Over on BabyCenter.com, there are groups called "I Hate the TWW", "The Dreaded TWW", etc. And now I know why. Two weeks seems like forever when you're waiting to test to see if you are pregnant.
Every twinge makes me wonder, is that an early symptom? I think I'm making things up in my head hoping for something that says, "Yep, you're pregnant," since it's too early for me to test. Honestly, I don't think I really have any symptoms at all, which makes me think this is not our month. Actual conversation with Husband the other day:
Me: "Maybe I'm pregnant, my boobs have been hurting- but only if I poke them."
Husband: "Why on earth are you poking your boobs?"
Me: "Because I want to be pregnant, dangit."
I keep telling myself that not everyone has symptoms, and that I should stop wishing stuff on myself that I'll be wishing away later. For example, nausea. Right now I'd probably be excited if I was feeling sick to my stomach. If I'm actually pregnant, I'm hoping morning sickness will skip right on by my house.
Did any of you not have any symptoms, but still end up pregnant? Also, how early did you start testing?