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@izzetoot I'm enjoying trying to pick out the 3 words that looked wonky to you that required looking up I do the same thing!
My first Monday Bitchfest, so I'm letting it all out! For starters, my gums bleeding every time I floss isn't so great. It's killing me having to wait for the first OBGYN visit (9 more days... but who's counting??). Since this is my first, I've been in a fog and unable to think of anything else- so a big test I'm supposed to be studying for has gone by the wayside while I look up all the weird symptoms my science experiment of a body has been going through (the latest- allergic reaction to a wave of my own damned hormones yesterday which left my arm and hand covered in itchy bumps). Plus the fact that I am just over halfway through grad school and planned to finish school first, but now will be taking a year off and my student loans will be coming-a-knocking on my door (they may want my first born when I can't pay the $800+ per month that they want). The disappointment from my family at the pause in my education will be profound. These headaches UGH! Before I found out I was prego, I went all bright pink and purple with my hair, which is now fading so fast it's insane and I can't do squat about it until at least the second trimester. In fact, there are so many things I would have taken care of before-hand if I had planned this. I would have lost the 30 pounds I had left to go after the first 37 I lost to get to my goal weight too. I feel like a cow. Don't get me wrong, I'm excited and happy, and no one is ever really totally ready for this, but I'm also really worried about all of the things we need to figure out. My main full-time job, which is my dream job managing a non-profit art museum, doesn't have short term disability or FMLA, I'm due right when a big show is opening, I can't enroll for classes again in the fall so I'll likely be in a wheelchair by the time I get my M.A., we have a one bedroom apartment (it's beautiful, but where are we going to put all the baby stuff?) and we can't afford a bigger place, my car should be replaced for a safer more reliable one but that's also out of our price range, just so many things. AND we haven't told our parents yet so I feel awful about lying and hiding things from them. My mom will be over the moon but my dad, who is this hyper-active over-achieving triple iron man, isn't the #1 fan of DH and believes I should wait another 5 years at least to have kids (I'm 32, I'm AOK with having them at this age). In fact, most of my family spent most of the last year telling me how we should wait to have kids. Not looking forward to spilling the beans to most of the family. Over-thinking EVERYTHING, crazy dreams, weird sleep patterns, and desperately trying to take it one day at a time. Now if the damned doctor's appointment would hurry up, I could at least have one less thing to worry about! I want to see & hear my little nugget!