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Well, after 18 months of trying with NO success, lots of fertility tests and three months of acupuncture (not in the last few months though), I tested a very faint + this morning! I'm on CD31. My Due Date is December 1st, but I tend to go a little early (9 days with my first, 20 days with my 2nd)

I'm a little hesitant to spread the news since I am having a little brownish discharge. That happens every month to me before I get my period, but I've never gotten a + before. Plus, I've been a little crampy for the past week. I'm trying to stay positive, things are different this month and I did spot a bit with both my kids' pregnancies, but not this early.

This is #3 for me. We have a 7 yr old son and a 4 yr old daughter already.

My husband travels a lot and I get morning sickness so now I'm in "disaster preparedness mode". Clean out our freezer, go shopping and make some oven-ready meals for when I can't bear to cook! Stock up on protein-rich snacks. Lots of fruits and veggies for juicing too!

I'm looking forward to getting to know you all!
post #2 of 6
congratulations!! and super sticky for you!!!
post #3 of 6
Congratulations!!!! I know what you mean about "disaster preparedness mode" I'm right there with you -- I've stocked up on fresh fruit, nuts and some easy snack foods (been craving cashew butter already!!! Must be the fat and protein!)
post #4 of 6
Congratulations!!
post #5 of 6
Disaster preparedness? Ummm...this is my first, so I don't know what I may want during morning sickness time, but I am assuming I'll get it sooner or later.

Well....technically this is my 2nd time being pregnant, but I lost the first one at 5 weeks, and hadn't yet had any ms at that point. I am REALLY REALLY hoping this little one sticks. We've been TTC since July (been NTNP for 18 months or so before that) and are really happy to be expecting.

I'm looking forward to getting to know y'all
post #6 of 6
Congrats!! It took my husband and I a while to conceive as well-- 2 years of NTNP and 7 months of impeccable timing. It's such a relief to finally be pregnant, isn't it?

I wish you a happy and safe pregnancy!
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