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Are You There Baby? It's me, Andrea

So, I'm pregnant. 
(as mentioned previously, here)
I'm 14 weeks today and feeling awesome and can't wait until I start feeling little kicks
 and start getting too big for all of my clothes.

Seriously.

I feel so so blessed with how easy this pregnancy has been for me so far. 
Hardly anything has changed* in the past 14 weeks.
It's been awesome ...yet somehow frustrating.
Yes, I've been to the doctor and the pregnancy was confirmed.
We even heard the precious little heartbeat and I cried:)

But it honestly still doesn't feel real at all yet
(then again, it probably won't feel real until I have the baby in my arms)

I know I'm being silly and I'm going to be praying to feel like this again in just a few months when I'm huge and in pain and busting out of all of my clothing, but it's just weird for me right now.


That's where I'm at in my first pregnancy so far.

Any other baby mamas out there? When did it feel real for you?

*With the exception of my appetite growing and me crying in every episode of LOST

p.s. Confession: In my announcement post, I am totally pushing out my tummy. My dad called me out on it. I was worried no one would believe me. I'm so weird.

14 comments

  1. With Harlee it didn't feel real until I saw her in the second ultrasound telling us the gender. With the current one, it didn't really start feeling real until the start of the 3rd trimester. That's when I started actually remembering that I was pregnant.

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  2. With both my kids, I knew right away. #1 made me SOOO sick, right from the start. I seriously never stopped barfing until I was 16 weeks along. With #2, I didn't start barfing until 9 weeks but I had the sorest boobs and was generally really nauseated all the time.

    I'm so jealous that you never got the sickies. LUCKY girl!

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  3. i would believe you. baby baby baby.

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  4. That must be such a weird feeling! I believe you though :) Some people think It's a good thing to not show.

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  5. For me the realization started like a week AFTER June was born... I'm not even kidding. It was the first time I was all by myself with her. It hit me like when Zack punched Slater when they got in that fight over that girl that we never even saw again.

    Wait... are we done with the Saved by the Bell references?

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  6. To be fair, most episodes of Lost are worth a cry...

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  7. Maybe this will help with the realization...it's not you Andrea, it's you MOMY!! So exciting, there is nothing in this world like it. My realization still comes everyday. There's always a time in my day when I think "Wow, Carter is my child and I am responsible for him and he is mine and I love him." It's wonderful and we're so happy for you!

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  9. So crazy! I think it will be exciting to feel all the kicks, pains and bust out of your clothing. More excuse to don PJs in public HAHA! Yaaa for baby!!!

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  10. My goodness, I feel like everyone in blogland is pregnant! Many many congrats to you and your family. Be grateful for having such an easy pregnancy. My sister in law had the hardest time with morning sickness.

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  11. Oh I am so excited for you! When baby time comes for me I know it will just be such an exciting time of life. That's funny that your dad called you out on sticking your tummy out- that's like the boys in the family to not that kind of stuff slip past them! CONGRATS!

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  12. I'm just soo excited for you!! I finally started feeling pregnant once I looked pregnant and could feel him moving all the time, but I still can't imagine that soon the kid will actually be on the outside! Maybe I'll believe it after he's born, but I think even then it will be surreal for a while.

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  13. So....I just stumbled on your blog, and I like it. And crazy, but we are like....5 days apart. I'm 15 weeks tomorrow. For me, it felt pretty real hearing the heartbeat, and now my belly is starting to be a little bit uncomfortable in most of my pants. But mostly....it's still surreal. I've been pretty lucky like you, having a pretty easy pregnancy so far.

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  14. thats what dad's are for: to call you out on your crap! ha! well, last time i was a baby-mama for tina fey (yes, the first attempt was not with amy poehler, it was with fertile-myrtle-me), i was like, "YA! i'm having a baby!" and then a few weeks later i was like "GROSS! what have i done?!" and then i just kind of went with it. so, good luck getting big in the belly. its all you could ever want in life . . . oh wait, i was talking about frozen hot chocolate.

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