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Are any of you ladies a little nervous to talk too much about being prego? Maybe its because I've had previous m/cs but I feel like if I talk a lot about it or get too excited about it that something bad might happen. Or am I nuts?
I think it's pretty common because you let yourself get more excited as you talk. Especially since you have a history of losses I can understand where you are coming from. I've only had a chemical pregnancy before not an actual miscarriage but I'm more nervous with this one than my first two. I think it's because tons of people know right now and with our first two we kept it quiet for the first trimester.
Momma to Brianne, Cayla and Brooklyn!
I think it makes perfect sense. This is my first pregnancy, but I still didn't want to say anything about it until much later. My mom, sister, and sister in law have all had m/cs before and I watched my sister and sil go through theirs (especially my sister). The thought of it is really the only thing that scares me about being pregnant or having a baby. Now with all of this bleeding going on I'm more hurt than ever that my mom let it spill on facebook that I'm pregnant. I think I'm more hurt now than I was when she did it...just because I didn't want to have to involve everyone on facebook with anything that goes wrong. It hurts too because now I know that with any future pregnancies I won't be able to tell my mom until I'm ready to tell everone else.
I don't think your nuts at all! I am very traditional and old fashioned like that. Having experienced losses, it is so hard to go back and tell everyone what has happened and it just hurts so much more having to do that. So, your just protecting yourself and thats so perfectly fine
I am the same way. I have told my family but I am not going into alot of detail or getting too excited because it took me and DH so long to conceive that I am afraid that I will jinx this. And, I really don't want to go back to TTC again. I reallly want this baby to make it, but I waited so long for this BFP that sometimes I think it is going to turn out to be some sort of big mistake and I will find out I am not pregnant.