Hey Ladies! Me and my DH started trying two weeks ago, I'm supposed to start my AF on the 8th or 9th but two days ago I took a test and it was positive! Then today I took two clearblue digital tests and they both said Pregnant!! I'm so excited, but so in shock that it happened so fast. Of course I have all the worries but I'm trying to not stress about it. anyway just wanted to say hello to everyone and congrats to all of you.
Congrats! I found out super early too, worked on the first try! lol. Some of us are so lucky that way, my aunt and uncle it took them like a year, so wish it was easy for everyone out their trying. Have you thought about how you are going to share the news or when?
Thank you! Yes we are very blessed to not have to wait. And my Mom and sisters already know and of course my Husband, but I don't want to tell anybody else right now until I see my doctor and everything looks okay. My husband is a manager at O'reilly Auto parts and I went in there the day I knew for sure I was pregnant. I handed him the digital pregnancy test and I said " Excuse me, but do you have any parts that look like this?" He couldn't do anything but laugh, it was so funny.
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