Hi! I am expecting my first and am due Jan 2! I am pretty much in the same boat as you...I have everything you mentioned and also BLOATED! I feel so silly sometimes bc I have this pooch that I have never had before. I know its not baby but it sure is there! Have you had any scans yet?
My due date is December 5th, most of my symptoms are gone by now, except I'm still exhausted. Every once in a while my boobs/nipples will start hurting again. Nausea and headaches when I don't eat for a while. But pretty much since I hit 10 weeks I've been great.
Hi Ladies I'm 4w4d and due January 23rd! I only go for a scan June 12th which is 3 weeks away(long wait for me!). Only symptoms I got is so sore boobies and don't sleep enough! I wake up at 2/3am everyday! BreakingDawn & Barbikins- congrats to both of you! So happy u got your bfp's! I've been a few of your threads and kinda know what you girlies went through to get where you are! So very pleased for you girls! And congrats to everyone else (and to me)*yay*!!!
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