Wow! Aimee that is great! What a little bean!!!
Demeter, we lived with my husband's parents for 6 months when we were engaged and waiting for people to move out of the house we bought. We lucked out and got along well with them but I can def. understand how wanting and needing your own place feels. And as for feeling if-y about being pregnant I can understand that, too. I got pregnant with DD 6 weeks after having our first daughter stillborn and I had just come out of a few day stint in a mental health ward of a hospital for a suicide watch and ended up having a lot of bleeding early on with the pregnancy. I know a lot of the time I either was in denial of being pregnant or felt that it was probably going to be a miscarriage or ectopic. I got pregnant in May and it took me driving past some corn and noticing that it wasn't green anymore and had turned brown and was ready to harvest for me to accept that I was pregnant and almost 20 weeks! Don't feel bad if you are not always feeling connected to your bump. It can take a while when other big things are on your mind.
LilyTIger, I had to quit my job when I was in my first trimester with DD#1. I was calling in sick 3 days a week. I hope it lets up for you soon. I can't say I have any real advice on how to get through it, but I can commiserate. I can also understand the scared feelings. I was going to say something else about the scared feelings but DD distracted me and pregnancy brain made it disappear so I will tell you later if I can remember...haha. Sorry!