Hey! I think if you think you're ready then you're ready. You know yourself the best! I was 18 when my ex husband and I got pregnant, 19 when I had my son and was divorced a year after that. Even though At one point I was working 3 jobs, being a single mom, and going to Uni, not once did I wish I had done it differently, lol! I love my sons and my life just the way it is. There is a 10 year gap between my oldest and his brother. DH and I are trying for another now. I'd like to have a girl, but I wouldn't mind if I ended up adding another boy to my boys.
I didn't think there would be others like me! I turned 21 in Augs. I also started college in Augs. Me & my dh have been ttc for almost a years. This may sound SUPER crazy but we also been dating for soon to be a year next month but we known each other since second grade. Crazy right? He is the one that's more excited and is always thinking I'm pregnant. My belly have gotten rounder, I been vomiting and gagging like crazy, my boobs started feeling sore and I been getting regular cycles which is big considering I been irregular since I was 16. I'm hoping this is finally it. I hate finding out that hpt is a bfn. I pray its a bfp! We are planning everything. Our wedding, the baby shower and getting a place of our own. I know my family is going to be upset but his family is supporting what we want. His mom is already buying baby things because they been having dreams about us having a baby! I always dream of having a son name Lucas. I think its weird but I'm okay with it. Sorry for ranting. It just feels good finding others like me and having someone to show everything with!!! I haven't told anyone I've been ttc...
Kazine! Might be a go0d sign! Keeping FX'd! I kn0w what you mean with symptom spotting. It drives me mad! Sometimes I dont know what I feel. Temp stil going up,so still keeping my hopes up! All ladies should report back please! Feeling excited for us all!! :-)
Kazine, I'm getting excited for you, I really hope this is it!
AdibaB, thank you so much! I was really worried I wouldn't find many people who would be able to talk about a situation like this but it shows, I can! I'm really happy for you and hoping that this time you've got a little girl to add to your family keep us posted!
Wishing_, I know what you mean! I was worried noone would reply to this/understand why I wanted to have a baby, even though I'm still young etc You can rant on as much as you like, we all do!
I haven't told anyone I'm ttc concieve either and I'm not sure how...
Me either. I think I'll just tell them when I find out. My boyfriend thinks this is it. Everyone is always asking how for along am I. It makes me feel fat because I don't know if there is a baby. He laughs whenever someone asks him that. I'm going to be testing at the end of the month. I'm not sure when I get my af but I'm having a feeling if I do get it, its going to be late because I been stressed out with school & the puppy.
Thanks guys. Got another BFN this morning but I'm still imagining lines where there isn't any. My temp was right up this morn but it might be because my BF was in bed with me and usually hes been at work for a few hours before I have the chance to temp so I'm not looking too far into that.
It goes without saying that were definitely keeping this thread active with our progress haha. The group of young'uns having young'uns! I love it, always knew I wanted to be a young mum.
I'm definitely not telling anyone until my first scan. Having to tell everyone i miscarried last time was too painful.
How are we gonna tell our OHs when we get out BFP? I honestly hope its a weekday when i get it so my OH will be at work and I can just surprise him at work and go, guess what! Lol! maybe with a baby "i love my daddy" baby gro or something!
I was thinking of doing the same thing Kazine! Mines work at a party store so I'm thinking of dragging him to the baby section and ask him which invitation should we get (even though they don't got the theme we picked for our babies. If it's a boy its going to be a lion king theme & its a girl, she is going to have a pink safari theme but I'm thinking about changing it to precious moments.) I might also just sleep the hpt in his pocket. Now that I'm thinking about it, it sounds lame...
I'm not in your shoes, but I have been to Uni, and I do have a child. Both of those things (university and having a newborn) are very stressful on their own. When my daughter was born it was very difficult to function due to sleep deprivation and fatigue- I can't imagine studying on top of that. So I'm curious, how do you plan to balance both, especially considering your Oh works full time?
The time line you got is cute Zeri. Well personally for me there could be days where I can take the baby to school. They have a day care in the building and one across the street. I'm in school for 3 soon to be 4 days a week. On one of those days my OH is off from work so he can stay home and watch the baby. He even have a friend of the family who owns a day care so we also got that. We have a few alternatives.
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