Group for the BFPs
Hi, girls! I just wanted to create a group for all the BFPs we have gotten. There have been so many lately and i have gotten to know a lot of you and i don't want to go to another forum. I feel bad talking on other groups about my bfp when others are still trying. So I figured we could talk about things in here too! I am 6w5d today. I have a 2yr old dd and am 39 yrs old. Just starting to get a few symptoms and my eye is twitching out of control. Hope to hear from my other bfp friends!
1355 Replies • 2 years ago
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@Lakarmw - You're bump looks so good! Are you still feeling like baby is dropping more? Since this is my first pregnancy I can only imagine what that feels like. You're in the home stretch though.
@Bautiful38 - Those names are all nice! I think I like Elijah the most. I had a good friend growing up named Jeremiah and you don't meet many of those these days so that's a good choice to go with too. Is Daniel a family name? I'm praying that your guy feeling is right and that the blood test was wrong. It's common for that first one to get it wrong. Are you still waiting on scheduling for your level 2 ultrasound?
AFM - I'm starting to feel more pressure and aches down in my lower abdomen, I guess under my Uterus. Haven't looked it up but I assume it's normal. I've also been getting fatigued in the afternoons more easily then before. They checked my TSH again and it's higher then September but still in the normal range for pregnant women so it's not that. I'm getting anxious about the glucose test coming up... The fatigue is whats making be more anxious. Still loving all the kicks and looking forward to starting the third trimester next week!
1 year ago
Flamingogirl- daniel is just a name i liked. We still deciding though lol. I am still waiting on prenatal specialist to call with an appointment for the level 2 ultrasound. Had a lil hiccup with insurance but got resolved finally.
Rooroo917- thank you thats the one i like too!
Tryingafterloss- how exciting just a few more weeks and you will be holding your baby girl!
1 year ago
Beaut1ful38 I'm keeping my fingers crossed all is well
Well...I'm still pregnant lol. Yesterday I walked a 10k walk...like a crazy woman with my dog...I spent the rest of the day bouncing on my exercise ball we dtd twice....so I definitely can't say I didn't try to help along the sweep and I've barely even had any back ache so I'm highly doubtful it's done anything at all.... 3 days til due date little one....time to get a move on. On the plus side it's my son's 5th birthday party tomorrow so at least I won't miss it - it's at a soft play centre so I will definitely be having a couple of trips down the slides to see if it helps xxx
1 year ago • Edited
Just a quick update...Nancy Grace is doing well and we will be home soon. And thank you for all your lovely well wishes. I must say it's true what they say about 3rd labours...it was awful but she is worth it.
Tryingafteraloss, Kelliria not long to go at all now
Skellynet190 i had it on and off for a week or two before i had Nancy xxx
1 year ago
Thank you everyone...We are all so in love...had 2 nights home now. Nancy has slotted right in and so far seems very content, she slept 6hours last night so feeling good today. Her brother and sister both love her very very much.
How are all of you other mummies doing? Any more signs of pending arrivals? xxx
1 year ago
@Lakarmw - Congratulations! She is a beauty! I bet her siblings love her a ton! How old are her siblings? DH and I are trying to decided how close/far apart we want our kids.
AFM - I'm in the third trimester and loving all the activity! Sleeping is getting harder but I knew that would happen. Sometimes baby is super active and I'm definitely feeling hiccups now. I have my next OB appointment next week and I'm doing the Glucose test and more blood work this week. I'm nervous about the Glucose test but I know I just have to get it over with.
I've had a lot of pelvic pressure/pain since 27 weeks. I called the OB's and they think it's baby's position at this point. It hurts when I stand up/sit down and feels like my bones down there are sore. The worst is when I try and apply pressure to something with my feet. Like I can't take my shoes off with my feet by stepping on the heals becasue it sends a sharp pain into my pelvis The nurse I talked to said this will probably be my "new normal", so I'm trying to get used to it. They said if it's not excruciating then to just wait for my next OB appointment. I can still function normally, just slower so in my head it's not excruciating just yet. It's worse at work and I think it's because of how much I get up and down and the position I sit in at my desk.
1 year ago
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