Updated February 28, 2019
I told you I’d blog about all the details on the baby, so here we go!
You know how we went to Charleston? On the flights there and back, I got really bad motion sickness, even puking on the way home. That never happens to me. I thought it must have been a fluke. Later that week, I got a few bad migraines in a row. And I was feeling quite nauseous in the mornings with the migraines, now that I thought of it. Something was off – I normally don’t get that many migraines in a row, although I suffer from migraines every now and then.
Greg and I were texting each other. It’s sort of hilarious to look at now.
Meg: …should I take a pregnancy test?
Greg: You think you’re pregnant?
Meg: I don’t know… just want to cover my bases. I don’t know what is making me so nauseous all the time.
Meg: You’re not mad at me for asking that are you?
Meg: Ok. Just freaking out here a bit. What if I am?!? Eeeeek
Greg: It’s probably not that. I was motion sick this weekend, too. Try taking some excedrin.
…later that day…
Greg: I’m going to pick up a pregnancy test bc this is going to really bother me since you mentioned it.
Needless to say, 6 pregnancy tests later (Greg went back to Walgreens after the first batch showed positive), they all showed positive. We had no idea what to do. I guessed you were supposed to call your OB-GYN. Called them the next day. Got in to see them on Friday the 13th.
They did an ultrasound.
The doctor said, “Oh yeah, you’re pregnant alright.” NINE WEEKS PREGNANT (that’s like two months, yo!).