How have you found trying? You're right its early days for us but let's hope this is the start of a healthy 9 months for us. Will b nice to share it, I don't know anyone pregnant at the moment in 'real life'.
I'm 28 and husband is 30. I remember getting the bfp with my son. It was surreal. It was fab this time too....just not as bigger shock knowing it can happen. How did u tell ur partner?
This was only cycle 2 of TTC so we've been very fortunate. I wasn't very creative telling hubby, just ran downstairs and shoved the test in his face! I would like to do something a bit more exciting for telling family, though. My parents especially as this will be their first grandchild will you do anything fun to tell people?
I'm 25 and husband is 35, we're in Edinburgh. We only know one other couple locally that have kids. Most of my girlfriends aren't really 'there' yet. Did you find it easy to meet mama buddies when expecting your son? I must admit I do worry about being a lonely preggo sometimes! Especially as both of our families live 100s of miles away
I did something similar with my hd. Both times I just blurted out I'm pregnant. The excitement over ruled me planning anything better! Although with my son we told our family Christmas day which was just after the scan. We sat to eat and I was offered the mushrooms with sliton....I said I can't in my condition. Then the penny dropped it was lovely really made Christmas day. This time, knowing my brother in law and his wife have struggled I think we will b a bit more tactful and low key. I know my mum and sister will be ecstatic thou.
I meet some ladies at the local aquanatal. Loved it,but on the whole I've kept my original friends, all if whom had no children. A few have had some now. I've quite liked it because it kept me from talking babies all the time x
Im in the Uk , expecting baby #4 hopefully will be another homebirth, really excited about it, struggling to eat caus my appetite has all but gone during the day i just want to eat in the evening when the nausea eases
Hi! I'm Beca and expecting my 2nd baby around 11th September! I live in Aberystwyth, Wales with my husband and our daughter, who turned 1 last month! I'm having to wait just under another fortnight to see my GP to get a referral to a midwife as 28th January was the earliest available appointment! On the plus side I should see a midwife and get a scan very quickly after referral as I'll be almost 8 weeks by the time I get referred but I don't find it feels quite so real until I see a GP and it only feels properly real once I have my booking appointment! So I bought 2 more pregnancy tests so I can reassure myself these next couple of weeks! I actually feel pregnant now though! The pregnancy sickness (I would say morning sickness but it hits me worst in the evenings!) kicked in full force yesterday! I feel sick when I'm hungry and worse 5 minutes after I've eaten! Chocolate makes me feel ill too, which isn't so great! I'm also tireder than usual and I'm less patient than usual as a result , which makes me feel guilty as my daughter sometimes ends up baring the brunt of it! All that withstanding, I'm still really excited and absolutely thrilled!
We all have varying experiences and backgrounds which I'm sure will come in hand when one of us needs advice and support.
I'm going to see my Gp next Tuesday. I'm so tempted to buy one of those tests that tell u how far a long you are. I've only used a bog standard one from work. But the sensible part of me says why spend a tenner!
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