Behind the Beginning Scenes

So, if you have been reading, you all probably know that I have discovered that I am carrying around a little lemon, which has now turned into an apple.

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Binks and I are super excited about new development.  I have been really excited because I finally got to share it with you.  You have no idea how much I wanted to tell you as soon as I found out – at 6 weeks.  However, I really did want to wait until the time was just right and I felt a bit secure in the pregnancy to reveal this wonderful news.

What did we do when we first found out?  We went to grab breakfast.  What did I get?  Lunch.

Then, as it turns out, you’re not supposed to have cold lunch meat.  Crap.

We told our parents at 10 weeks – on Mother’s Day weekend – right before San Francisco.  We did it for two reasons – one obvious, one delirious.

Obvious:  Mother’s Day turns out to be Binks’ dad’s birthday so it was perfect.  We got Happy Birthday Grandpa (we got one for my dad too as we didn’t want him to be card-less) and Happy Mother’s Day, Grandma for both moms.  Needless to say everyone took the cards and just put it on the table.  This is what happens when you give things to people in the middle of eating.  Second, my mom thought I was joking like usual and calling her old.  Third, it took my dad to thoroughly read his card and my sister to squeal reading over my MIL’s card.  Finally!  And, then I started crying – like a damn fool.  🙂

Delirious:  This would be the first grandchild on both sides.  Aka – the parents go nuts.  I can’t handle that.  Hence, two days after we told them, we hitched a ride to California and didn’t have to face the news until we came back!   By then, the family has already self-implode with the excitement.  🙂  I came back to calmness and logical questions.

Can I tell you?  No morning sickness.  You heard right.  Just a bout of nausea at first, which was what prompted me to initially take the pregnancy test.

It seems like I was meant to have this baby.  I mean, I don’t have these wide birthing hips for nothing.

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13 responses to “Behind the Beginning Scenes

  1. OHMYGOSH CONGRATS CONGRATS CONGRATS!!!!!!! ❤

  2. I can imagine the excitement all around! So sweet.

    And, I hear you on the hips!! 🙂

    ~

  3. I can only imagine how crazy the parents are going! Baby fever is going through my sorority. There are at least six pregnant and one of my best friends is due on Friday. Hope the no morning sickness continues!

  4. So exciting, especially because your baby is going to the first grandchild! He or she is going to be spoiled 🙂

  5. I’m so excited for you and Binks! What a magical time – growing a baby! I look forward to reading whatever you choose to share about your pregnancy on the blog. I’m happy to hear you have a loving, supportive, enthusiastic family to help y’all celebrate. 🙂

  6. Awww! I’m so excited for you! I can only imagine how happy you are your family are!
    No cold cuts? wow I’m really going to have to learn all these rules before I get preggos! So many new things to learn! Good luck and I’m glad you’re not feeling sick anymore.

    • Yeah it’s like Lindsay said. The cold cuts are not approved. However, if you microwave it until its steaming, then it’s okay. You can even put it back in the fridge after microwaving. I just called the whole thing off. 🙂

  7. What a nice post to come across. My congratulations to you.

  8. i heard if you zap the deli meat in the microwave for 30 seconds, it safe to eat while pregnant. Lots of my friends do that when they order a sub.
    😉

  9. CONGRATULATIONS!!!! and yes – I’m sure the family is GIDDY – such a beautiful time for everyone – enjoy!

  10. Friend, I was SOOOO happy to read the news!!! A million Congratulations!!! 🙂

  11. Oh my gosh that’s so exciting! CONGRATS!! 🙂

  12. Great stories about spilling the news and why! What a fun process to go through and document on your blog—fun to read too 🙂
    Yay for no morning sickness!

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