Taking a pregnancy test was always my moment of truth. For many months I truly thought I was pregnant. Perhaps it was my mind playing tricks on me. In the end it always came down to the pregnancy test and the longest 2 minute wait of my life. Sometimes I feel like God was testing me and by making me wait longer for a positive test result, my shock and awe came to be more appreciated when I finally got the great news. If I got pregnant on the first try, I would never know the strength that I have. When the two lines appeared and I saw I was finally pregnant, I was in shock. This moment of truth was hard for me to believe in the most incredible way. All I could say over and over again was “This is insane!”
My Moment of Truth
14 weeks later and I am still pinching myself! In certain situations the truth can hurt and crush your soul, but this time learning my ultimate truth was blissful and happy. I hope that all women that are trying to conceive will finally get their positive moment of truth. At the end of the day, we all deserve to feel happiness and make our dreams happen.
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That was definitely the case for me.
I simply stopped stocking up on them because I was tired of getting negative results. Good things can happen when you least expect them – 45 percent of women surveyed by e.p.t said their pregnancy was unplanned. The e.p.t® Pregnancy Test is over 99% accurate from the day of your expected period, so you can feel good about the results.
I am so thankful for that our moment of truth will lead to the completion of our family. My little girl is so excited and ready to be a big sister. I pray that everything goes smoothly for the remainder of the pregnancy and the delivery. Only happy thoughts allowed.
Now in the second trimester, the baby is a size of a peach! I thought I felt he or she kick yesterday and that was exciting! The nausea is making a slow exit, but my energy seems to be returning.
We feel blessed and thankful to give Reese a younger sibling. That’s all she talks about.
I am still in a little bit of shock that I am actually pregnant.
But this time it’s a good type of shock.
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