Thursday, September 24, 2009

Calm after the storm

So I'm feeling much better today, thank you thank you so much for your comments yesterday during my panic attack moment.  Although I still don't know what the outcome of everything will be, I do have to remember that whatever my body needs to do, it will (thanks BMom for the reminder)- and as much as I will it to, if it wasn't meant to be, there is nothing I can do to change it - #'s are #'s.  My boobs are still sore and I had a bit of the queasy feeling back this morning, started to get constipated a few days ago (sorry tmi), and from time to time, still feeling the dull cramps, and no spotting to report.  

I left a message with the OB's office saying that I would like to do my next draw at least Monday so I think I will go in then (I already have the requisition so it's just me going to the lab)

Last nite was a blessing in disguise. My good friend and her hubby and baby came over for dinner (the one who I melted down in front of)  and we had a really good time catching up - and baby S and I hit it off from the get go (she would climb up to me on the couch and put in her head down on my shoulder- I know, heart strings) and I immediately felt comforted with this little being in my arms.  I have a busy few days coming up - girls nite tomorrow and then another wedding on Saturday - and I want to plant some tulips and do some light gardening on Sunday - so should occupy me until Monday comes around.  Key word being should. 
Thanks again for your encouragement and prayers ladies, it means the world to me right now as this is still a 'secret' from my family/close friends until I get more confirmation. Until then, I only have DH and my own crazy thoughts.

7 comments:

  1. I'm glad you're feeling better. A friend told me last night that one pregnancy symptom is irrational freakouts.
    I wouldn't say our freakouts are irrational, but I'll take anything as a symptom!
    Feel free to pour out your crazy thoughts here. I'm thinking them, too.

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  2. I think you have a very healthy perspective right now. And I'm glad that you have some things planned for the weekend to get you through the time until the test. I find gardening to be so therapeutic--there's nothing like getting back to nature, down in the dirt. I continue to pray for you!

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  3. That time between getting the positive and telling your close friends and family is really tough. Can be so lonely. I hope that everything turns out well, but whatever happens, it seems like you have a good attitude about it.

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  4. Good for you Wendy, glad to hear you're doing better today. It's good to hear that you're going to be keeping busy this weekend, I'm sure it will help a bit to keep your mind off your worries. Best of luck :)

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  5. yay! I'm glad there is some respite in the panic. I know it is SOOOOOO difficult. I remember the feelings all too vividly. Good plans on keeping yourself busy. Personally, I think things are going to go well with you and this pregnancy. Call it a hunch. Prayers and faith. That's the best you can do. Hugs to you.

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  6. Hey Wendy! I would love for you to follow my journey! I completely understand all the fears that are associated with early pregnancy. I will be thinking about you this weekend and wishing you all the best when you go into get your numbers drawn again!!!

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  7. Thinking of you and praying for you today. God bless!

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