So, I had an ultrasound yesterday and I was a little nervous. I don't have the best track-record with ultrasounds, so I think that warrants a little uneasiness. I was in the room, and the whole time the tech was taking pictures I was on the edge of my seat. When she left to take the pictures to the doctor, I felt a bit easier. My sister-in-law, Renee, was able to come in since Quenton wasn't here, and we both got to see little bumblebee, kickin' and movin' away! It was one of the sweetest things I've ever seen! After that I felt pretty confident that everything was going to be ok. I had a doctor appointment today, and she verified that everything was good, bumblebee and me too, so now I have no worries whatsoever. :) NOW, all the excitement and emotion of knowing that we'll be bringing a new life into the world is here, and it's pretty overwhelming! I LOVE this baby! I can't believe how much I love it!
I've been more emotional than usual the last month or so, so now that this apprehension is gone, I'm pretty sure I'll be a complete wreck. I LOVE IT!!!
Sunday, March 28, 2010
So, it only took us 14 months, but we are pregnant again! :) It was a total surprise! We were on fertility meds up until about November, then we took a break to see if my cycle would go back to normal. It didn't, so I had set up an appointment to talk to my doctor, to see if I needed to start the fertility regiment again. I happened to have an extra pregnancy test lying around, so the morning of the day I was supposed to have my doctor appointment I took the test. I was alone at the time, with Quenton being in Weyburn, so when I saw the "+", I just walked around the house saying "Oh, my gosh" about 10 times, looked for the camera to take a picture for Quenton, and then tried to figure out what to do next. :) I ended up sending a picture to Quenton's phone and he was SO excited!! Anyway, I went for an ultrasound to figure out how far along I was, and at that point I was about 7 1/2 weeks. I'm almost 11 weeks now, and even though I've been feeling lousy, I'm grateful for everything I'm going through. :) It's really fun thinking of names, planning the nursery, buying a new VAN, which I love, by the way, and just thinking to the future. It's a little scary, you know, thinking of myself as being a mom, but I'll adjust. I know Quenton will be the best dad ever. :)
Yup, 2010 is going to be a good year.