(Closed) Should we stop TNTC before the wedding?

posted 9 years ago in Babies
  • poll: When should we stop TNTC?
    Stop now, what is meant to be will be! : (5 votes)
    12 %
    Wait until after the wedding, there's too much going on right now! : (36 votes)
    88 %
  • Post # 3
    9050 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: June 2010

    What if you have “all the time sickness” at your wedding? 

    I’d say wait, it’s only 4 more months… but if you guys really feel ready, then go for it!

    Post # 4
    608 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: August 2011

    I think this is a hard question for the hive to anwser.  Its a very personal decision and a big decision which you know.  I’d speak to your Fiance and weigh the pros and con’s with him. Everyone will have different thoughts, because its different for everyone.  

    Post # 6
    63 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: August 2006

    I would wait ONLY because between 6 and 17 weeks, I felt sick all of the time.  I also spent an entire day a week in bed sleeping.  And I conceived on month two, so it’s totally possible that you could be pregnant and in your first trimester by the wedding.

    None of the other reasons really matter if you want to have a baby, but you do want to be able to enjoy your wedding and not be sick and exhausted through it.

    Post # 7
    2538 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: November 2009

    One really good reason to wait the short time until your wedding.  You might break out really badly!  Check out older threads on breaking out post-BC.  It’s been 6 months for me and my skin is ridiculous.  It would have seriously stressed me out if it was like this for the wedding.

    I think your mind is smart so listen to it!  Also for #3…You don’t want to be puking on your wedding day!

    Post # 8
    1643 posts
    Bumble bee

    It’s not the perfect time financially

    I think you just answered your own question. Weddings are a financial stress, but nothing compared to raising a child. Give yourself a little time to recoup. Also give yourself at least one day of being married before you add to the mix! Plus, what IF you get pregnant right off the bat and you’re 12 weeks and your dress doesn’t fit? Also you’re breaking out and puking every half hour? Not a fun wedding day. One step at a time! You have plenty of time to have babies!

    Post # 9
    865 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: April 2011

    If you have things on your wait list then I wouldnt think its the right time…wait till all the things on your wait list are on your reasons why

    Post # 11
    50 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: June 2009

    Wait!! I am almost 14 weeks pregnant and I still get bad “all day” sickness! Also, there were quite a few weeks (between 6-10 weeks) where I was just dead exhausted. Trust me, you don’t want to be sick AND tired on your wedding day!

    Post # 12
    6571 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: February 2010

    I would wait. I had a friend who was 2 months pregnant at her wedding, it she had a tough time fitting into her dress. Plus, morning sickness can be pretty miserable, and can last all day. You don’t want to be feeling like you want to puke during your wedding. And you just never know how your body will react to pregnancy, you could get bad headaches, acne, etc. 4 months to wait really isn’t that long.

    Post # 13
    500 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: June 2011

    @marissa227:  Hello date twin!  I’m the same way – I just keep thinking about it ALL the time.  I’m going to take the opposite end of the spectrum and say do it.  If you both are comfortable with it, go ahead, but if financials are a concern, and it sounds like they are, then you might hold off and get your financial house in order because kids are a tad bit expensive, especially when you have to consider the unexpected expenses that might come up.  My FI wants to wait until after the wedding, and that’s ok with me, but it doesn’t stop me from reminding him every day.  It also might take your cycles a while to get regular once you get off the pill.  But to each their own, and to you, yours!  Good luck with whatever you decide – we each have one child from past relationships, and I’m just in a hurry for us to make our own little bundle of joy 🙂

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