So after I posted earlier, I popped E into his Ergo again and we went to Old Navy for non-maternity clothing (plus a little outfit for him; it had a strawberry on it and said "I'm berry cute.") Now, I didn't want to take the Ergo off so I could try things on. Instead, I tried some of my old clothes on at home, noted that they fit but were snug, and went a size up, which brought me to a medium. So I bought a medium dress, 2 medium tops, and 1 medium skirt without trying anything on. Daring, I know.
I got home and everything fit!!! Granted, the dress is kind of clingy, and I might want to lose a couple more pounds before wearing it, but the shirts and skirt fit perfectly.
Now I don't have to wear my maternity shorts anymore (though I still will sometimes, because they are big and comfortable, though they are starting to fall off and give me an unwitting hip-hop look).
I still don't want to go on the scale, though.
Question: I'd rather bring E to the doctor's office next Tuesday in the Ergo. The stroller is an unknown quantity. Can I just hold him in my arms while she, um, examines me? Has anybody else brought their baby to the 6-week appointment in a carrier instead of a stroller?