All that talk of November 1, then (TMI ahead) we went and threw caution to the wind, lol. It was only CD 10-11 (we'll call it 10.5, lol)... I usually don't O until CD 16, so the odds are really, really nil, but you never know. It could be a weird month where I O on CD14 or something, sperm can live a little while in there, so it's highly unlikely, but possible, haha. I'm anxious to see when I will O now. I'm also anxious to see if I can talk DH into JLIH now or if that was an isolated event, hahah.
go for it, Mary! Not that August is bad, but seriously, just go for it. I need company.
Ashley - I can't believe you're TTC (or TOC) again! WOOT! Man Dane is one adorable little boy! I love your FB pics
Thanks!! Woohoo for a vacation!
Amanda: yay for cute bridesmaid dresses! That seems pretty rare.
Mary: GL with getting your DH to JLIH! If not November really isn't too far away. And I've done 2 summer babies (mid-July & mid-August) and it really isn't that bad. Summer is hot whether you're pregnant or not IMO. And happy belated b-day BTW
Virginia: sorry if I missed this, but have you had any m/s issues yet?
Sandra: awe, love baby kisses!
Lauren & Molly: Hi!
Sorry if I missed anyone! DS's birthday parties went pretty well, but glad they're over! We're leaving the kids for 4 1/2 days later this week to go on a trip just DH & I for our anniversary and I'm already getting bummed about leaving them, but it'll be nice at the same time. Dane started saying "Tickle, tickle" last week, it's so dang funny.
Good to hear from you, Ashley!
Yeah, I've had m/s. I had some at 4w then it disappeared and now it's back. I've been taking zofran, but the nausea is starting to get past my 4mg so soon I'll have to go up to my full 8mg dose.
I did A LOT this weekend. Friday I picked up my bridesmaid dress, it fit perfect just needs to be hemmed(which was a surprise since I am small in the chest). Saturday I went shoe shopping, found them at the last store I went in, go figure, we had DH's brother, his wife and his oldest child over for dinner, it was nice to see them. Sunday DH drove the girls and I out to a local farm where we picked blueberries and raspberries, when we got home I made a batch of blueberry jam.
I had to stop running in June when I got sick with a fever that just wiped me out, I did one run when I was feeling better then I went for Botox (for my Dystonia) the doctor hit a nerve and that put me out for another two weeks, just this week I was able to start walking any distance without having to stop. Just going to walk for a week and probably start my Couch to 5K over again next week, bit frustrated since I was at week 6 when all the trouble started, but at least I'm doing it.
I've lost weight, not completely sure why, I think between the sickness in June and the bad Botox treatment last time that may have done it. I am not happy that I lost weight considering I am pretty thin to begin with I am currently 120 lbs and 5' 7", I'd like to get back up to 125 lbs, the 5 lbs I lost makes a huge difference in how healthy I look.
Ash - glad the party went well!!!
Amanda - glad the dress fits almost perfectly. Sorry about the weight loss, I'm sure between the fever and feeling crummy after the Botox that it just happened. Glad you're starting to feel better now and hopefully the weight will come back on.
Mary - I can't believe you guys are already almost ttc again! Wow! And happy birthday a little late.
Virginia - sorry about the m/s
Katie - glad vacation was fun!
AFM - Ugh I'm now 31. Boooo! I had a decent weekend, my sister and her boyfriend came and that was nice. But we didn't really do anything, just hung out around the pool. I ate way too much since it was my birthday weekend and I just did what I wanted. haha. I think I'm going to live on salad for a few days to detox from all the sugar! heh
Lauren - I'm sure baby loved the extra sugar, hahaha. Yummm! A relaxing weekend by the pool sounds nice.
Amanda - I'm glad the dress fit well aside from the length. I initially thought my dress for SIL's wedding fit alright, but it was definitely too big in the chest/waist. I had to get the whole freaking thing altered, which ending up being like $150 on top of the like 200 bucks I already had to spend on the dress. It sucked because hem alone was only like 30 dollars. I love spending all that money on a dress to wear it once... *Sigh*
Virginia - Boo for ms, but yay for the comfort it brings emotionally.
