|My first November baby, born 11/4/11.|
|My second November baby! Estimated 11/17/12!|
Nick and I are expecting! Yay!
I want to say, I know pregnancy announcements can be very hard and painful to hear. I had a miscarriage in late October of last year, and it was without a doubt the worst experience of my life. After my loss, every pregnancy announcement felt like a punch in the gut. I imagine it is a similar feeling for someone going through infertility. Though I don't know what that feels like, I know the pain of wanting a baby and not having one, and I'm sure pregnancy announcements create the same mixture of emotions as someone who has recently lost a baby. If any of my readers are going through a loss or infertility and need to stop reading my blog, I completely understand, and my heart goes out to you.
The first trimester was incredibly stressful for me, but I'm hoping to soon feel like I can breath a little sigh of relief. Of course I still have lots of worries, but we've had good signs so far, so we're keeping the faith that our baby is healthy and we will take him/her home in November!
FYI - I did not make Georgie pose in a bag for my pregnancy announcement post. She did that all on her own a few months ago and I snapped the photo with my phone. Kinda like how she jumped in our decorative bowl:
|This is probably my favorite picture of Georgie|
And since it's probably weird to have more pictures of my cat than my baby on my pregnancy announcement post, here's another sonogram photo:
What? I just really love my kitty! Cee Lo understands.