Well, after a very long time tossing around moving out of state, including one epic failure at an attempt to move to Ohio, we are in a place to make it happen.
It has some scary things to overcome, but they would be there now or after baby, except after baby there will be a BABY and a toddler. So, before it is. Those things are insurance, and related, medications. My case manager is trying to find out some information for me on that stuff. And we're squeezing in what we can before we leave.
The good news is that at this point no contractions, not really even BH. So that is reassuring. The current OB wants weekly NSTs starting at 28 weeks - looks like I will squeeze 2 in.
Because we are outta here by mid April at the latest. 30 weeks pregnant. Eep. My mother's response was "I don't approve." Shocker.
The best part? I am not bothered by it! So I guess therapy is doing a little bit of good! I don't need her approval nor am I disappointed by not receiving it! I do feel guilty about taking her grandchildren away, but hell, Hubby's family has never met P except on Skype and via pictures, so she can get over it. We need the change. We can't do this tiny apartment anymore. The lack of job opportunities. We won't survive it with a newborn in the picture, too.
Where are we headed?
Wait for it...
Because it's kinda funny given who I am...
Go ahead, laugh. It's funny.
But hear me out. Texas has a lower cost of living. My child who hates clothes will be appropriately attired now. The job market is actually growing there. We have friends with whom we are going to house share - meaning they can do some legwork before we actually get there. My friend already has a circle of friends with whom we will blend quite nicely. We need that. We need something other than doctors and one room. We need to make something happen. Because seriously, this last year can suck it. It's time to take some control. We are languishing here.
So...sometime in a month-ish we are packing up our crap with movers, piling 2 adults, a toddler, 2 cats, and a dog, and moving 1500 miles away. While I'm pregnant. LOL. In for a penny, in for a pound, right?