Hi my name is Sarah, I will be 19 1/2 weeks when the ultrasound is done, and I am VERY excited! I am curious to see what you all think I will have :D. SO here's what it been like for me:
I didn't start getting morning sickness until my 8th week and it mostly in the middle of the day or late at night. It wasn't to intense at first but got stronger as I went along, it lasted until my 16th weeks. The baby's heart beat at the last appointment was 148bpm, and I started feeling tiny movement about a week ago. My cravings have been fruit of any kind and cheese! I absolutely can't handle the smell of cake,doughnuts, hot sauce, or tires...lol :)
Oh and I forgot to mention that I have really bad heartburn too! I am so excite my hubby thinks it will be a boy and i go back and forth. For along time though i felt like it might be a girl...we will see on Friday!
One more day until we know...I am happy with all these fun guesses! I am a little nervous about tomorrow..lol, is that normal??? I will be happy with either boy or girl, but I am a little nervous about learning to think about little boy decor and what not. I know that's petty, and I will be happy if i have a boy, I just want to do things right, ya know??
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