Hehe grats :-) totally your choice. You could start with those that you wouldn't mind knowing if there are problems and go from there. Very exciting time - I was dying to tell everyone but held off as long as I could. About 11 weeks I couldn't hide the bump anymore so I had to tell work and I wanted to tell everyone over Xmas. Just go with what you're comfortable with. Enjoy :-)
It is completely up to you and what you are comfortable with. Personally I told most of my family and close friends right away because I was too excited to keep it a secret and I knew that I would have told them anyway if things did not work out. Then I waited until 11 weeks to make a broader announcement. Just as an FYI, my OB told me that after 9 weeks (when there is a good heartbeat) there is less than a 5% change of miscarriage. Have fun sharing that gummy bear and congrats!
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