I'm 34 and had known for 2 weeks that I was pregnant, and was pleased (we'd been trying for 3 years) though with occasional panics along the lines of 'what have we done?!' and 'my life will be totally different, what if I don't like it!'
I had a 6 week scan yesterday, wasn't anticipating problems, but have been told that I'm going to miscarry.
Yesterday I was really emotional, but today although I can't really talk about it without getting upset, I actually feel quite pragmatic. Perhaps part of this is because I'd thought I couldn't get pregnant, so it didn't seem very real even when the blood and urine tests and scans were all confirming pregnancy. The other thing is that the hospital said that most early miscarraiges are due to very bad chromosome problems - so maybe a miscarraige is for the best.
My worry now, is whether it's usual to feel like this - a bit disappointed but basically ok. Because I'm a slightly neurotic person, it makes me worry that I'm not comitted enough to the idea of having a baby.