Well, maybe more than a little bit. And I feel kind of bad about it. I went today from my 24 week checkup, and all is great. Blood pressure good, babies sound good, and I'm up 8 pounds total (at this point in my pregnancy with Hulk, I was up 13 pounds- of course, I started about 10 pounds heavier this time...). Since Friday I've been feeling a little beaten down, I guess is the best way to say it. Everything that I want to do is tempered by the pregnancy. My knee hurts, rolling over at night hurts, getting Hulk in and out of his car seat is a pain.... wah wah wah. I feel like I enjoyed be pregnant so much more with Hulk. And I feel like an ass for not feeling that way this time! It's almost laughable that we tried so hard to get pregnant the first time, and now I have the audacity to whine about things this time.
I said that to my doc, and she was like - I really feel for you. She told me that everything the second time around (even if there are years between pregnancy) is harder. You've got less down time, because you have your first baby to look after, and everything will just stretch out faster and more this time. She said to just think a few years ahead, when things will be back to normal (at least with my body). God I hope so. I would love to get my body back to where it was before all the fertility treatments! But that will take a lot of work. Which I'm willing to do - I just know it'll be hard with 3 babies to run around after (or does that count as cardio?).
Anyway - she confirmed that I'll be in the hospital for 4 days after the c-section. But that they just don't schedule c-sections for twins this early, since there are so many factors in when they would be delivered. They just keep monitoring me with monthly ultrasounds, and starting at week 31, twice weekly non-stress tests. Goodie. I'll enjoy this last month or so of minor doctor appointments - because looks like I'm going to have a huge amount of visits to the doctor come October/Nov.