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JazzyToes Baby Socks Sneakers - Boys, 0-12 Months
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38 weeks
38 weeks
Hello, Contractions! Okay, don't get too excited. I have been contracting like crazy for over a week now. I had a couple of nights where I thought ... okay! Here we go! Only to have them peter out an hour or so after lying down to get some rest. Just thinking about how nice and soft my cervix will be by the time I go into labor :) This whole little cycle definitely makes one a little anxious, excited, ready. I have been working on chilling myself out by reminding myself how very lucky I am to be so comfortable at 38+ weeks pregnant. I am swimming everyday that I am off, finishing up Christmas shopping, enjoying big warm fires in the woodstove (sitting on my birth ball in front of it!) and sleeping pretty well when the contractions don't wake me up. I think that the baby has "dropped" too. I'm definitely breathing easier and not feeling quite as stuffed after eating - can you tell from the picture? I thought I would take a new pic each week until Bork comes now, so I have documentation pretty much up until he/she is here, and that is in the foreseeable future, when 2 weeks might be too long! Who knows? I think it does look like Bork is gonna be a Capricorn like his/her mama and papa ... sorry Saggis! Well ... I guess there's still tomorrow and the next day ...
244/365 /// Week 35 of 52
244/365 /// Week 35 of 52
34 weeks today Not much longer now. It's funny how I didn't really document myself when I was pregnant with Kenzie. It wasn't really until close to the end of that pregnancy that I even looked pregnant. This time around, I definitely started showing earlier, which is common in second pregnancies. I also have gestational diabetes, that's most likely another reason, since g.d. babies tend to be bigger because they take all of mamma's nutrients. This time around I'm not experiencing some of the things I had from the first pregnancy...itchy feet which drove me crazy for months, and swollen feet. I'm definitely able to get my feet up more often now that I don't work, so that probably helps too. I'm hoping I can avoid the swelling for as long as possible, but I know it's bound to hit probably any day now. As much as it's kind of nice being pregnant, I will be really happy to be done. I cannot believe today is already September 1st. This summer has been so hot and humid that I've done a lot of staying indoors, which unfortunately made it feel like the summer just flew by. I don't normally look foward to cold weather, but I do look forward to the cooler fall temperatures. I'm tired of this heat and all the sweat it brings with it.

baby look like week by week
baby look like week by week
Your Pregnancy Week by Week
This highly successful trade bestseller is now a Miniature Edition™. Written by an experienced doctor and a family health expert, this generously sized abridgment is updated, fully revised, and packed with critical information. Find out how your baby is developing, changes in your body, nutritional information, essential tips, and weekly exercises that are safe for you and your baby. The week-by-week format and helpful line drawings throughout will keep soon-to-be mothers informed at every stage of their pregnancy.

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