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I tested every day starting a week after ovulation.
My period was late, so I tested.
My levels were being tracked by a doctor.
It was obvious, but I tested anyway, just to be sure.
Years ago, before I'd even considered getting pregnant.
After a few discussions with my partner, we agreed on the name.
I'm too superstitious to pick a name too early.
We don't have a name picked yet, or it took a long time. We pick a name and then it doesn't seem right after a few days.
Nope--we want a surprise and w'ere OK with not knowing.
With all of the available testing it was hard not to find out.
Es, absolutely. And I'll be devastated if we can't find out!
Yes. No. Maybe. I don't know! Yes.
When it felt right.
When we felt fairly confident about the pregnancy.
Different times for different people.
As many as I can. A lot. Like, all of them. Can you recommend any more?
Maybe one or two, if it seemed relevant or informative.
I read about or look up everything that happens as it's happening, so, a lot.
The only thing I want to read is the eviction papers for my baby!
Too long. Everything about pregnancy is too long.
A while. We had some difficulties.
I'm not even sure.
Everything! I'm enjoying it.
Knowing that it's going to be over. Soon, I hope.
The attention, the presents, the decorating, and shopping!
The moments when I feel baby kick and I let myself believe this is real.
How long the whole process takes. Nine months is an eternity!
My back kind of hurts...
The chronic anxiety.
The mood swings.
I will never, ever, be pregnant again. Thank goodness!
One and done.
Whatever happens, happens.
I'm not sure. Maybe. Maybe not. Who knows?
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