Last night after I saw that faint line, I was trembling. I wanted both excitedly and anxiously by the door with the stick in my hand, for A. to get home. He. Didn't. Believe. Me. His shock was serious. He kept asking if it was too early to know. I actually went to some of your blogs to show him that 5dp5dt is the day when a line can show. I even showed him pictures of your hpts. LOL. I think it took an hour for him to fully grasp what that line meant. He was crying, I was shaking and crying and we were both completely shocked. I think I started at that beautiful second line for the next few hours. Total shock. I even slept with the stick beside my bed!
I needed continued confirmation that what I saw yesterday was true. I needed to do it again. We decided to wait until after work today as there may not have be enough of a hormone difference between last night and this morning. To say that I thought about this all day would be the understatement of the year.
I came (rushed) home from work, called A. to get the all clear (I think today he was more anxious than me) and then went up stairs. This time, the second line came instantly. It is getting darker and it is still the most beautiful thing in the world.
I can't believe that I may actually be pregnant. Could this really have worked? Do I have the thin little lining that could? My head is spinning.
Symptoms: Tiredness continues (although the excitement made it easy to get up this morning, however very sleepy at work), boobs continue to be sore, I am aware of my lower abdomen (on and off cramping/pulling), nauseous/anxious in the pit of my stomach (since the afternoon).
UPDATE: I needed to talk to my sister. I needed to know before beta day (Thursday) if she was going to be the one to give my parents their first grandchild. She is. She got pregnant on her first month of trying. She will be five weeks ahead of me. Really? Why couldn't she have waited just one more month? Why? I am obviously SO happy and excited for her, but really?