Ashley - I hope you have fun on your trip alone with DH. I always think something like that would be nice, but then I wuss out on leaving the kids. I've never been able to drag myself away from them overnight (aside from Sean when I was giving birth to Calvin).
AFM - Having some EWCM today... Secretly hoping I'm one of those crazy women who have sperm live 4-5 days in there, LOL. I highly doubt it, and I'm not even bothering to buy any pee sticks or anything, but it's fun to daydream. DH said it was definitely a one-time thing until we begin TTC November 1.
Mary - good luck keeping those spermies long enough for an oopsie! heh.
AFM - doctors appointment this morning at 10:50. Just a routine thing, nothing too exciting. I'm hoping she'll let me schedule my gender scan, but we'll see. They don't do those til 24-28 weeks and I'm 17, so I'm not sure how early they let you... My weight suddenly flew up 5 lbs in the last four days. I know part of it was eating cake this weekend and stuff, but it seems to be sticking around (if it were water weight from this weekend it would be gone by now). I know I cna't be mad since I didn't gain anything in the first trimester and this is the first weight I gained, but STILL! FIVE pounds at once!? And right before a doctors appt?! hahaha. Oh well. I just would've hoped for something more gradual, but I guess baby doesn't work like that.
Lauren - 5 lbs by 17.5 weeks isn't bad... No worries!!
AFM - Okay, so we're officially JLIH. My DH is so freaking wishy-washy, hahaha. But, once he agrees to something, he doesn't retract it. So yeah, JLIH now. I figure we'll still actively TTC starting Nov 1 if it hasn't happened by then.
Lauren - Let us know how your appointment goes, I'm sure the 5 lbs in a week is fine.
Mary - Yay for JLIH!
The dress is a nice red I could likely get away with wearing it to a Christmas party, yeah the cost is crazy HIGH of those things, somewhat wished I ordered online but love the in-store service.
Natalie has been moody lately, I really think she could use a nap in the afternoon but she's out grown it so that just causes more issues.
I'm at work today being not very productive, haven't been in a while.
Debating with myself over a dog see my separate post for more details.
I started a ticker, hahaha... It feels strange. It has been so long since I've been in the TTC mindset. I'm not going to keep a thorough chart... Not temping, but I'll probably keep a loose record of things, like when my CD1 is, when I experience EWCM, and BD's that might be around O-time. Sorry, that's as close to JLIH as I can get, hahaha.
Geez Mary, you're going to be pregnant in like a week! hahaha
Yay for a ticker Mary! I can't believe it's almost #3 time for you!
I hope everyone is doing well! Getting back to work was crazy. Lots to do etc. I have Evan diaper-less right now I'm trying to get him to think about the potty. So far he's pee'd on the floor LOL I'm also working on getting Rory to sleep on his own. So far we've gotten him to sleep on the floor in his room. I can't get him in the crib. Funny I asked his main daycare lady what she does and she just laughed and said she puts the other 3 babies down first then focuses all her attention on Rory b/c he will NOT go to sleep w/o her right there. At least my difficult little man is consistent. Laying with him on the floor in his room seems to be a safe option that's working. I REALLY want to be able to use the treadmill on days they both nap but I can only do that if he's sleeping somewhere safe (ie not my bed even with rails). He is alllll out crawling now too and cruising along couches etc. OK i should try to convince Evan to try the potty....
have fun, Mary! I bet we'll see a BFP from you soon.
AFM: sorry if I'm not around much. the m/s is kicking my butt this time. The nausea is even getting past 8mg of zofran. I'm not functioning very well and might have to call the doc again tomorrow and see if there's anything else we can try. This is ridiculous. It definitely hasn't been this bad before. I have an u/s next Thursday. I wouldn't mind singleton vibes.
