- I contacted a therapist and set up my first appointment. She couldn't get me in until Nov 11th but at least it's scheduled.
- I opened up to Hubs that night about everything. He was very understanding and said he would help in whatever way he could. It was a good conversation and it helped to set me at ease a little bit. I guess I was really holding a lot in because after that convo I finally slept well and woke up feeling good the next morning. That hasn't happened in a long time.
- I called up a friend to get together for lunch on Saturday. I'm glad I did.
- I went to a Halloween Party last night and saw a lot of people and it was totally fine. I even ran into our friend A and his mysterious wife (remember them? The ones we unexpectedly ran into at the RE's office last year when we were going through IVF but I STILL had not met her?) and she's PG too, about 2 weeks behind me! AND, I like her! I thought she would be weird and snobby or something but she wasn't! I hope we get together more.
So now I'm a bit over 15 weeks which means we have less than 2 weeks until our anatomy scan. I also have a routine prenatal appt this Tues with the high risk OB. Hopefully everything will go well there because Hubs can't come. I know I'm still PG because I can feel the stretching, etc. every day but I'm still afraid. I think I have PTSD from the last appt when I thought it was all over.
My belly has officially popped in the last weekish. Here I am in all my saggy-ass maternity pants glory:
My maternity pants fit me well with the last pregnancy but this time they are too big since I had lost some weight right before getting PG. I absolutely refuse to buy more at this point though since I suspect that if I continue with my crap-filled diet I will fill them up soon enough. For now I will deal with the sag.
I'm still holding steady at -1 lb below starting weight. I suspect this is because I still hate all food. Every now and then something will sound good so I run right out and get it on the spot since that happens so seldom. Otherwise I mostly have to force myself to eat. There's a lot of cereal consumption happening 'round here. Nausea's still hanging in there but I can't complain. Plus, the Zofran usually works.
Other than that things are fine physically and I'm just waiting.
Thank you to everyone who offered support over the last week. I really appreciate it. <3