Sep 10, 2007

Way To Go Oklahoma Laws!!

Back to work today! I did tell everyone at work today. Some say it may be way too early to be telling people, but I know I also need their support and excitement. I also found out today from the lawyer a few things..
1. DAH (dumbass husband, as he will be referred to) can sign over all rights for custody and visitation. Although, he CANNOT sign over his financial obligations. The mother is the only one who can relieve him any financial obligations.
2. My divorce will not be final until the child is born. Seems fine to me, that means his temporary support will last longer and I and the child is covered in healthcare.

God has lots of plans for each of us. To us it may seem very confusing, to him, it's all laid out straight.

I went to the OB today to confirm my pregnancy. I should be able to call back in the morning to find out the results. I am still carrying one of the 5 pregnancy tests in my purse. Haha, it still doesn't seem real to me. I have so many supportive family members and friends, it's amazing. I hope when it is time to tell the extended family they all jump on the support bandwagon.

No symptoms yet. Still gassy and crampy at times. I drank a lot of water today, which was not easy!! It's amazing to see my mind go in overdrive to start thinking of another being that is living and growing inside me. Truly a blessing!

4 weeks:
You may be just finding out that you're pregnant and already your baby is the size of a poppy seed. The most dramatic and vulnerable period in her development begins this week and continues for the next six. During this time, all of your baby's organs will begin to develop and some will start to function. While your baby is in this embryonic period, she's particularly susceptible to anything that might interfere with her development. The primitive placenta is made up of two layers at this point. Also present are the amniotic sac, which houses your baby, the amniotic fluid, which cushions her as she grows, and the yolk sac, which produces your baby's red blood cells

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