Lauren - LOL... I don't think so, but I will die if you're correct. I still don't even know if I've O'ed. I had a bit of EWCM the other day, but nothing overly abundant. Not nearly as much as I usually get with O. I suppose we shall see in a couple weeks, hahaha.
Katie - Too funny about Rory sleeping on the floor, hahaha. Ugh to the potty training. Sean does NOT want to do it. I need to man up and start letting him run around the house with no diaper, but the kid pees A LOT, so the no-diaper thing does not sound fun. But I think it's going to be necessary, as he's just too comfortable with his nice absorbent diapers.
Virginia - As much as I'd love to give you singleton vibes, I can't help but think another set of twins around here would be exciting! Hahaha... Better you than me!
AFM - We got some nasty storms today. I ended up stuck at work an hour late because the guy I work with had a meeting and it ran a bit late, then he got stuck in traffic because of the nasty storm. It was crazy. We have a big window where the drive-thru is in our pharmacy and we saw a giant blue/green explosion of some sort nearby outside, where lightning apparently hit something. It was pretty wicked. Then I had to drive in it and lightning was hitting all around me. I'm glad to be at home now, and the storm is done. TGIF (tomorrow).
I totally think we need some twin girls on here, make up for all the boys.
Sending twin girl vibes sounds like much more fun - are you sure you don't want those Virginia?? HAHA I do hope you're feeling better soon
Mary - we had all sorts of t storm warnings but nothing ever hit people were frustrated that they had all the crazy warnings then NOTHING
Oh man so last night (TMI) Dh and I threw caution to the wind. Today I'm feeling like perhaps that wasn't the best plan. I'm on like CD30 but my cycles are so wonky. I have had to EWCM this week and that's the part that's freaking me out. Hopefully it's just me being paranoid.....it really seemed like a fine, safe idea at the time LOL
Oh my. Mary and Katie, you are so both going to be pregnant soon. And, yeah, it always does seem like a fine, safe idea at the time, doesn't it?
I'm feeling a little better right now. This morning was rough, though.
Aaaah! Katie, I want us to both get knocked up and share a BB, hahaha. And we can both have babies of the same sex so we can either be Team 3 Boy or Team 2 Boys and a Baby Girl. Hahahaha... Fun times.
Virginia - Sorry the ms is kicking your butt. I do not miss that part, that's for sure.
AFM - Exhausted and soooo glad to be off for the weekend now..
I think #4 is it for us. I just don't know if I can go through m/s again after this. It is so d@mn hard. I'm exhausted and still getting nausea even with the zofran which brings its own unpleasant side effects. It's making me grouchy and despite my best efforts I end up taking it out on the kids who have been watching too much TV and movies just to let me rest. And being so rundown is making me blue and I know I need to fight that because I can't let myself get any more useless than I already am. Oh, and DH just called to tell me he has to work late (very apologetically). Can I just skip ahead to the second tri? Or spend the next 6 weeks asleep? I feel like I can;t enjoy the wonderful kids I already have when I feel this gross.
Ugh, I remember that feeling very well, Virginia... Even though it was nearly 4 years ago for me (since I lucked out of it with Calvin). I remember the feelings of worthlessness and feeling depressed about it. And I didn't have any kids to run around and take care of. All I had to do was take care of myself and I could barely hold it together. Just remember, it's temporary and oh-so-worth it when you see that sweet little face. *hugs*
yeah. I know it's worth it. But I remember telling myself last time I'd never do this again and now I remember why. I just have to keep telling myself it'll start to get better in 5 1/2 weeks. But all our vacation (at my favorite place ever) is during that time, so I'm afraid I won't get to enjoy it.
Maybe I should take twin girls vibes. Then we'd definitely be done. But, I'm pretty sure we just have one, even with the bad m/s.
Mary - Bite your tongue! I am not ready for 3 and if I wound up prego I'd need a serious pep talk. Don't get me wrong I'd get over it and probably be thrilled but there would be a moment of emotional meltdown! Rory has been such a difficult baby he's just starting to entertain himself, sleep away from me a little (not that he sleeps through the night, he's up at least twice) etc. He's so needy his head would probably explode if he had to share me with an infant! But team 2 blue 1 pink would be fun.....but more fun in 2015!
