So I am now rounding the corner into my tenth week and I am EXHAUSTED! My morning sickness is pretty bad and I have almost no energy...I could literally stay in bed all day....the only thing that keeps me sane is looking at our sweet 9 week ultrasound and seeing those little arms and legs:) Anyone else exhausted?
I am only about 6 weeks into my pregnancy and I am feeling the same way. Even worse, my body is exhausted but sometimes I can't wind down enough to sleep. I have so much on my mind, especially dealing with the morning sickness and the pregnancy. I feel like I can't win.
beyond exhausted. I'm about as far along as you are. I have my first ultrasound next Friday finally. It still feels like forever away. I am so tired all the time.. I just want to put my head down at work and sleep and by the time I get home from work I have zero ambition. I feel bad because I can hardly stay awake to spend time with my daughter and husband.
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