Heart- that news sounds great and hoping you can get test results tomorrow? Cervix probably looked smaller in the crappy machine and mm are such tiny measurements anyway that maybe you are 2.7 or more...
Tuckie - I felt big from early on too, but the bloat seemed to get replaced with real bump in time so I didn't get too much bigger until quite a while later. Its so fun to see that bump growing though! I was in maternity pants from about 10 weeks because my pants were just too uncomfortable to wear after that, but I had been in the belly band for a few weeks before that too!
Thanks for posting, you look adorable! Have you told people yet or are you waiting? That was the only downside to showing early for me. We didn't announce until 13 weeks so I had to try and hide the bump before that. I had been very open about my previous m/c's and people knew we were adopting so I don't think anyone wold have asked they probably just thought I ha got a bit chubby! ha ha!
Heart - We posted at the same time. I am so glad you are home and things are looking good. Stay on that couch lady and put your feet up! I am sure the glucose test will be fine, did they think that the glucose drink might have triggered it today?
Glad you can have the scan at your usual place soon to get a more accurate idea of where things are at.
Glad you're home Heart, hope the better macine gives you a bit longer measurement!
Croy- Since we're stationed here in TX and all our friends and family are in CA, no one has seen my belly Lol I did text that same pic to my mom (we told our parents) and she said she could definitely tell and wasn't surprised because she showed early with all of us and blamed it on us being short-waisted and pear shaped I remembered her telling me that with my first pregnancy because I was showing by 8 or 9 weeks with that one too...I think the other Army wives might think I'm getting chubby though! Hahaha!
Popping in again. Just to clarify, I didn't have any contractions today at all. I just told my doctor that I had been having them along with cramping and she wanted to monitor me. She's a very conservative doctor and is always going to go with more tests rather than less. Fine by me.
Funny thing was when I gave them my pee sample, they kept telling me I was dehydrated and needed to drink more water as dehydration caused contractions. I had to keep telling every nurse that I was dehydrated today because I hadn't had anything to eat or drink before the glucose test and normally I drink a ton of water. Oddly, the dehydration kept the contractions away. I get my contractions when my bladder is full and about to burst. Go figure.
Ok, back to work. Can't wait to catch up. I see that Kat had a great scan today and Tuckie posted a picture which I have yet to look at.
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