For a week or so, I had this deep down feeling that I recognized … the feeling of being pregnant. I had super smell, I was super sleepy and I was super late. I knew it before I even brought the test… I was 110% pregnant… again! Pregnant twice in one year!
It was the day before Jay’s birthday in October, that I decided to test my theories, and damn, my theories we right! In my head I planned to tell Jay on his birthday, on Brighton beach, which was where we were off to the next day (We actually went to take Willow to the Sealife Center, not Jay despite it was his big day not hers!). It turned out that I was too excited, and even more rubbish at keeping secrets than I thought. So Jay ended up knowing the day before his birthday, which was still quite a nice present it seems.
I had my 12 week scan at the end of November which showed I am due on June the 14th (which also happens to be my sisters’ birthday and my best-friends also!). I just hope I pop on that day, then I don’t have to worry about getting them presents!
Due to all the complications I had in my last pregnancy I was referred to see a consultant, who agreed with me that because I aced labour so much last time, I was allowed a bit more freedom with this one. Thank heavens! Although I am still not allowed that much wanted water birth…
I have my 20 week scan in a few weeks, so you have a little while to get your votes in for Boy or Girl… attached is the 12 week scan picture and my first bump picture taken when I was 17 weeks…. just to help you out with your guesses 🙂
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