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#1 of 2 Old 02-28-2011, 06:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I think my wifey is getting annoyed with me, rofl. I am constantly asking how she feels, if she ate/slept enough, took her vitamin, if her boobs hurt, if she feels nauseous, if she feels different etc etc etc....She laughs and says "We are fine babe...dont worry, quit freaking out!" I guess it feels uneasy looking in, not being able to "Feel" what she feels and stuff. I wanna make sure she is okay and make sure everything is progressing normally. I know by me being worried all the time< its not going to change things or help her, but I cant help it...sigh..

We got 3-22 for an U/S to determine how far along she is and stuff, but it seems as though the days go by so slowly!! eeek

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I've never been on the outside looking in, but it's probably hard either way. Early pregnancy is such a big "what if?" that it is normal to worry if everything is ok, especially since you can't really feel anything yet - except exhausted. Try not to stress too much, added stress will do nothing but make you feel worse. redface.gif My DH has never been outwardly worried, but he does try to take good care of me. I like it that way, because then it calms my nerves some.
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