I'm soooooo happy to be pregnant! I am so greatful that my morning sickness from 8 weeks is going away! I only get sick maybe 2-3 times a week now instead of everyday! However, I sill feel tired! I have not gained any weight even though I have a pregnancy belly already! all out front! my clothes still fit me, besides when i sit down i have to unbutton my top button so the baby dosen't get mad... I have been feeling flutters for a week now and this is my first pregnancy! How exciting! I wouldn't even know they were flutters if I didn't buy my fetal heart doppler! It is pretty amazing! I'm loving these new boobs I have! woop woop finally have some boobs!
I think the reason why I haven't gained weight but look pregnant is b/c i lost 20 lbs. before pregnancy due to my thyroid being bad and I think my body is still losing weight as my belly is gaining it! Hence the steadyness of my weight!
I have a Dr. apt. tomorrow! And I find out the gender July 6th!
I am happy to be here in my 2nd trimester! Looking forward to see all of your posts!
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