I've been cramping all day, accompanied by lower back pain, and now I've started spotting. I've read this is normal, but, needless to say, I'm still concerned. I'm thankful it's not bleeding (I had to research the difference between the two).
Things have been pretty off between the Mr. and me since I told him about the BFP. He seems very distant, and I'm not sure why. This was planned, so I don't know what is going through his mind. We need to talk, because, I don't need the added stress . . .
Just scheduled my first OB visit. As I'd read, they usually don't see you until 8 weeks, so I have to wait. I'm trying not to think about it, but, how can I not?! The Mr. is taking care of changing our insurance info for next year and all the other responsible things we need. Gotta love him!
I had a hard time sleeping last night. There were severe thunderstorms in neighboring counties, and our EBS alarm kept going off whenever something changed. I still got up and worked out though. I worked my legs and core, but not as hard as usual. I've been waiting for this a long time and would be devastated if anything happened, because I just had to workout.
I have so many questions for my doctor! I have some cramping on the left side. I wonder what that is. I'm sure it's normal, but, I'm overly cautious. I'm running a half marathon next Thursday, another one December 18th, and yet another one February 12th. I've been looking forward to them and pray they will not harm my little one. I don't think they will, since I was a runner prior to now, but I have so many questions!
I've been feeling extremely tired lately, and AF was due to visit over a week ago, but has yet to make an appearance. I decided to take a digital HPT today and was rewarded with a BFP! I had to do a double/triple/quadruple take, because I just could NOT believe it. We've only been TTC since late September, and it looks like we may have succeeded! I'm trying not to get too excited until I get the official word from my doctor, but I told the Mr. anyway. I broke the news to him in a greeting card, "You have been a wonderful husband. I just KNOW you will be a wonderful father! p.s. I'm pregnant!" I think he's happy, but he's just so cool. We'll see . . .
Kay Dub is a 38 year old stay at home mother of 3 fur babies, a preschooler and a toddler. An avid runner, marathon mom, fitness buff and triathlete in training, her most challenging goal is becoming a Proverbs 31 woman and "Wife After God".