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I'm not sure if you already have my info, but just in case.. Name: Amy Due Date: 1/11/14 Anyone staying Team Green this time? We plan on finding out as soon as possible. I have no patience when it comes to exciting things. I'm already stir-crazy waiting for my first appointment (20th)! 16 more days to go!
I'm feeling chatty tonight so I will add more than this thread is asking for, lol.
I suspect this could be a twin pregnancy. I got positive pregnancy tests earlier than many women do. At 13dpo, 1 day before my period is even due, my test line looks as dark as the control line which is not extremely common from what I read online, although it does happen with singleton pregnancies. My hormones are pretty much out of control at this point - I'm all over the place and it wasn't like this with Clyde. My appetite is ravenous, but I remember munching out a lot with Clyde too before the morning sickness hit me. I feel like my lower belly (which was super squishy about a week ago) is already feeling hard behind my layer of fat. That really doesn't mean much though because everything I read says with your 2nd pregnancy you grow much faster than the first. Exhaustion hasn't hit me yet but I've always had issues with insomnia. It's not uncommon for me to be up all hours of the day and night. No nausea yet either, besides 1 vomiting spell at 2dpo but I'm still scratching my head wondering what that was all about.
DH is guessing this baby is a girl, he said "Oh-lord! We're having a girl this time!" I asked him why he thinks that, and he said "Because *her* hormones are mixing with yours and making you mental." Haha, poor DH. He's a trooper for being able to handle me so well. I never knew I could be so mean! I don't want to be pissy but it just happens!