Congratulations! Time for a celebration... congrats on the pregnancy, I thought april was my month but the witch decided to show. I am onto this month praying she does not show, this month is stress free. I know I will get my little bundle one day. I am just gonna have fun with the hubby this month and if it happens then it will happen. this month is stress free, and I am just gonna let it happen if it happens god let it happen.
I am pretty good. I'll be 11 weeks on Thursday and i have my last appointment with my fertility doctor on Friday for my ultrasound then I will be going to Nellis Air Force Base for Orientation on the Following Thursday (I will be 12 weeks then) I am not sure how things are going to go there but I guess I will know soon enough! I would definitely call your doctor about your thyroid problem and tell them about your concerns =) I am sure that they will be able to get it under control =)
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