As I announced on Twitter and Facebook last week, I’m expecting baby number three! It’s all very exciting and the first 14 weeks have now passed in a blur of pregnancy sickness, exhaustion and food aversions. I’ve been keeping a pregnancy diary so I’ll give you a quick flavour of the last few weeks.
We decided over Christmas to start trying for a baby, and by the first week of January my pregnancy test was positive. Husband spent every day joking (as he is just sooo funny) there would be three in there this time – as your chance of having non identical twins rises from around 1 in 80 to 1 in 14 when you already have one set. If one of your two eggs then splits, you’d end up with triplets. Pretty high odds so it was no wonder I felt a bit green at the thought. Secretly though I loved the idea of having another set of twins to complete our family, even though I knew that realistically it would be very challenging to add another pair of babies to our already hectic lives.
I was diagnosed with suspected gall