Two Lines

We’ve known since the first day I was delayed but now that we have taken the test I think it’s safe to announce.

We’re expecting baby number two!

The second line is a little faint but it’s there alright. For the longest time I thought Z would suffer my same fate and grow up alone but now it seems not to be the case. We haven’t gone to the doctor yet but from experience I’m guessing I’m already a month pregnant and the baby will come out in the last week of November or early December. Thank God, I won’t be pregnant again throughout Christmas and New Year like before. It’s hard to celebrate the happiest of all holidays when you feel like a balloon ready to burst open!

As early as now I’m noticing things that I can’t help but compare with my first pregnancy. My stomach is bigger now, I’m craving foods and eating a lot which I didn’t experience that much during my first. My favorite is mango with alamang. Grrr, just thinking about it makes my mouth water!

I hope and pray that it will be an easy pregnancy for me just like when I was carrying Z and that our baby will come out healthy. And although it’s still eight months away I’m already apprehensive about the actual labor because I had a hard time with Z but I vow I will do better next time around. Wish me luck, peeps!

33 thoughts on “Two Lines

  1. Marissa

    Hi, happy easter and congratulations!

    When I was pregnant with my kids, I never really felt anything different. No morning sickness, just a strong craving for ice cream! Then I started talking to my tummy and playing soft music.

    It is indeed a blessed day for you and your family.

    Visiting you from BC Bloggers!

  2. MushaMommy Judy

    Wow! Congratulations!! A baby is one of the most precious gifts you can receive. :) Its like going back to the starting line but I’m sure you’ll do fine. Lucky Z! I can just imagine all the posts you can do about this and shopping for baby stuff :) hehe.. So excited for you, Mommy! :)

  3. Nicquee

    Congratulations sis! I can totally relate to this post, exactly the same sentiments I had when I learned I am preggy with baby #2.

    My current experience is way different compared to when I was carrying Ayex. There were ups and downs but I’m still thankful that up to now, I am having an easy pregnancy compared to those I know. :)

    Take care always and may all your cravings be satisfied. ;)

  4. Mai with BastiSimonandSam

    Wow! Congrats to you and hubby, Paula!I’m sure Z will be a great brother! Motherhood will be twice as meaningful with the arrival of the new baby! I’m wishing you the best of health all throughout your pregnancy!hugs!

  5. Bambie

    congrats sis… im so excited for you =) what a great blessing..

    ngayon ko lang na-access ang page mo, di kasi ma-access dati, tinry ko lang ngayon pero di lumilitaw lahat ng page, i dont know why.. baka bonoblock ng ISP namin.. I wanted to join BC bloggers pa naman..

  6. kayni

    blog hopping from rj mama, congratulations and i wish you well. i hope you don’t mind if i’d add your blog my list? thank you. be visiting again.

  7. A.Marie

    When I was pregnant with my son, I craved (in a BIG WAY) Captain Crunch Peanut Butter cereal…why, I don’t know!…and also ice, ice, and more ice. Little did I know that I was anemic and that is why I was craving ice!

    Anyway, Congrats on Baby #2…that is so exciting!! :)


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