What a whirlwind two weeks it’s been! Right after submitting my last blog post— and just after saying I felt like the baby wasn’t coming anytime soon, I went into labor!
I wasn’t expecting to be writing an entry this week. I thought I would have a little baby to be snuggling with, but that is not the case. I’m one day away from my estimated due date and 40 weeks pregnant— as I sit here and write you...drinking my raspberry tea!
A week has gone by since my last appointment with my midwife and I’m still here, and still pregnant! With eight days to go till my due date, I’m getting pretty anxious.
Another week has gone by and I’m still here, and yep, you guessed it, still pregnant! I’ve had a pretty good week, but the extra weight and water retention is in full swing now and really starting to make a difference in my look and feel!
This past Friday marked 37 successful weeks of pregnancy. With three weeks to go until my little man is expected to arrive, the final stages of pregnancy joys are upon me…
As I approach week 36 of my pregnancy, there is a lot on my mind. You would think so much of pregnancy is spent waiting around, but you find you use the time to read things, acquire things, and take the necessary steps so that when the baby actually arrives, you’re ready to care for him and nothing else.
As I write this, I’m about five weeks away from my due date! The end of pregnancy is often the time when moms report feeling like time has slowed to a crawl. I am wondering when that is going to kick in, because I feel like this pregnancy is FLYING by!
The last time I called into work for being sick was probably six or seven years ago...till now. They say being pregnant can lower your immune system— and I believe it!
This week, I'd like to talk about a couple things— 1) My birth plan and “mentally” preparing for baby, and 2) Reasons why it's good to work out during your pregnancy!
This Friday, I will be entering my 32nd week of pregnancy! It's really strange to think we could have a little human here in 8 weeks, give or take.
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