So here's our lovely story of how it all started...a couple of months ago Hubs and I sat down and had "the talk" where we decided "it was time". Aside from our wedding day this was going to be the most exciting time in our lives and we wanted to plan. A few weeks went by and I went a little stir crazy...taking a test every week so I could find out RIGHT away. I had to have a talk with my crazy self, "ok you need to chill out...take a breather and stop obsessing". So I did...hubs and I went to Austin, TX to visit his parents for Labor Day. We layed by the pool, went out to eat and just enjoyed our time with family. It was nice.
So a couple of days went by..you'll notice in one of my previous posts I wrote about my first cooking class on September 5th in front of a sold out room. It was such a great day and I kept having this feeling. I've heard people talk about it but never felt it to that day. Then I thought "oh wow I'm late and it's been over 30 days since my last cycle". I came home, told my hubs and proceeded to the bathroom where I was keeping quite a disturbing stash of prego and ovulation tests (don't judge me). A positive sign showed up almost immediately...and we were both there to share the moment. I took only two weeks off of obsessing and it happened. My mom was right! They always are, aren't they?
Ok so it's September 5th and we're pregnant. Now what? Keep in mind this is something I've always wanted but I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing. My close friends don't have kids, I haven't babysat since I was 13 and I don't know what half the crap is throughout the baby isles of Target.
So...here goes nothing. The best part? I'm sharing the details with all of you throughout my journey to mommy hood. I'll be posting photos, tips, doctor visits, baby updates, my exercise plan and most importantly my diet plan and recipes.
Stay tuned folks and feel free to give me tips and advice of what you did throughout your pregnancy.
Have a great day and enjoy!
(photos below are me at 12 weeks and our fall family displayed on the fireplace)