Lissy that's great your work is so accommodating. I've got an office job too (but at this time of year we're out at clients a lot). During my cycle I was able to work reduced hours (leaving work at 3). Felt so much more relaxed as was able to take pooch for an arvo walk, make dinner etc. For the whole of June when I was in hospital/bed rest I just worked from home when and if I could. I'm the same now. If I'm not feeling the best I just go home. They even scheduled me for more office work now I'm UPTD too! I try not to stuff them around and will make sure all my deadlines are met etc. It's a two way street and if I'm good to them, it's vice versa. Makes this whole process much easier. I've had many many days when I've cried to the Partners of the firm!!!
My mum had nausea for her whole pregnancy - I really hope I don't follow in her footsteps!!
Don't apologise for thinking too far ahead either. My sister-in-laws keep asking when we'll go again. I think if you have a vaginal birth it's 6 months but longer with C-section. I'm 32 at the end of this year and the longer we wait the harder it will get! That's awesome your parents can babysit too. My parents have my niece for 2 days a week at the moment. By the time my bubs needs looking after she'll be in school so I'll just replace her with mine! My parents-in-law don't do as much as my parents do but they are older anyway and not as hands on.
Good luck with your appointment.
Goldie has it seriously been 6 weeks????? Gosh time flies when you're having fun (or in bed sick as is my case!!).