Oh boy, we’ve made it to week 35 and I am feeling it. My bump may not be huge but I can tell a major difference from just a couple weeks ago to now. Thankfully, we only have five (how is that even possible!?) weeks left. As much as I love being pregnant, I will be so glad to meet baby T and feel “normal?” again.
According to my last ultrasound, baby T is 4 pounds and 11 ounces (looks like we will have a peanut!)
Baby T enjoys sticking his or her feet into my ribs, rolling around, and he or she seems to enjoy music.
About 13-14 pounds..
Last week, workouts were a little lighter than normal. (Thanks to my ankle!) I was able to knock out some solid circuit workouts and since we moved last week, I went up and down stairs about 38261 times.
Fruit. Smoothies. Coffee. Veggies. annndd watermelon!!
I am loving all of baby T’s movement latley! I never knew my stomach could move like that.
Symptoms I’m not loving so much? I’m having a harder time moving around (I feel a lot slower lately!). Also, by the end of the day, my feet look huge. Thank you pregnancy.
Another symptom? I think I’ve been experiencing Braxton Hicks contractions lately. At some points during the day, my stomach gets really tight and hard (literally feels like I’m carrying around a rock!) and then a minute or two later returns to normal. (Eh, well, pregnant normal that is…)
For all those moms out there: what do Braxton Hicks feel like? When did you experience them?
Bethany says: girl
Landon says: boy
You say: ??
Looking Forward to?
Meeting baby T!!
Any Baby/Pregnancy Related Purchases?
I didn’t purchase our car seat (thank you church ladies!) but I am super excited to have a little car seat sitting on my floor.
Other new baby additions?
Burp clothes, crib sheets, baby Bible, this onesie, and diapers!
My regular clothes 😉 but through it all, God is good!
Questions of the Day
- What’s your vote!? Boy or girl?