33 weeks

How far along? 33 weeks
Total weight gain:
 10 pounds (after initial loss of 4 pounds: 14 pounds)
Maternity clothes? Why yes…and a few non-maternity dresses from my closet. :D
Stretch marks? Barely.
Sleep: Same old, same old. I can’t get comfortable and have to pee a lot.
Best moment this week:
 Packing my hospital bag! Eee!
Miss Anything? Bending over. I tried helping Logan bag all of the leaves in the yard, but bending over is quite painful.
Movement: Yep! It’s so funny too, because when I wake up in the morning, I’ll lay there for a few minutes and the baby will start to move too! Most mornings usually start with the hiccups for the little one. So precious!
Food cravings: Nothing really…except dessert. But, I think that’s just a Caroline thing, not a pregnancy thing. ;-)
Anything making you queasy or sick: Nope.
Gender: It’s a surprise!
Labor Signs: Nope, just the occasional Braxton Hicks contractions.
Symptoms: Just uncomfortably large, but I’ll take that over the nausea of the first trimester.
Belly Button in or out? It’s flat in line with my belly and when I am really full, it starts to push out. Haha!
Wedding rings on or off? On, but a little bit tight due to this crazy heat! Ugh. Summer.
Happy or Moody most of the time: Happy dappy! I’m just so excited and hoping for the best. (Terrified of potential ceasarean section.)
Looking forward to: Our birthing class this week! I have lots of questions! :D

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4 Responses to 33 weeks

  1. Andrea says:

    Started checking out your website for recipes and have loved following your pregnancy journey! I had two c-sections with both of my babies – don’t be terrified. Just take it a step at a time and remember that no matter how it happens, the end result is the same – you get to meet your baby!!!!

    • caroline says:

      Thank you for that. I’m still terrified, but you are so right. Then end result is meeting your baby. :D Yay! Thanks Andrea!

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