Thursday, October 14, 2010

5 wks 1 day

Today I am 5 weeks and 1 day pregnant. I don't think I will ever get over saying that. I am a nervous wreck, waiting for my final Beta tomorrow morning. I still have not gotten a grip over the fear that this is all going to be taken away any moment. They will call me tomorrow and tell me that my numbers have dropped. When will I start to enjoy this pregnancy and not be constantly worrying? Am I eating enough protein? Enough calcium? When is the ultrasound going to hurry up and get here? I have about a million questions running through my mind daily plus trying to work. 

Pregnancy brain is not helping things either. This is not one of those pregnancy myths it is real or real for me. Last night I was filling up our fancy salt shaker and when I was done I didn't put the little plastic cap on and turned it over to put it back in the cupboard. Yep, salt went everywhere! There was a huge mound on the floor and the counter. I tried my best to clean it up while laughing hysterically. Every time The Captain went into the kitchen he said it felt like he was on the beach. I guess I didn't get all of it. ;)

So far the only symptoms I have are exhaustion in the evenings and sore boobs right when I wake up. I pray I don't get morning sickness but I am sure it is coming eventually. I will revel in every pregnancy symptom I get because it means I am having a baby.

2 lovely notes from friends:

Life in the UK October 14, 2010 at 3:53 PM  

I get the sore boobs in the morning too!! That is so weird! I wonder why that happens? When I stand up to go to the bathroom again, lol I feel like someones been tugging on them all night! I think it is a great sign for both of us!! So exciting!!!!

kayee October 14, 2010 at 10:05 PM  

Great - one more thing I can "blame" on pregnancy... I have been forgetting things all the time! ha!
Good luck on your final beta! I'm sure it's going to be sky high!

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