Virginia - I'm so sorry you get SO sick! What a total bummer that is Hopefully you can get through it and once on the other side you might change your mind. Hope it lets up some I have hardly any m/s so I can't even relate but when I get a stomach bug I want to crawl in a hole so I think I'd be totally non-functioning if I had m/s like you do!
LOL, Sorry Katie! The way I see it, if they're close together, you're still sleep deprived from the last one, so you won't even hardly notice the additional sleep deprivation of the next one, hahaha.
Yeah, m/s really does suck. Blech. Of course, the lack thereof sucks as well. The next time I get pregnant, can I please have a moderate level of nausea? Just enough to make me feel confident that I have a sticky bean, but not so bad that I'm dysfunctional?? That would be ideal.
ha ha. Good luck with that, Mary!
I found some optimism. I made some ravioli for dinner (stuffed with chicken and mozzarella) and it tasted amazing. I have had to force myself to eat the past few days, so that was nice. I think part of the problem is that I crave salt (and protein, when not nauseous) right now and since we tend to eat a low sodium diet we don't have many salty things around. I've been practically living off string cheese. I also remembered that I had a few really rough days around this time with Oliver and then I started feeling better. Maybe it just takes a little while for me to fully respond to the zofran or something. I hope that happens again.
Virginia - I'm glad you were able to have a good meal! That always helps. I'm the same way with salt in early pregnancy.
AFM - I *think* I probably O'ed yesterday. I had some pinchy O-type pains while at work and a good bit of EWCM. We DTD, but not until 8-10 hours after the O pains, so I'm not really optimistic about that one.
You DTD again unprotected? HAHA I LOVE IT! You might be surprised! Rory is the product of long living sperm! I think I O'd 5-6 days after we DTD we were JLIH and I didn't want his bday so close to Evan's (ha that worked out well...) I thought we were definitely safe so far before O. DH is still (privately of course) rather proud of that.
Besides some EWCM and a soft kind of open cervix I have no other signs so I think I'm safe. I did some crunches which are making it hard to gage if there are O pains. I'm thinking if anything it's annov or gearing up to O then quitting. My cycles have been so whacked out. I had my first PP AF at ~3 months PP then I had a normal cycle after that at roughly 31 days then I went 3 month before my last AF and now I'm at 30+ days....
It is a little fun to obsess....
I feel like a BFP storm is a brewin'! hahahahaha We'll all be stalking you Mary and Katie!
Virginia - I'm glad you got a good meal in. If you found something that works, eat it again! There's nothing wrong with eating the same meal a few times in a row (given it's not a carton of ice cream or something, heh). I hope you start to feel some more relief soon.
AFM - starting to feel like a whale, I feel like my belly exploded this week! I'm sure part of it is bloat because I keep eating crap food. I finally broke that cycle yesterday, so hopefully that'll help. I've had my first BH contractions already. Talk about early! I didn't have a lot, just a few... Here's hoping I don't have to deal with a ton of those again! I keep hearing from people who use midwives that if you get a ton of them and water/laying down doesn't help that a small (2-3 oz) glass of wine is supposed to stop them. I'm going to bring that up with my dr at my next appt. Not that I'd want to regularly drink it at all, but if I start getting them every 4-5 minutes for hours on end like I did with Xander (which landed me in the hospital), I'd definitely be willing to try that as a last resort... But I can't find any actual studies on it, just what peoples midwives tell them based on experience.
Katie - LOL, yeah... DH told me we just need to stop with the games and make a baby, hahahaha... OMG. I'd say if it doesn't happen this cycle or next, he'll probably want to take a month or two off. He has a funny thing where he wants each baby to have its own birth month. (But then again, we saw how that theory worked out for you, hahaha). So anyway, we're at some weird maybe kinda sorta TTC phase. Whooo knows?
