Which is good. Since it's too early for good signs, this means there haven't been any bad ones. Everything is pretty much the same - nausea, exhaustion, food aversions and cravings - it's all playing out as it should. That's the first time I've been able to say that and it feels pretty good.
Depending on who you listen to, I could be at any of the following:
Sonogram photo: 6.5 weeks - 7.2 weeks
What to Expect: 8 weeks
Your Baby This Week: 7 weeks
I always find it amusing that they all use the exact same info and come up with different counts. The important thing to note is that we are AT LEAST halfway through the first trimester (possibly more). By Memorial Day we should be out of this nasty little segment and into a more secure place.
In shot news, I have a bit of bad news. It turns out that they don't get easier. Yes; typically shots would get easier with time; however, we forgot to take into account the side-effect of these shots: bruising and not-clotting. Therefore, the more bruised my belly becomes, the harder it is to find a non-bruised spot to stick. And the bruises don't feel very good when you stick a needle in them. It makes that two minute time in the morning quite unpleasant, but what is two minutes compared to 23 hours and 58 minutes...or compared to a lifetime?