OK, I'm a bit late to the party, but:
1) Start charting. You can CTA, and then one night you and your hubby can be fooling around, and you can tell him that you're fertile, and he can NOT reach for the condoms, and neither do you, and you can make a baby together and the decision is over and done with quickly
So much easier than coming off BCP or whathaveyou.
2) With some pregnancy tests, you can get a BFP at 8 dpo. You need to know what you're looking for, but it's possible. That said, I reckon you might be
has some information on bringing about a late period. BUT charting would tell you whether you're late or not, or if this is just a screwy cycle (this is a technical term that you will need on the CTA thread.)
4) The biggest risk to your health from obesity during pregnancy is the increased risk of induction or caesarean section. THEN there is the risk of gestational diabetes. In that order. I'm not saying you shouldn't lose the weight if you want to, but it's nothing to get hysterical about.
5) There is never, ever, a perfect time to have a baby. You are planning a blind leap into the unknown, and sometimes you need to stop thinking and just do it.