Lauren - Good luck with the BH's. I've always had them, but nothing regular enough to be concerned about, thankfully. Hopefully they won't be as bad for you this time.
ETA: I guess I'll do an AFM, haha... It's sooo nice to have a weekend off. I didn't even realize it, but I had worked 17 of the past 19 days. Ugh. Definitely needed the break. Of course, it's short lived. Tomorrow starts my 9-day week, which is actually quite fine. I'm working doubles (14 hours) two of those days, so I'll be plenty busy and exhausted to keep me from thinking about whether or not I might be pregnant. I only have one HPT in the house and it's a fancy digital, so I'm not eager to waste it. I think I'm 2dpo now, so I suppose if AF hasn't shown up by the end of my 9-day week, then I'll POAS. After that, I have 5 days off, woohoo!
Oh also, we went to visit my parents yesterday.. And we drove out to the town where we want to build our next house because we wanted to look at some land that is for sale. Well, it ended up not being exactly perfect because it is on a pretty steep hill, but it was just so nice to be in the area. It was so quiet and peaceful, no bars blasting loud music, aaaahhhhh. Then we had to wait around a bit for MIL/FIL to meet us because we had borrowed their carpet shampooer and MIL needed it back, but they had gone shopping somewhere, so we had some time to kill. So DH, my parents, and the kiddos all went to the elementary school there and let the kids play on the playground. It was just so nice to spend a little time in the area where we want to live, to see the school we want the kids to attend, etc.. It really felt like home. I can't wait to move.
I am so tried of feeling like crap. One more month. Hopefully then it'll improve.
Virginia - Are you planning to find out whether this bean is a boy or girl, or are you doing team green? I'm anxious to find out what you've got in there!!
AFM - Just sharing a pic of Calvin from today, 17 months and 1 day. Sorry if huge... I tried to resize, but photobucket is annoying.
Love the pic, Mary! Glad you got a few days off in a row to relax from work. How fun that you got to drive out to where you want to live!!
Virginia - sorry you're still feeling so crummy.
Not much new going on here. Baby is going CRAZY right now! This is by far the most I've felt her/him, she/he just keeps on kicking away. LOVE!
Mary - Really hoping you can find a quiet place to build and get a nice place built. The pic of Calvin is adorable.
Everyone else Hi :wavehello:
Friday night we went out for dinner to celebrate my birthday, had some really yummy pizza at a local pizza place.
Saturday we went to the Ontario Science Center saw the Circus Exhibit and the Star Trek show they had on, it was fun the girls enjoyed it (though the Star Trek show scared Nat a bit). The girls stayed at Nana & Papa's last night while DH and I went out on a double date with our friends, went to Milestones for dinner, had a few problems with the meal (they fixed) but the food was good overall, then went to see Dark Knight Rises, I enjoyed the movie.
Today was just an easy paced day, had leftover pizza for breakfast, dropped some stuff off at Goodwill, picked up the girls, sold a playpen to a second hand store (and picked up some shorts there for Nat), then did groceries. After that it was back home for some R&R. DH's mom is dropping off a baby gate (for the basement, because of the new dog) and staying for dinner.
Amanda - Sounds like a good weekend. Pizza sounds soooo good right now. We never eat it anymore because of Sean's milk allergy, so I'm always craving it, haha. Sometimes I order it with my coworkers and feel guilty because DH doesn't get any and he loves it too, haha.
Lauren - Woohoo for lots of baby movement! Ahhh, I miss that feeling! Loooove it.
AFM - I've decided that Sean will NEVER potty train if left to his own devices. I was trying to be super patient and not push it and just let him decide when he's ready, but he's never going to be ready. I bought him some new undies and he FREAKED OUT at the mention of putting them on and cried for a diaper. So my suggestion for a compromise was that he doesn't have to wear the undies, but he's not getting a diaper either. Haha... So he's pants-less, but at least he's not wearing a diaper. No accidents yet, but no trips to the potty yet either (he freaks out if you try to get him to). I feel evil for using such harsh methods, but I just feel like he's not going to be trained by kindergarten at the rate we're going...
