Deep breaths. Tomorrow, we're going for a pre-preconception visit with my OB. I have a long, list of questions, and more than likely, most of them won't be answered until I see my perinatologist (aka MFM). I'm not sure what to feel right now. Nervous? Excited? Scared? Terrified. I'm pretty sure I've lost my mind. However, I keep getting this tug inside that says I owe it to myself to at least sit down (with a clear head) and listen to what the experts have to say. I was in no shape to listen to what anyone had to say two years ago, or even one year ago for that matter. For those of you that have been in my shoes, any advice? I could sure use it.
Tomorrow is our first informational meeting with the agency. My nerves are already shot. What if we don't say the right thing? What is the right thing to say? Where's the handbook? Why should it be this hard just trying to become parents? EEEK!