andertrr:I'm in week 8 and found out at week 4 as well! What sucks about learning you're pregnant so early is how slow it takes for this first trimester to be done! For me, it's been pretty miserable so far. I've gone from mountain biking and burning about 1000 calories 3-4 times per week to sitting on the couch and doing nothing and eating chicken nuggets and macaroni & cheese. My dog is super pissed at me because I don't have the energy to take her on the hikes that she expects every week. My husband (poor guy) is doing all the house work and waiting on me hand and foot. Not only am I mourning all the good beer I won't be drinking, I'm mourning the life as I knew it. It's hard to see a light at the end of the tunnel at this point, but I know it's there. Anyone else experiencing this sadness?
Yes, I'm sad and tired!!! My husband is overseas and wont be home until the beginning of next month and I'm totally and utterly exhausted!! I don't want to do anything and walking up the steps to our bedroom has become torture! I'm so used to running up and down the stairs getting snacks and washing clothes and now I'm have to push myself up the stairs and once I'm there I don't go back down....sad I know!! But were pregnant and I'm loving it!!
Same here. also 8 weeks along. was terrified something would go wrong, but i'm
so happy everything is going well so far. good luck to you
I found out very early as well & have been a nervous wreck!! (though I've become a bit calmer as the weeks go by). But I can empathize for sure!!
I too, found out at week 4 and the next day, I had a "Brew Fest" (all the beer any beer fan could hope for, in one place!) and obviously couldnt drink.
I am now 8w4d and I wish this trimester would just hurry along. We are telling the family on Thanksgiving (the day after our first ultrasound) which will put me at nearly 12 weeks. It's been torturous, not being able to tell everyone and their mother. I've definitely told more people than I should have, but the way I figure it, if something God forbid, were to happen, most of these people are the same people I would go to for comfort.
I'm definitely not as anxious as I was when I first found out.. For whatever reason, I just know that this is it... this is my child. If something does happen, I will cross that bridge if need be, but I am not even entertaining that spirit.