I've also still been dealing with a stuffy nose (one of the first symptoms I had, starting the day I got my first positive HPT at 3w3d!), which has been fine, except now it feels like it's starting to develop into a cold. Sleep has also been a struggle for me the last few weeks. I'm not sure how much of that I can blame on the time change three weeks ago or the pregnancy, but I've been waking up about every half hour from 6:30 on... extremely frustrating, especially this week since I had a couple days off work so I was hoping to catch up on some sleep, and instead I was up by 9:30 every day except Friday, when I managed to power through a few hours of crappy sleep and actually got a few more solid hours of sleep in, waking up after noon for the first time in ages. The craving of the week continues to be hamburgers, although that's starting to taper off now after 3 hamburgers in a week. I also ate mac n' cheese yesterday, and the cheese actually tasted sort of... good. I'm confused by that, given my long-standing dislike of cheese.
Obviously, this week was Thanksgiving, which was a point of concern for us, since we're not planning on telling everyone until Christmas, when I'll hopefully be 13 weeks. To throw everyone off the trail, I actually drank some beer at Thanksgiving... or at least, I drank out of a beer bottle ;) We had replaced some Yuengling with near-beer, which wasn't my favorite, but at least crappy pilsners just taste like glorified water anyway. It sometimes seems a little strange that we're going to such lengths to avoid telling people early - especially our families - but we're doing this for a couple different reasons, with the main one being I don't want everyone to get too excited this early, since we've had such a rough time getting and staying pregnant. Especially with some younger kids involved, I would just rather wait until second trimester to tell everyone to hopefully avoid the awkwardness and sadness of having to untell everyone.