ETA: OMG, it has been a trying day with the children. I feel like I'm losing my mind even considering a 3rd, lol.
Ugh... Feeling like death today, and unfortunately, 3dpo is too early to get excited. So I just feel like crap (nausea/diarrhea/headache) for no good reason. Fun times. Thankfully, I got good sleep last night and actually woke up on my own before the kids today, otherwise, I'd be feeling really nasty today.
ETA: I was just browsing around on the early-pregnancy-tests website and saw this cool test that I hadn't seen before.. http://www.early-pregnancy-tests.com/detectfive-progressive-pregnancy-test.html
It has 5 different pregnancy tests with different sensitivities on one stick, to help you get a rough estimate of quantitative hcg. The sensitivities are 25, 100, 500, 2000, and 10000 miu/ml. I love the concept, but probably won't buy one, as they are about $20 each... And I'm trying not to go all insane this time, hahaha. I hate that I'm even looking at this site with the cheapo pee sticks, because it just breeds insanity for me, hahaa. I'm definitely NOT buying any OPK's, but I probably need some HPTs.
No Mary, you need this pregnancy test! http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/pteq.html?srp=1
Seeing as how my DH is an IT geek, I am sooooo getting one of those when we TTC #3!! It's hilarious!
Mary - I had to leave Xander pantsless for several days with our potty seat out in the living room in front of the TV. He could also use the iPad to play games while on the potty. At first I gave him a mini M&M just for sitting on the dang thing, then I transitioned to only giving him one if he peed and two if he pooped. Eventually the M&M's lost their appeal and I had to switch to jelly beans. The first 2 days were complete and total Hell, then it got a little better, and after a week or so it just clicked. I just had to stick with it no matter how big of a suck fest it was. The poor kid had a red butt for days straight from sitting on the potty so much! But he LOVED playing the iPad and it was a huge motivator (at that point he never really got to play it before). You just need to find what motivates YOUR child. Each kiddo is different. Sean will give you hell at first, but he'll come around. Though you might have to clean quite a bit of pee up off the floor in the meantime. heh.
Amanda - glad you had a good birthday weekend! Now I want pizza too, dangit!
AFM - I'm having one of those crazy hormonal days where you're just in a horrible mood and snap at everyone (dogs included) non stop. I feel bad, but I can't seem to help myself. It doesn't help that Xander isn't listening and is really pushing my buttons today! I can't wait for naptime, I'm skipping my workout and taking a nap myself! I haven't had a nap in weeks!!
Jen - Dude, that's freaking awesome! And cheaper than the one I found, hahaha. Sweet. (and I just saw it contains 20 test strips... awesome!)
Lauren - I just saw your post. Yeah, I've definitely decided to stick with it this time, no matter how sucky. We've had some decent success with pee today, only a little ended up on the floor. No poop at all yet today... I'm sure he's holding it because he usually has pooped by now each day. He's slightly more calm about it, but still freaks out a bit at the idea of sitting on the potty. I'd love to leave his little potty in the living room or somewhere closer than the bathroom, but I can't keep Calvin out of it, blaaah. I hear ya on the moodiness. I was a beast yesterday, lol. My DH probably hated me. PMS has never been a friend of mine.
AFM - Ugh, I ordered cheapo pee sticks. *Sigh* I told myself I wouldn't, but I am so weak. I just love peeing on sticks!
Lauren - Hope you get a good nap and it helps your mood out.
Mary - Guess easy access to tests (working in a pharmacy) makes it so much easier to be tempted to buy them.
At work, don't really want to be here, and the day is just over half over . :help1:
That pee stick thing on ThinkGeek was an April Fools day joke a couple of years ago.
