On the other hand it will be interesting to see my doctor's reaction to my pregnancy. She was pushing birth control pills big time 11 months ago at my last appointment and was totally skeptical of the whole NFP thing ("You know that won't work if you're breastfeeding.... blah, blah, blah..."). Still all the nurses at the hospital talk about the fact that she's an absolutely brilliant surgeon and since this will be a surgery (I won't even get started on that this morning) I've stuck with her. We'll see how it goes today.
The number one deal breaker will be any doctor that says I have to wean Sadie (which I do plan on doing before the baby is born, anyway, but not quite yet) right now. We were going with the whole American Association of Pediatrics two year suggestion. It'll be close now, but I want to wean a little early so Sadie doesn't associate it with the baby being born!
I thought that the teaching that said a woman had to wean her baby as soon as she became pregnant was pretty much out the window (especially since I'm already gaining weight!) but as I've talked to other women I've found their doctor's have forced it on them without a medical reason (like they weren't gaining weight) but simply because it was what they believed was always right in every situation.
It'll probably go find and I'll feel silly for worrying at all. Here goes!