Hi there, I am a bit of an imposter here, but was just having a look around the boards. I felt the same towards the end of first tri. I knew I wasnt fitting in any more as a lot of the posts were from people in the very early days, but I still found that what was being talked about in second tri, gender scans, anomoly scans, maternity clothes, nurseries etc were way too far ahead for me.
I moved over at just over 13 weeks, but it took me a few weeks to post anything and even longer to settle. I was only just beginning to feel at home, contribute to posts etc when I realised that I was third trimester.
I dont think you ever really get your head around all of what is going on and, well I have found, time does move quite quickly. When I was in first tri, I think someone posted a 10 weeks + thread and that was handy as most of the girls there were feeling the same.
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