Hi ladies! My dh and i have been ttc for over 2 years now. I have a dd who i 3 and a half now. I am going in on Monday to confirm this pregnancy and get an ultrasound to date it. Since i have pcos i am not sure when i could have conceived my last period was in Feb. I am so excited but this doesn't feel real yet. Anyone else feeling that way or did at first? And i am so nervous and anxious that something is wrong or it was a false positive. ugh! this will be the longest weekend ever!View Thread
I love it i never thought about Harley but ohh i love Quinn its a great nuteral name too. I had a friend in primary school that was a guy named Quinn. We too have had names picked out for 2 plus years. While i was in the er and they confirmed my pregnancy my great grandmother died. she raised me and everyone else that came before me. So now i am going to change it up and use her first name as a middle name if we have a girl. Btw my husband is a complete dork too. "665 geeksView Thread
Thanks ladies! i ended up in the er for the some pain i was having and they confirmed it! i am now 12 2! got my first ob appointment today! oh and in the er i got to see the gummy bear and see its heartbeat!View Thread
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