my screen name was "WhiteWolf"). Congratulations! My boys are both in school and now I have twins (via IVF, etc), it's crazy but it's a "good kind of crazy". I keep joking how I would be bored otherwise. You'll manage just fine. We're in a good routine here now and every day it gets easier, I think that's the key...having a routine. I try to do lots at night before bed, like set out cereal bowls and cereal boxes. My 7 year old is great at being a helper when I need it.
Anyway, congrats! Going from 1 to kids (I think) is harder than 2 to 3.
Kyle 11/10/05, Connor 09/10/07
Faelynn & Finnley 09/24/12
Oh wow, I hadn't made that connection yet between exercise and less nausea but when I think about it, the same holds true for me, as well....! Thanks! hehe
lol! My DH has been dying to tell people and there have been several times when I've been shocked he actually didn't tell one of his friends...
I know what you mean about not knowing if Christmas is too early... we'll be seeing all of our home church family this upcoming weekend, after I've hit 8 weeks... and while I'm excited to see them and let them know about our news, it still seems so early..!!!
Fist off, congrats to you!! Trust me, you'll be fine once everything sinks in. I just found out that I'm pregnant with baby number 5, so needless to say I was freaking out. But after the shock wore off, I'm actually really excited. You'll be ok momma... Good luck with telling DH!
Krystal & Donovan - 12/2/06
Reagan - 10/2/02
Maximus - 3/10/05
Liberty - 12/11/08
My angel in Heaven 1/7/13