Time for Another

the diary of our quest for baby number 2

All aboard the good ship morning sickness Wednesday 12 December 2007

Serves me right I suppose – symptomless pregnancy my arse. About 4 days ago the morning sickness started, and what a misnomer it is – all bloody day and not so much vomiting as a feeling of nausea, queasiness and general desire to heave constantly. Yuk. Coupled with feeling dizzy and light-headed, I’m not feeling so hot right now. Drining ginger tea (sounds nice but tastes pretty grim) and wearing ‘seabands’ which basically is a plastic button pressing on an acupressure point on the wrist. Maybe they work and maybe they don’t – it definitely eases the heaving a little, but in an odd sort of masking-the-underlying-sensation kinda way. Plus I’ve got weird indentations/bruises on my inner wrists now. Hmmm.

Not really craving anything particular, but I am eating quite a few satsumas and clementines, which considering I can’t abide oranges or anything orange flavoured (jaffa cakes excepted), is quite strange. I don’t suppose craving sleep counts. It never ceases to amaze me just how absolutely knackered I feel constantly – even when I wake up in the morning I feel exhausted! I suppose I am growing a whole new organ (the placenta) as well as a baby 🙂

Scan date is through – 9th Jan, they’re going to take bloods too (I hate that bit). Oh, and we’ve told our parents. Or have I already mentioned that already? Note to self: read last blog post before writing new one. Anyway, they are told and happy. A few more colleagues know (case of having to really) and no doubt a few more mates will be informed in the coming week/s.

And so to Christmas. It’s kind of sneaked up on us this year, what with other things going on. But I think we’ll be ok. Most of the presents are sorted (although I’m convinced that darling husband will be racing round on the 24th for mine!), turkey ordered, cards to write. Now, if only I could shake this sickly feeling, all would be well.

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