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I'm just curious...after your loss, did time start going slower or faster than before?
The 6 weeks I knew I was pregnant, time was honestly going s-l-o-w for me. Since the pregnancy always felt 'off' for me, every day felt like an eternity, worrying about every little thing, which of course ended up including brown spotting and then red spotting.
Interestingly enough, after the D&C, time has started going much faster.
Just curious how it is for everyone else now?
Last edited by islandbaby; April 5th, 2013 at 09:02 AM.
Well the first couple weeks went by fast (of my pregnancy), but we were moving and just had other stuff on our minds. Then at 6 weeks we got a good heartbeat but off-ish ultrasound, then at 8 weeks we got a good heartbeat again, but a lousy ultrasound. Then at 10 weeks we got 'the news'. The time between those ultrasounds crawled by insanely slow. VERY VERY slow.
Since the D&C it does seem to be moving faster. But I do have work to catch up on, and here in the school office this time of year we get insanely busy until the kids leave for summer. We have a bunch of stuff to do and plan. This time of year always flies by for me. It's kind of nice to have something to keep me busy. Especially now as we wait to go for ttc again.... THAT feels like it's going to be forever!
__________________ Susan, dh Tom, dd Megan (14), ds Marcus (12), Our new baby Dean
I never knew until that moment how badly it could hurt to lose something you never really had. - Missed Miscarriage at 10 weeks - 3/26
The first trimester went very slow. I felt like every day I was just going through the motions waiting for bad news. I am not a very positive person to begin with, and I always had a bad feeling about the pregnancy, mostly because I had a loss in Sept.
After the D&C, the days flew. It still seems like an eternity before we can TTC but that's mostly because of the uncertainty with my cycle. It's already been over 6 weeks since we were told we lost our LO. Hard to believe I would have been well into the 2nd trimester at this point.
__________________ Leia 41 yrs young
Wife to Big Bull 40
Mommy to Big Brother our first Miracle Feb 24 2006
Mommy to Little Brother, our Rainbow, March 24, 2014