Fantastic. Now I'm puking in spite of the zofran. And I'm not even 7 weeks yet. How bad is this going to get? I'm starting to seriously wonder if I'm carrying twins. This is insane. Most of the day I get nauseous if I'm upright, so I spend most of my time lying on the couch. The kids have watched TV almost all day today (just PBS, but still). I feel like a terrible mother, but how else am I going to handle them on my own?
I had the worst sickness with Dana, and milder sickness with Natalie, maybe it's a girl... or twin girls
Aww, it's not real?!
Virginia - Hope you are feeling better soon! I spent a lot of days on the couch out of sheer exhaustion this last pregnancy (in the first tri), and I felt awful having Owen in front of the TV pretty much all morning. But honestly, you do what you gotta do right now! It won't be like this forever! At least, that's what I keep telling myself right now. We're not getting out much now as I learn to juggle two, so poor Owen has been stuck in the house with me and Sam all day with the TV on. I hope I figure this out soon!
Mary - We'll be stalking you!
Everyone else, hi!
Virginia - I hope you're feeling better soon DOn't be too hard on yourself
Jen - how's Sam doing? I can't believe he's a month old! That's wild! Time flies
Argh I tried tonight to get Rory to sleep IN his crib. Ya 2 hours later i put him to sleep on the floor next to me. He is the most stubborn little man. I guess he was all sorts of bent out of shape at daycare today b/c there's an 8 week old baby and Rory is used to being the most held babied baby in the room. I'm glad he's no more independent at daycare than he is at home LOL
Boooo!!! That pregnancy test IS fake!! If you add it to your cart, it says it's fake. Those evil bastards, hahahaha!
Katie - Don't worry... Rory has the rest of his life to be independent.
Virginia - Uggghhh, I'm sorry you're so sick. Wow, I can't wait to find out if you've got two in there, hahaha.
Amanda - hahaha... I refuse to buy pregnancy tests at work because I don't want anyone to know, haha. So I have to sneak around to other stores or buy the cheapos online.
AFM - Starting to get nervous. I swear I wonder if I miscalculated my dates. It's hard to know if symptoms are just imaginary, you know? I had fleeting waves of nausea earlier today like what I had very early on with Sean, and tonight, I swear I feel twinges in the left side of my uterus and itchy nips. It might be nothing because it's still SUPER early... I can't even imagine I'd be having symptoms unless I misjudged my O date. Weird... I suppose we'll see.
Mary - :popcorn: And I love that you caved and bought tests already! hahaha
Jen - Good to hear from you!! I cannot believe how old your little guys is! EEK!
Virginia - I'm so sorry you're sick. Don't feel bad about the TV. If you feel bad then I have to feel bad, because I still have plenty of days where I'm so dang exhausted that I need to lie down and Xander gets more TV time than I'd like. But how can I play if I'm dizzy and about to pass out? Or just a grouchy hormonal mess. haha.
Katie - sorry the crib didn't work out. How funny that he's the same way at daycare, those poor gals. heh.
AFM - I slept on my side for too long and managed to pinch something in my shoulder. It hurts so bad! I'm hoping a good workout today will somehow make it better, or maybe I'll just make it worse. WE'll see. haha. Today is DH's and my 8th wedding anniversary! Crazy!! I can't believe we've already been married that long. He sent me flowers, which was totally unexpected, so that was nice.
Happy Anniversary Lauren! Our wedding anniversary is next month (4 years), but I'm actually more excited about November 1st of this year... The 10th anniversary of our first date. We've been inseparable since. Crazy that it has been 10 years, WOW. I feel old, haha.
AFM - Not sure if this is a symptom, but you know how I've been whining that I've been leaking for the past SEVEN months, even though I stopped BFing...? Well, the last 1.5-2 days, I've been DRY. Seriously, I haven't spent one dry day since I stopped BFing back in January. It could go either way. It could be a prego sign, I suppose... Or it could be that my body finally figured it out, haha. The funny thing is, I was VERY leaky around O-time, which I've found is normal for me. So who knows...? Feels way too early to have symptoms (unless O-day is wrong, quite possible).