Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Good News! I'm feeling more...up...!

I suppose I need to stop stressing about things and just focus on school. Ha. I really am trying to do just that. It is really difficult because my mind is definitely elsewhere. Tomorrow I have a Dr. Appt with an OBGYN who was recommended to me by a new friend in my English class. She has a 7 week old daughter and is still in school, working hard. That's always nice to see. Lloyd (the father) comes into town tonight to go with me tomorrow. Just so I don't have to go alone. So I guess I shouldn't have been so hard on him over the last few days. He's coming around. I went to the clinic at school yesterday and got a revised due date of April 27th. It puts me a tiny bit ahead of where I thought I was, and so it was good news. I guess I should start talking about my actual pregnancy (still is so strange to say that...), as that is what this blog is for....So here we go:

Symptoms:
fatigue
breast tenderness
constipation (oh get over it)


.... And that's about it. See? No wonder I didn't think I was pregnant. I haven't been too too sick other than last Thursday... The only other thing I have noticed is that I quite enjoyed a tuna fish sandwich from Jimmy Johns yesterday. I H A T E tuna more than any food. So that was strange.

I suppose that is all for now. Telling my parents on FRIDAY. Wish me luck.

*Lacey Jane*

On another note- Happy 21st Birthday to my wonderful best friend Heather aka my little embryos Godmother. Be safe tonight Heather... drink for me too, but you know the rules about you know....expiring early...none of that.

1 comment:

Criss said...

You have a good head on your shoulders. You know what's best for you, and you'll find a way to make all this work.

If finances are an issue, Planned Parenthood charges for their services (pre-natal care) on a sliding scale based on your income (or lack thereof). Look into them - they are great people.

(I know you mentioned going there for WIC info and blood test, but I didn't know if you're going to them for your medical needs or if you were only stopping in for info before settling on a "real" doctor - but they ARE real doctors.)