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HameedsWife

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A little relief…
« on: October 07, 2011, 06:54:13 pm »
As a ftm i am naturally worried about EVERY LITTLE THING! but as i learn more about the pregnancy process i am slowly starting to calm dwn. I have safely entered my 2nd trimester w/o any complications, i've finally heard my baby's strong heartbeat & i am becoming more informed of available resources to help me during this overwhelming time. I know tht this will be a nvr ending learning experience but the more informed i stay, the more confident i become in my parenting abilities :) & now i can be more excited than scared lol

KorNut

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Re: A little relief…
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2011, 07:34:17 pm »
Lol...I've been the same way this entire pregnancy. Ftm too. I'm 36 weeks and finally calmed down knowing he could be born today and everything would be fine. Now I'm finally worrying about labor pains.

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Re: A little relief…
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2011, 10:11:18 pm »
Getting to second trimester sure is an amazing relief...depending on where I read, I have either just started my 3rd today, or will start it next Friday....I have freaked out plenty, I'm high risk & I have some lesions in me that won't affect baby, but scare me & I will have to tend to myself after baby is here....so I'm worried about that! But at least I know my baby is good...

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Re: A little relief…
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2011, 07:39:30 am »
I remember when I first heard my baby heartbeat it was my first u/s I was 6 wks 6 days. Now I'm about to enter 2nd trimester and can't wait because first is so scary and exciting once you hit 2nd then third is heaven. I watch everything I do. At least I know the exact day I will have my baby unless my baby gets too big. I also get to see what I'm having right before thanksgiving.