Mohawk- sending love and light. How difficult it is just not knowing- I find that more worrisome than actually knowing what is going on. I hope they can give you some answers asap.
Erica- those nightmares are horrible. I have similar dreams and they just seem so real it takes a while to shake them off. Lost baby due dates are hard. My first m/c my dd was dec 22nd. Though I am now able to thinknfondly of the little one I lost that is now watching over me and my family, those first couple of years were rough. Trying to put on my game face and celebrate Christmas while missing my baby was tough.
I have a Doppler and decided to dig it out the other day for some reassurance. I was about 14 weeks. I tried for 15 minutes to find the heartbeat and couldn't. Of course I'm freaking out but trying to remember it has always been hard for me to find the hb early on. I finally found it and heard it for a good 45 seconds (I always worry about using the Doppler too long and at that point it had already been 15 min) and then shut it off. I felt confident that I had heard it, but as soon as I shut it off I began doubting myself again. I have an appt on Monday and have kind of set that in my mind as we'll start telling people we're pregnant after that appt so I pray the baby is growing well.
Dh is interviewing for a new job which would be HUGE for our growing family, so we both have been more focused on that than the pregnancy but are hoping if all goes well we'll be able to announce the new job and the new baby together. Anyone who wants to send out positive get the job, healthy baby vibes, we'd greatly appreciate it.