Well I have decided to start a journal since I was not diligent in doing so with my beautiful little girl. Kaitlyn is only 9 months and I can not remember my pregnancy with her (at least not in detail). So as I sit at work on nightshift I am worried about everything, but mostly the fact that I have no symptoms....a little tired but that is normal for a full time mom and soldier. I have felt some tummy "yuck" but nothing significant, but I was blessed to not be sick with DD either. Maybe I am just lucky.
I have my first OB appt on Halloween at 1pm. I am seeing Army docs this time, that will be a change, not sure if it is a good one either.
I POAS on Saturday the 21st of October and just like with Kaitlyn I knew the moment AF did not arrive. Did the lab work on Thursday and made my OB appt. Keeping in under wraps is not an option in the Army (for obvious reasons)
I have so much going on in my head right now, DH and I have been married almost 8 years and have recently decided that I should think about getting out of the Army. I will work (for financial and personal reasons) but the idea of leaving my baby/babies is not something I wish to ever have to really face. So to be fair to myself, DH and our family I really think I have to start thinking about taking the pregnancy chapter.
So much going on and I am on nights, too much time to think. UGH!
I just hope that my lack of symptoms is a sign of a fun and easy PG just like with POO (my DD) and not something horrible which is of course all the horrible things that are going through my head.
Going to attempt to do some work ..... will be back soon.