Bleach! What I meant to say was, Banana, CrunchyMama, and mama_b, thank you so much for the tips/pep talk about homeschooling. We're still not 100% sure what we're going to do, but I'm feeling better about the whole thing. Thank you!!!
One more thing on schooling, though. I just was filling out the application for another private school and DH had this sad look, so I asked him what was up. He responded that he was feeling "like a fool" because if we only had the two guys (our sons), we would be able to afford to send them to this school, which DH really likes. But with three, we can't (without financial aid). I'm gad that he's being honest, and I understand his fears, but gee whiz, not someone that a pregnant lady really wants to hear, you know? So I'm left feeling sort of crummy. I know it's normal, and we all have fears when we're bringing a new life into the world and that it will "all look better in the morning" (thank you, Downton Abbey), but it does make me sad right now,
So, in other news, I had a weird thing happen the other day. Twice over the past week, I've needed to pee and could not pee. I just couldn't go. So I called the Ob, who said that this sometimes happens. It's not super common, but apparently sometimes the uterus pushes on the urethra, effectively blocking the pee. He said if it gets really bad, I may need to either wear a catheter or learn to self-catheterize myself. How awesome would that be? Not!!!
. The good news is that it usually resolves by like 13 weeks. I'm just hoping it doesn't happen again!
Carmen, awesome news about the ultrasound!
And, for whoever was asking (tough to look back on the iPad - last time I did, I almost deleted my whole post!), I'm also AMA. Will be 36 when this one gets here. I'm not sure whether it's that or being at an Ob after having a midwife the last time, but there has been a lot more talk about potential amnio than I ever had before. Not loving that. Hopefully that concern will all be put to bed after my NT scan next week.