Welcome Babybleux!! Your numbers ares sounding great, aren't they??? I have my FX for you that this is your sticky blue bean!!! Wow, there are a lot of us who are hoping for blue bundles!! I have to be honest, it does make me a little nervous, as October is supposedly totally a 'boy month".... still have my fingers crossed for those of us who swayed pink of course!!! And blue dust for those hoping for boys!!!
I am not a Harry Potter fan as I have (embarassingly) never read the books.... Eeeks, I know!!! Bad, right!!! Anyhow, here in Europe the premier is all over the news and they are showing all of the crazy things that fans are doing all over the place!!! Very cool!
As for names, I have looked a bit, but I feel so emotional about this pregnancy that I don't want to even get my hopes up that much about picking girl names. Maybe that will change at some point, but I'm thinking that I will try to stay away until we find out what we are having. Last time with DS2 I had my girl name all picked out and was totally in love with it, and I literally mourned the loss of the name (among other things), if that makes sense, when we found out it was a he! It's so funny, because when I first started talking to my DH about swaying like 3 years ago (when DS2 was a few months old), his first reaction was "what will we name her?" I soooo hope that we get to have that pleasure of naming our own little girl.... I like your choices though!!! We have the issue that the names need to be able to be spoken similarly in both German and English, so it limits us a bit, but that's okay. ;-)
I am not having anything more than waves of nausea here and there, and they are mild at that. I am thankful on the one hand, but also I strangely hoped for some horrific m/s as a "sign" that it would be our girl. Stupid, right???!!! I am reaaaaally tired, have the most disgustingly greasy skin and hair (roots only, ends are like straw!!), crave sweets constantly, and feel like I've already got a tummy! I am trying to work on getting an OB to follow me through my pregnancy which is not all that easy since I haven't lived here very long, but hopefully I'll get there within the week and I will feel like we're on the right path (up until now I was at a fertility clinic).
I have a silly question: for those of you who've already had an u/s, have you checked it with the Ramzi Theory? I was soooo psyched to have the opportunity to do so, as it really does seem to be true the majority of the time, but my little bean appears to have attached her/himself to the very bottom when looking at the u/s (not left or right). Anyhow, just wondering as I think it's fascinating!!!
Hope everyone is well!!!