A shaky breath passed your lips, vexed hand running through your hair and roughly pushing strands of [h/c] away from your face. Lips pressed into a tight line, and brow scrunched, your stress was clear. Thoughts swirled about in your mind rapidly, and you swore that no wait had ever felt this long before.
You’d been putting this off for longer than you probably should have been. Waking up sick in the mornings, with a strange feeling in your gut had been your first indication. Still, you’d passed that off as a flu you’d contracted on one of the islands. It wasn’t uncommon for you, or your other crew mates to come down with varied sicknesses after visiting some of the strange islands you were discovering in the New World. Still, it hadn’t gone away. You’d been gaining weight, growing in your stomach. Even after you had skipped over your period the first month, you had ignored it. With your symptoms growing only worse, and having skipp