I am 20 wks, 1 day now! More than halfway there, esp because I'm carrying twins...
I had my very first (ever) BH contraction yesterday. I didn't have any, or rather, didn't feel any with my daughter, and I think that becaus my uterus is fuller than that pregnancy, I'll be feeling much more.
I can't remember if I posted in this thread about our US... we had one March 11 and found out that we are expecting a boy and a girl. There are also a few "problems" that have arrisen-- Baby Boy has a SUA and no abnormalities have been found, but I have an echocardiogram scheduled for next week sometime to check more closely. My perinatologist thinks I may have an underlying kidney problem that has never been diagnosed that is causing elevated blood pressure and protein loss. We won't know anything until after I deliver, but for now, we'll have to treat this like it was a plain ole case of preeclampsia (I had it the first time around, too). I also only have one uterine artery that is functioning properly. Oh, joy. It basically all means that I have to rest more than I normally would and more doctors' visits between now and when I deliver, with an induction or c-section more likely than before (if something goes wrong, they will deliver right away). It's hard to imagine that my babies might be here in 3 months or so. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for August, though.
The babies are squirming around like crazy, and even at this early stage, it gets uncomfortable at times... something that didn't happen until I was 30+ weeks along with dd! I guess everything is different when you're expecting twins.
So far the only complaints I have are the incredible back aches (I seriously look like I am 8 months pregnant) and the overall tiredness. I'm guessing both of those are only going to get worse, though... I guess I should get used to it!