Emaya, glad your trip went well. I guess you don't have any nausea? I'm still anxious about the ~5 hours will be be driving next month to visit family because of how sick I get in the car when pregnant. We did do a lovely hike with our 2-year-old 2 weeks ago, and I didn't feel sick during the almost 1 hour drive.
kewpie, any belly pics to share?
maya, glad you're not feeling sick anymore. I'm almost 14 weeks, and I still feel icky in the morning. . . and at night. . . and several times during the day.
mamma, I'm glad you're going with your gut feeling on the dr. I had a weird feeling about a dr (this was before getting pregnant; I wanted to be tested for why we still weren't pregnant), but I ignored it, thinking, "well, she seems to be doing something at least to test". Well, that was the only test she did and then wanted to put me on progesterone before ovulation to regulate my cycles, which sounded completely counterproductive to me (how was I then to ovulate?), and she was rude/aggressive to top it off. Ugh, should have trusted that first feeling.
chili, you got to hear the heartbeat. I'm so jealous! We've seen it on the monitor (along with some squirming ), but I want to hear it. I loved that test they do near the end (not sure what it's called) where they hook you up to this machine to see if you're having any contractions. Well, that part was boring b/c I never had any until I went into labor, but then they also had the baby's heart beat playing the whole time. Like little galloping horses!
Not much going on here. Still feeling the nausea, as mentioned, but otherwise just tired. And hungry! I'm afraid to look at the scale when we next go to the dr. Speaking of which, that will be in 3.5 weeks. I'll be 17 weeks, so hopefully we will be able to find out the sex of the baby. I'm eager to start thinking of names and setting up his/her room.