Halfway through the TWW. Less than a week until the test date! Woo! The time has actually gone by pretty quickly. I don’t feel so anxious during this wait. Don’t get me wrong, I can’t wait to test in a few days… but I feel a bit more… serene. We’ve been very busy at work with one screenprinter off for the last 3 days, due to the death of a grandparent. When we’re this busy, it’s really just much easier to keep from obsessing!
I’m 7 DPO today. No real symptoms to tell you all about. I don’t really “feel” pregnant. I just don’t know, one way or the other. I don’t have a “gut feeling” this time. I haven’t had any cramping or spotting – nothing that screams implantation. I’ve been very tired though. I’m sure this is completely non TTC-related. We’ve been having crazy-warm weather in Richmond the past few days. K’s allergies are coming out full-force, so we didn’t sleep well last night (that could explain my fatigue). She was blowing her nose constantly, trying to be able to breathe more easily. Honestly, right now her new best friend is nasal spray – NOT FUN. I’m hoping she’ll be able to get over this soon and get back to feeling normal; I know she’s just feeling rotten.
My temperature yesterday morning was very high – 98.73. I had a slight dip today with my temp being 98.69. Posted my chart for fellow obsessors.
I’m passing the TWW time staying busy at work and entertaining, in my head, ways to tell K the news if I am pregnant. I’d love to get some input on this! But, K reads the blog, so I can’t be very “secret squirrel” about anything 😉 I could do a password-protected post/poll to see what which way you guys think is the most creative. What do you think? Is that just mean? I think it’d be kind of fun actually! I have several cute ideas. For those of you who are pregnant or have been at some point in your life, how did you tell your partner? Did you find out together…waiting for the line to appear? Or did you make it a surprise? I’d love to hear.
I’ll keep blogland posted if any real symptoms come up – I was hoping for an implantation dip! We’ll see . . . . . not too much longer to wait now…