Post # 1
So I’m 3 months away from the wedding and I’ve just found out I’m pregnant, I don’t think I’m ready and it means no champagne for me but since I was told I’d never have children this is a bit of a miracle and the FI is taking it quite well, while I am a bit scared.
Has this happened to anyone else.
Post # 2
nearly-mrs-R: My son was a surprise. I too was thrown off when I found out I was pregnant.
9 years later, I can honestly say he’s the best part of my life. Roll with it! I feel like if you were told you would never have kids and here you are pregnant, then maybe it’s just what’s meant for you. 🙂 Congrats!
Post # 3
nearly-mrs-R: Congratulations! If you have to be surprised by something 3 months before the wedding, this is a pretty good one.
Many women are a little intimidated at the thought of having their first baby, and an unplanned one at that, but most of us get through it just fine.
Post # 4
My DD wasn’t planned. I’m not with her dad but even with all the heart ache becoming a parent is the most amazing thing to ever happen to me. It was a tough road but it sounds like your with an amazing man Who supports you and this new gift.
Post # 5
CONGRATULATIONS!!! you’ll get to drink plenty of champagne after giving birth to celebrate!
Post # 6
nearly-mrs-R: Congrats! What a beautiful wedding gift to you and your soon-to-be husband! Have a glass of sparkling apple cider at your wedding 😉
Post # 7
Congratulations 🙂 you will be fine, I know it’s daunting & I know some will disagree but you could probably have a small glass of champagne , if you wanted. Lol. My DD was a surprise she’s 2 now and is such a blessing 🙂 x
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Post # 9
Congratulations on your miracle baby. Maybe he/she didn’t choose the most convenient time to surprise you, but it’s still super exciting!
Post # 10
The timing may not be the best, but hey, is it ever really? I’m sure everything will be fine, congratulations on your surprise blessing!
Post # 11
Congrats! I got pregnant 2 months before my wedding and it has happened to plenty of other bees too. There are a bunch of advice threads about it if you search for it. It wasn’t the way we planned and was definitely challenging, but our daughter is the most amazing thing in our lives. She has helped me and DH grow so much as a couple too. Just take some time for it to sink in.
Post # 12
If you’re not ready for this, termination is always an option. If you caught it early enough you can take the pill, no muss no fuss. Don’t feel like you have to have a child now just because you didn’t think you’d be able to have one. Whatever you decide, good luck 🙂
Post # 13
nearly-mrs-R: hey date twin. Wow, big news. I have no advice, just sending some love your way. Xx
Post # 14
Well congratulations! I bet it’s scary, but I also think that’s part of why we have 9+ months of pregnancy – to help us get mentally ready!
I’d set up a doctor’s appointment and certainly ask the question of whether or not the doctor (and you) are comfortable with a small bit of champagne at your wedding. If not, for what it’s worth I literally would have had the same amout of fun at my wedding if I hadn’t drank a sip of alcohol, so don’t worry about that.
There are plenty of women on here who have been through something similar so feel free to ask away or get as much support as you need. Best wishes!
Post # 15
I got pregnant with my now (almost) 3 year old, 8 months before our wedding. Needless to say, I had to post-pone the wedding until after she was born, but my goodness, I wouldn’t change a thing. While she was created a little earlier than planned, it was perfect for us!
Maybe you can get some yummy sparkling cider so you can partake in toasts on your big day?
Congrats on your surprise! It’s a lot to take in, but you have so many exciting things to celebrate in the coming months!