I have never used those tests so I am not sure, but I agree, I see a line on the second pic. But I would worry about a evap line after that long. Guess the only thing to do is wait and test again tomorrow or the next day. GL
claire - sending sticky bean dust your way - sounds like either the previous was IB, or you are getting ready to ovulate. Either way, exciting times
Sunny - YAY!
Sasha - my stretch marks are the same; I have a TON on my butt/hips but really none on the tummy. I have several on my boobs too. Pretty much all of them from the first pregnancy. My SIL got them across her tummy, and she's still feeling really self-conscious about them (baby was born in April). I tried to convince her they are beautiful reminders/badges of pregnancy, but she just got really mad that I didn't have any on my tummy. Although she did seem to cheer up when I showed her my hip, and how faint they get over time.
AFM, spending the day at home with my girls (LO at his normal daycare), as it was a teacher improvement day, and I have been fed up with work lately. I'm technically doing a half day work from home, catching up on documentation. Reading message boards is documentation, right???
Claire- I hope its your !!!!! cant wait to find out
afm- we did a lot of running around yesterday and I was feeling a little crampy and had a lot of pressure. today my back was achey and I lost a lot of plug. I have never lost any plug before 35 weeks at the earliest in any of my pregnancies. I called my ob and I am to call the after hours ob if I lose anymore plug, start having a lot of cramps/contractions, or any bleeding. I guess im just gonna take it easy this weekend and see how it goes.
Melissa - I hope you get lots of rest tonight and that things end up being ok!
I love the humor too. It helps a lot, especially when I'm so darn emotional! We were all watching a movie (Friday is family movie night), and my LO was snuggled up close. He lost interest, and started playing with his favorite toy (wooden animal blocks). Out of the blue he hit me with one right between the eyes. It hurt like crazy, I sprang up and said owie, put him down on DH and took the block away. DH immediately asked why not put him in an actual timeout spot (LO just recently gained the ability to climb out of the playpen), and I have no idea why but him questioning me made me cry. Like full on sobbing - I yelled at him that we dont HAVE a real time out spot right now, and understandably he got angry that I was yelling at him, and was like what the heck? I said something silly like 'why would the first thing you say be to criticize me when I'm obviously hurt and crying!!!' The look on his face was so completely baffled, and all I could do was run out of the room so the little ones didn't see me totally lose it.
The whole episode was over in just a few minutes, but wowie did I feel so sad.
Oh, FeistyMom, If you're still feeling rough, then you have my complete sympathy... When you get to the point that the story is funny - you have my understanding then too. I regularly have moments like that and DH and I still think fondly about the time I had a Complete Meltdown because I didn't have a coat that fit me and DH reminded me we were going to be late for dinner if we didn't hurry. I went so far as to lay down in the middle of the living room floor Sobbing because we were going to be late. Poor Hubby. It was our first pg and he didn't have a CLUE what to do with me!! Don't ya just love being emotionally unstable?
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