Welcome to the new ladies!
I am with you gals who find that the computer screen seems to irritate nausea... which is rather inconvinient since I run websites, lol!
I signed up for the text4baby service
which is kind of fun - they just send a few text messages each week, keyed to your due date, with tips on a healthy pregnancy. I like getting them and they're free, so they don't count against your total text quota
I love all that "you get this because you're pregnant and special" stuff (well, except the formula samples!!)
As far as vehicles are going, this DDC seems to have a lot of "bigger" families
We are cruising in an '03 Dodge Caravan. We have 3-across in the back - our 5yo and 7yo boys are in Radians and our 8yo girl is in a Britax Regent. Our 23mo is in the middle and will be in a Britax Boulevard soon. The babe will be in a Graco SS1 beside him in the middle. That will fill our van to capacity!
Kellie - I am also having way less symptoms this pregnancy than my other four. I'll be six weeks tomorrow and I'm starting to feel twinges of nausea but it's not bad yet.
Katie - I eat tons of protein to deal with nausea. Do not worry about it! As long as you are eating good food, your weight will balance out for the babe. It's hard in our weight-obsessed society but girl, your baby's most vital systems are forming right now and the food does so much good. Eat
Me - I am totally dreading a winter pregnancy and the thought of maternity pants. I already find myself unbuttoning my jeans most of the time when I sit down. I made it through my last pregnancy (October baby) in flowing skirts. I'm seriously thinking of makings some heavy courdory or denim skirts with yoga pants under to get through the snow this year...
Feeling a bit better about the tuna this week... I'll just eat more salmon and I may order some of the canned tuna discussed last week! Always nice to buy from a family operation