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8 Reasons I Believe My Next Pregnancy Will Be Extra Memorable

This won’t come as a surprise to you, but I am SO ready to get pregnant. It’s been a long time coming and while I am still waiting, I have good feelings that it will happen soon. Positive thinking is important.

I am firmly planted in the two week wait and while I sit here, it’s not unlike me to daydream about living life as a pregnant person again. It’s been over 4 years since I was pregnant and while that may not seem like too long, it feels like a lifetime to me. From the baby fever and waiting for my husband to get on board, then struggling with 14+ months of infertility, there has been a lot of opportunity for that positive thinking and imagining what the next pregnancy will be like.

I wonder if I will have a multiple pregnancy since I am older and on medication to boost ovulation. I wonder if I will ache more since I’m older and I’m curious if things will be easier this time around since I have older children who would be able to help out a lot more.

Any way I look at it, I believe that this next pregnancy — whenever it happens — will be totally memorable, maybe the best one yet.


  • Reasons I Believe It Will Be Memorable 1 of 9
    Reasons I Believe It Will Be Memorable
    I have a feeling it's going to be an extra special one.
  • Social Media 2 of 9
    Social Media
    When I was pregnant before, I wasn't actively involved in social media. I already have an amazing team of people who support me as I work to get pregnant, and I really want to be one of those live-birth tweeters.
  • We’ve Struggled Hard 3 of 9
    We've Struggled Hard
    It's been a lot harder than I had anticipated and I know that when I do finally get pregnant, I will cherish it all the more.
  • The Kids Are Older & Can Get It 4 of 9
    The Kids Are Older & Can Get It
    My kids are older now and each one of them will be able to grasp what's going on. They'll get involved in the planning, in feeling the baby move and get to join in on all the excitement.
  • I’ve Worked Out All My Fears 5 of 9
    I've Worked Out All My Fears
    I have had a long time to plan this and with that, I've problem-solved a lot of common problems that pregnant people may worry about. I've done it all even before I've gotten pregnant. This means, far less stress!
  • I Have a List of 6 of 9
    I Have a List of
    My next pregnancy will likely be my last one (never say never), and there are some things I want to make sure I do since it's a possibility I won't get the chance later on.
  • I’ll Be Working 7 of 9
    I'll Be Working
    When I was pregnant for the first time, I quit my job since I had to go on bedrest and wanted to take care of me. I haven't worked outside of the house since, but this next pregnancy, while I will still be in house, I have great freelance jobs that I do daily. It will be the first time I have to work through work while pregnant.
  • I Know What to Expect 8 of 9
    I Know What to Expect
    The last pregnancy I had was different for me in that, since I had a diagnosis of Factor V Leiden, it was my first go at the daily abdominal injections. This time, I know what to expect and it's so much less intimidating. Again, that means less stress.
  • The Kids Have Baby Fever Too 9 of 9
    The Kids Have Baby Fever Too
    My kids have been asking for a sibling for ever and while we continue to try, their excitement grows. We don't let on about how it's been challenging for us, but seeing how excited they already are -- it's going to be amazing.

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