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post #21 of 23
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I think it's still okay to feel good about how far we've come.... And I am totally with ya, I feel deserving of a medal too. What a ride!

And I think we can all celebrate no matter the outcome .... For our strength, bravery, trust in our bodies and their amazing abilities
post #22 of 23
Ive had such a decrease in pregnancy symptoms lately too...around 11 weeks. Worrys me a little but I do think I remember feeling better in the 2nd tri with other kids. I'm not planning on a first midwife appt for another month or so (by my 4th I know how to take care of myself and it just seems excessive) so won't hear a heartbeat for a bit still. We were not planning on telling anyone until the appointment, but boy am I showing so obviously I am acknowledging to those I see!

Leavesoflaurel we dont do routine ultrasounds either smile.gif
post #23 of 23
I am so glad you started this thread and reminded me that the nausea and total exhaustion eventually subside!!! It was the glimmer of hope I needed to get through the last week! I have been so exhausted! And sure enough yesterday and today I finally am able to eat a bit healthier and am feeling a bit more energized as well! What a relief. I was really beginning to feel down about my inability to get up and do any household stuff at the end of the day! So grateful that DP was sweet and did all the chores with minimal complaints (wish I was that generous)! And like you all have said, this lack of sickness has me still feeling cautious just in case.....
Hope everybody is having a good week!!!!
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