That's right! 11 weeks and 1 day today! Because I'm cool like that and never quite manage to get things done on time. =]
I weighed myself this afternoon and I'm still checking in at a steady 205, which was my pre-pregnancy weight. Which means I haven't gained anything yet. Considering that I started at 205 though, not gaining anything in the first trimester is just fine!
If you look at this weeks belly pic. though, I'm starting to think that maybe I do look just the tiniest bit fluffier! From what I've read, at about 12 weeks is usually when the uterus gets big enough to start raising out of the pelvic cavity. So, hopefully there will be some real changes soon! =]
On a side note . . . those spiffy pajama pants? My husband's. He got them for a Christmas present and they're sooooo soft that I steal them once in a while.
Symptoms have definitely kicked it up a notch over the past couple of weeks. Morning sickness kicked in about week nine and, usually, I'm able to keep it at bay, but I've had a few rounds of hovering over the toilet. Surprisingly, some days, the only thing I'm able to keep down (like today), is fast food! I know that's hardly the healthiest thing for me and Stick, but I assume a burger is better than NOTHING all day. At least the burger has protein and some veggies and stuff on it, whereas nothing . . . has nothing. This evening, I've been feeling pretty good. I ended up going home early from work today though because I had a KILLER headache throughout the day. A short, three-hour nap upon arrive home plus two Tylenol seemed to have done the trick though and I'm functional again!
I've heard that 10 weeks is supposed to be the worst in terms of unpleasant, first-trimester symptoms and we're quickly closing in on the end of that though, so I'm hoping this feeling good tonight starts showing up a lot more often! =]
Our next prenatal appointment is quickly closing in as well! Next Wednesday we'll be visiting Dr. Clark for our second prenatal appointment and, hopefully, we'll get the opportunity to hear Stick's little heartbeat on the Dopplar! From what I understand, they're typically audible through Dopplar by week 12, so, fingers crossed! I'll keep you posted! =]