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I know we are all in different stages of pregnancy, but I was wondering what the happiest moments were so far in yours.
I think mine would have to be when I saw that first heartbeat and cried tears of joy for the first time in my life and when I felt the baby move for the first time. Those are times I will never forget.
The best moment for me was when I could feel this little one move on a regular bases. Seeing the heart beat was great to, but when I had my last miscarriage I had seen the heartbeat early on to. But now that I can feel movements every day it is wonderful. My second happiest moment is when I hit 28 weeks, because they say if we are to deliver then that our babies would have a very good chance at surviving. So now I feel that everything well be ok. FINALLY lol.
Seeing the heartbeat, hearing the heartbeat, and the teeny bits of movement I've felt. I'm sure that feeling regular movement and seeing it at 20 weeks will send me over the moon.
Also, seeing how loving DH is toward it already and how sad he gets to think about anything happening has made me feel good. NO, I do NOT want him to be unhappy, but he's already so attached, and I know that that's difficult for DH/SOs sometimes. He stepped in a father role before we even conceived, but since this one seems to be thriving, he's already SO protective of me and it, wanting to talk about names, etc. It's just been nice to have a wee bit of sanity in this house (him) amid all the insanity and worry (me).