Sweet Baby weighs as much as a large Cabbage!
Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mother’s out there! I can’t believe I just wrote this post last year wishing for our sweet baby. She’s coming, and in less than 10 weeks! I can’t wait to see her little face! So what’s been happening with me? Nothing too much different than before aside from lots of sleepiness. Many naps, and a lot of restless nights due to sweet baby’s little kicks during the AM hours. I wake up multiple times just from her kicks, or a restroom break. I must say I smile every time her sweet little kicks wake me from my sleep, it’s the peeing that’s annoying 😉 Oh and hello pregnancy brain.. Yesterday I spent most of my day prepping and cooking meals that I was planning to save for July/August. Hubby woke up at 5am this morning for work and says, “Sweet, I have some bad news. You left out all the food and never put it away.” I think I was in shock for a good minute before I started crying. I looked at everything and tossed it away. Let’s just say I won’t be prepping meals again unless hubby is up with me. I just can’t believe I forgot.
About me: I’m happy as could be, loving every single minute and every little kick from my sweet baby. Can’t wait to meet her in less than 10 weeks now! 🙂
How far along? 30 Weeks 2 Days
Total weight gain: 23lbs
Maternity clothes? Not yet, just bigger sizes.
Stretch marks? Just by my scars from my gallbladder removal.
Sleep: Only naps.. 😉 Sweet Baby likes to kick and play during the AM hours.
Best moment this week: Feeling more movement.
Miss Anything? Sleeping and less frequent bathroom breaks!
Movement: Yes! 🙂
Food cravings: Grapefruit, strawberries and watermelon!
Anything making you queasy or sick: Raw ground meat/chicken.
Gender: Baby GIRL!
Labor Signs: No.
Symptoms: Heartburn and sleepy!
Belly Button in or out? I think it’s going to push out! I can finally see the scar which used to be inside my belly button from my gallbladder removal.
Wedding rings on or off? Off.
Happy or Moody most of the time: Happy! 🙂
Looking forward to: Next ultrasound on the 21st!