Well I told myf family at like 4 weeks and work early on like 7 weeks.. But I am still being told I dont look pregnant at work however I believe my family could tell now. How long are you hoping to hide it?
All my closest friends and family know, was too excited to not tell!
But at work, there is this one lady who I'm sure means well, but she thinks she knows everything about everything with a cherry on top. She knows we've been trying and has bent my ear daily about what to do, even though she has no children! She drove me crazy when I was planning my wedding 2 years ago, again she's not married. So if it comes out that I'm pregnant, goodness it will be 9 straight months of daily advice of what I'm doing wrong and what I should be doing.
So...as long as possible I'm hoping to keep it quiet at work!! Hehe
Some of my colleagues started suspecting around 6 weeks? According to them, not because I look different, but because I'm acting different: feeling sick, tired all the time, sitting more, etc.
I still haven't admitted it though! I want to announce it around 12 weeks because I will have had my first scan and obgyn appointment by then. I just want to make sure everything is good before I tell people at work because it's a big staff and word travels quick.
The colleagues I'm very close to at work have actually said that they are no longer asking if I'm pregnant; they KNOW I'm pregnant! haha I just shrug and say we'll see
I noticed the looks/whispers at work at 8 weeks, probably due to my bloated belly AND because I have been eating 1-2 saltine crackers every 2 hours (never did that before) and I haven't been putting in an order for the office coffee run (also new).
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