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!
1366 Replies • 3 years ago
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Tryingafteraloss, i thought i was a day ahead of you. I have only felt her a few times. Maybe 10 at the most, and only 2xs with hand. I felt dd way earlier. I worry some but i hear her hb and feel somewhat better.
Neomasie, glad to hear you have stopped traveling. That will certainly help with the fatigue and help you rest more. If you are used to working like that, it may feel boring at first but you will need the rest! Hopefully your appetite will improve as well.
3 years ago • Post starter
@kelliria definitely looking forward to the rest. Work has picked up since April but I'm not going to be bored at all once it stops! It's getting too challenging with all this increased weight and fatigue.
I'm yet to feel baby with my hand. The flutters are also off and on, some days I feel him/her much more than others. It freaks me out on the days I barely feel movement. Today is one of them. But I know it's normal for me not to feel consistent movement at this point and I only felt my daughter from the outside at 21/22 weeks, once, in my last pregnancy.
Good luck at your upcoming appointment!
3 years ago
Good morning Ladies :) hope everyone is well?
Tryingafterloss I hope your cold gets better soon :( my only tip would be to always makes sure you squeeze when you cough of sneeze, to prevent oops moments seems to be working well so far for me, but the odd occasions I've forgotten and had a big cough I gave had a little oops moment hehe, but squeezing seems to work.
Neomasie good luck for Friday :) so exciting to see baby again. I hopefully won't need anymore scans now until my baby is born so now the temptation to find out has gone it's really exciting and fun guessing with everyone whether it's a girl or a boy. I can't wait to see when he/She is born though.
Kelliria great bump, do you know what you having yet? my guess would be boy from your bump.
All is going well for me at the moment, 22 weeks tomorrow, starting to feel a little uncomfortable but not too bad, feel a little breathless just walking round the house at times. Baby is kicking me like crazy, you can now see ripples and bumps on my tummy when hey do it it, my husband's living feeling it all too, I've also not used my doppler for weeks for the movement is regular as it's all the reassurance I need. Lovely to hear everyone's updates, such an exciting time for us all xxx
3 years ago • Edited
Lakarmw, she is another girl. I carried the same with dd. Everyone has said boy both times so far. Lol. I carry low. My length is in my legs and my torso is very short for 5'7" so there isn't room to grow and my belly goes out. My hips have gotten very thick as well.
Glad you are doing well and feeling your baby move. Sorry tge uncomfortables are starting to set in. That means the countdown is on the horizon! I cant wait! I should be feeling movement soon as i am 19w1d. My anatomy scan will make me feel better about not feeling her move. The doppler is strong though.
3 years ago • Post starter
Kelliria doesn't that just show everyone's different, my daughter I carried very high, I could hardly breathe for the last 10 weeks, and she was only little 7lb1 and 46cm when she was born hehe, she's still tiny, but I'm only 5.4 And my husband 5.9 My son was huge 8lb6 and 58cm I carried him low, but my muscles went at the end so no wonder he was so low. This one I have no idea, I actually think I'm carrying in the middle at the mo, this one is definitely going to keep us guessing til the end xxx
3 years ago
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