phrogger, we're kind of in the same place as you, Grace was 37 weeks by my LMP date, but I didn't have an early scan and even though we weren't trying for a baby, I think I can remember the dates we DTD and what kind of birth control we used and which was most likely to fail, tmi, but I think the little swimmers getting past a diaphragm is more likely than an unbroken condom, which puts her at roughly 36+3 gestation at birth. She was in the NICU for inability to maintain her blood sugar, but as she was neither small or big, prematurity is the best explaination for that.
Interestingly, our doctor isn't concerned about her weight gain, she's 9lb today at 9 weeks and 1 day, that's from a birth weight of 7lb4oz, but they count from her lowest weight, which was 6lb9oz at 5 days old and thus she's gained within the 1lb-2lb a month that they expect. However the lactation consultants use the WHO chart and she's not so good on that, I also have the charts they used for our other kids in the UK and she's not so good on those either! I'm also concerned as I know that with our first who was a tiny 5lb13oz at birth, that his weight gain was considered just about ok at this stage and then within the next two weeks was disasterous and he even lost a bit. However I do wonder if it could have been related to vaccines as he did react a bit to them, so given Grace is breastfed, not in daycare and the kids aren't in school, I told the doctor we'd wait until 2 months after her due date and not do any today. I'm glad no one is pressuring is to do anything regarding weight gain, but I don't feel entirely confident just nursing and hoping, I think I need to be more proactive to maintain supply, as I think her latch just isn't quite good enough to fully stimulate me and that she needs the help of a good supply to get good feeds.
I'm feeling pretty good myself, I'd been depressed since the middle of the pregnancy and even 2-3 weeks ago was still feeling rotten, but we upped my meds slightly and it seems to have done the trick. I'm finding mornings hard despite getting a good night of sleep (DH bottle feeds her pumped milk in the night), but I think that's due to narcolepsy, I made an appointment with my neurologist tomorrow and I'll see if there is anything that's ok for me to take when I first wake up to stop me dozing back off again and then struggling to get out of bed.
Anne, Christian mummy to Nathanael 05/28/03, Ada 06/10/05, Grace 05/24/09