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Wow, that was more awkward and weird than I expected.
I wanted to tell my yoga instructor why I wouldn't be showing up for hot yoga, hopefully, for the next nine months.
It came out all stuttered and squeaky. "Uh, um, I'm, uh, pregnant." She was very cool about it and suggested that I return later on with doctors approval in the summer when they don't have the heat on.
But I'm such a weirdo. I was all nervous grinning. Sigh.
It gets easier to tell people as time goes on? It can't get harder, or at least weirder. (I just realized I told my sister that "I got a positive pregnancy test" so not actually uttering the words "I am pregnant." And typing that I realize that I don't actually believe it yet. I think I have to practice for whoever is next.)
I hear you! I've always felt really awkward trying tell people I'm pregnant, honestly even Tim . Last time we waited until I had my first ultrasound pics so I could just show my parents instead of having to tell them.
Forever Missing Katriel Star (17 weeks) and Sebastian Judah (14 weeks)
I have a hard time lying to people and a few of our friends have all ready figured it out but I did have to tell my dentist and everyone there was really excited for us. I dont feel pregnant really and I sure dont look it so I do feel a little weird about telling people because of that. Hopefully it will just get easier and more obvious!