Well these "side effects" are kicking me in the behind. I feel like my uterus is doing somersaults. Could that be nausea? Super tired. Yesterday I feel asleep with 6 people talking all around me. Today I had to lay down when Ryan's family was visiting from Houston. The room started to spin, I was so tired! My pants are all ready having issues. And walking around in HEB this morning nearly took me out. First I had to use the rest room twice and could not stay in the meet department. Smelled like rotten molding foods.
Though some things to look forward to:
Morning Sickness- Hopefully never. There is nothing more entertaining for 10 and 11 year olds to watch their teacher vomit into a trash can. Which this has happened before. I choked on my coffee.
Mood Swings/ Irritability- Let me say my students just don't have a chance! haha. This may be slightly entertaining. I have been known to laugh at myself for how I reacted to things. Of course, only after the incident has happened and have recuperated from the ordeal.
Maternity Clothes- No more worrying about how fat I look!
Food Cravings- My mom thinks it will be spicy food since I can't stand it normally. Ryan thinks it will be funny if I can't stand Crab, since it is my most favorite thing ever. Right now all I want to eat is fruit. Probably why I spent so much time in the produce part of HEB this morning.
Shopping. No explanation needed. Though babies are expensive. I saw a breast pump around $250! Kind of worried to look at anything else now. At least until it is time to register for baby showers!
Besides all these points the end is what is most exciting. Honestly, I was scared and nervous when I found out I was pregnant. It is only a few months before Ryan and I were planing to start trying but it still caught me off guard. It has all slowly come into perspective. I know most people wait until their second trimester to tell people but there was no way I could do that. If I miscarry then God has other plans, and we will try again. Everything is in his control and power. I pray for the best.