Monday, September 10, 2012

Big Family Announcement

Jonah has a little something he wants to share with y'all:

Yep! I'm pregnant! Jonah's going to be a big brother! I'm due March 31, 2013... on Easter.

To be honest, this baby is a surprise, but we couldn't be more thrilled. It took us about a year and a half to get pregnant with Jonah Bear, and I actually had to use fertility drugs and all sorts of other fun stuff, so we didn't know if I could get pregnant without doctor assistance and lots of prayer... Well, it turns out I can! :D It's wonderful to see God is in control.

It's kinda a funny story how we found out. I thought I might be pregnant back in late June just cause I was feeling funny, so I took a test, it was negative, and I moved on. Then I started to get car sick, so I took another test in early July. Still negative, "I was like OK Megan, you're losing it. You're not pregnant, quite wasting tests (those things aren't exactly cheap...)." So I just kept ignoring a few others signs that popped up... until we had a couple close friends staying with us for a weekend. They made scrambled eggs for breakfast, and hot dogs for lunch. When I was pregnant with Jonah those were the two things that made me super nauseous... and well, lets just say I was hiding the bedroom during those meals. For two hours after that everyone in the house kept bugging me that I was pregnant, and I kept denying it. I mean, I couldn't be pregnant, I had already wasted two tests! Finally I gave up and took one more test just to make everyone happy... It was positive... I will never hear the end of it.

So that's why I've been kinda MIA on my blog recently... it seems like everything I wanted to share was somehow tied in with me being pregnant, I also had no energy to try to write a decent post. But I'm back!

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations! This is exactly how we got pregnant with the twins and Caleb. Minus the hotdogs...I just nearly passed out on the floor thinking, I haven't felt this sick since I was pregnant. (Also, I've learned that studies show fertility meds "re set" your body so that you ovulate normally again. We are proof.)

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  2. Congratulations! That is so exciting. Looking forward to following your pregnancy journey on your blog. Happy Thursday!

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