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How are all you ladies doing tonight? I'm not so hot lol! Keep breaking down sobbing for a few minutes, then I'll be ok, then I'll sob again. *sigh* crazy. DH is being nice though. Trying to point out the positives and we even talked a little about names. I laughed a little. But then sobbed again.
I think my main problem is I know I'm pregnant but I'm still in denial and somehow deep inside I'm trying to convince myself that I'm not really going to have another baby..something will happen, I'll miscarry, and we'll go on about our lives like before. So I just can't find it anywhere to be excited when I'm feeling this denial.
This happened w/ my daughter too, as DH pointed out. Although we were trying w/ her, I was still very surprised when it happened..it was so quick. I was in denial w/ her until my scan at 12wks. Then I was extremely excited and happy. I think w/ her thought I really had no symptoms so I thought for sure I had miscarried or was going to miscarry.
Anyway, sorry for the book, how are you all doing?
In complete and total denial. If it weren't for the pain and the lingering worry of an ectopic, I think I would have successfully pushed this all out of my mind and could swear I wasn't pregnant! I sound completely sane don't I? lol
Still surreal for me. I just did everything I thought I could and I'm pregnant. I would be in denial if I had any type of spotting but its not that way. Going to the doctor today didn't help, even though we couldn't see her. I believe our u/s will reassure me of my reality and fears.