cryswilkins -- HOORAY!!
border stories -- Your post almost brought tears to my eyes! Hooray! And how exciting to be farther along than you thought! It's even closer now!
MissE -- That's crazy (to me) to talk of lawnchairs and planting and mowing lawns! Today's *high* is supposed to be 35*! And yesterday it was snowing and blowing through most of the day! And I'm so excited your mom gets to come help you out! And for THREE MONTHS! That's awesome! What a wonderful support you'll have!! (and it makes me realize how blessed I am to have my MIL *and* my parents in town!)
Ruby Rose -- How completely disheartening :( I hope you can talk with your midwife and see if she has an thoughts as to what you should do at this point now :/
Milano -- So glad you got some sleep :) And hooray for reaching 10 weeks! Every week (especially in the early weeks) is a huge milestone... one I know that I cherished every time as it passed by... because I'm carrying a rainbow baby as well.
2sweetsparrows -- I think around 10 weeks is when my exhaustion startd to lift a bit and I began the laborious chore of catching up on laundry (ugh... two weeks later and I feel like I'm STILL trying to catch up! A family of six generates WAY TOO MUCH laundry! .. and.. yikes... I won't think about SEVEN yet!). I hope you start to feel great (not TOO great, of course... it sounds terrible, but I don't want you to be worrying about how things are going.. so I'll wish you enough energy to get things done, but peppered with bits of nausea as reminders that things are still baking well ;) ).
AFM ... I think I'm going to head down to my sewing room and SEW! My mom has all four girls for a few hours, so I'm in my house ALL ALONE! And while I nap sounds DIVINE, I feel like I should do SOMETHING... and sewing sounds more fun than cleaning ;)