Hi all - I have been lurking around trying to find a thread to start of this new chapter of my life in. I found a few great ones but I thought, maybe just maybe I can make my own.
Here's a little about me:
My name is Terra and I live in AZ (hence the screen name) I am 33 and pregnant for the third time. I had a miscarriage and an ectopic. The ectopic has resulted in my infertility and my journey through IVF.
I am happy to say that after 6 years my hubby and I are expecting our first child in May (May 20).
So I thought I'd start a thread for anyone and everyone having a spring baby! Let's share our symptoms, stories, bumps and rants! I look forward to meeting more ladies out there to share this journey with no matter how you got there, we are all fighting for the same result; a happy and healthy pregnancy!
Let me know your due dates and I will add to this page!
Hi TeeinAZ! I am due in May also (just!) but here in Australia that makes my baby a winter bub!! Suits me fine, I do not want to be heavily pregnant over summer! I'm 32 and pregnant with #2. I have a 15 month old son who keeps me busy constantly with his antics and I am looking forward to giving him a little brother or sister to play with. My due date's the 27 th of May by my calculations, I'm not going to go to the dr until I make it to about 10 weeks though. So excited to be going through this again.. Mind if I join you?
I live the idea of this thread! I'm also 33 and expecting our first on April 17th, thigh we have our official dating scan in a week and a half so I guess that could change. We were lucky enough to fall pregnant right before starting meds and iui and we ate just over the moon!!!
Except for the tiredness and night time nausea, I've been feeling well. How about you ladies?
I'm due May 2nd, 35yrs old, fella's 48. We're both English but live in Spain and this is my first and his second (his son's all grown up now, though). It's all very surreal and I'll probably relax a bit in 2nd trimester; until then, this place is a Godsend as the only people I've told in 'real life' are some family members in UK and a couple of colleagues - out of necessity - that I have gigs with this weekend, in case I run offstage being sick (which is highly likely).
I would love to join you! I am due April 29th. This will be our second child. My daughter is almost 4. We had no trouble conceiving her, but had to resort to IVF after trying for 18 months this time around. I am currently pregnant with twins, but the doctors say baby B isn't going to make it, so hopefully we will be having one healthy little bub.
I live in Connecticut, and I'm a middle school teacher. Morning sickness and preteenagers don't really mix, I must say! Can't wait for the first tri to be over so I feel normal again!
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