cant. stop. EATING!
Posted 18 May 2012 - 02:39 PM
I remember the can't stop eating moments.
Now I'm at the point where I get full SO QUICK. I have 28 days left, and have no room whatsoever left for any food.
Rich is used to me stuffing my face, so whenever I take a small portion or can't finish what's on my plate, he's all "are you okay?"
Posted 18 May 2012 - 02:53 PM
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:00 PM
...and the breathing room, and the bladder room, and the colon room, and the sciatic nerve room and the everythingelse room!
And yes. Yes yes yes.
Would I still do it all over again? Hells yes. I only recently became miserable. I jinxed myself because I was walking around bragging "Oh I haven't thrown up once and I feel great and this is awesome".
Now I grunt everytime I get up, I pee every 2 seconds, I have shitty nights of sleep, and I'm just uncomfortable in general.
But, I would still do it again.
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:02 PM
no i dont think ive felt movements... im about 14 weeks and from what i understand its still a tiny bit early for that but trust me im on guard for it! the other night i was leaning over the bed in a really weird position and it felt like something bulbous kind of settled on the one side. i got excited thinking it was the babys head but my sister (a nurse) said it was probably just my whole uterus.
I felt bubbling (no better way to describe it than bubbling ) around 15/16 weeks. I think 19/20 was when I felt kicks and punches. Rich didn't believe me, and then one day I put his hand there, and he was like, WHOA! So that moment was fun! Wait until your baby starts rolling...that will catch you off guard! That movement makes me feel nauseous.
Now my favorite thing to do is watch my stomach move. It's like an alien in there. It's crazy. She's most active at night. During the day she will jab once in a while and roll around, but night is when my stomach is bouncing.
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:05 PM
And yes. Yes yes yes. Would I still do it all over again? Hells yes. I only recently became miserable. I jinxed myself because I was walking around bragging "Oh I haven't thrown up once and I feel great and this is awesome". Now I grunt everytime I get up, I pee every 2 seconds, I have shitty nights of sleep, and I'm just uncomfortable in general. But, I would still do it again.
It's SO worth every uncomfortable moment once you hold that baby in your arms.
Even the birthing pain. TOTALLY worth it.
Then they turn into teenagers and the monsters take their brains...
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:09 PM
Well, my midwife said do the opposite. I now sleep with one pillow, and hug my body pillow (and shove it between my legs so my hips don't hurt), and now I sleep AWESOME! Course, I also have earplugs in, and once that baby is out, the earplugs won't be in action, obviously, but for now, I'm enjoying them.
I need something to put under my stomach, though, because that is starting to feel uncomfortable. I need to elevate it a little if that makes any sense. I've been shoving a blanket there, but I'm thinking I need one of those pillow wedge hoo ha things.
Ah, the joys of being pregnant.
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:25 PM
esp the rolling baby part... first ive heard that! and ive had two sisters who already have babies talking at me non stop! they are both younger than me and have been wanting me to join their silly breeders club for awhile now. hehehe.
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:27 PM
also, a weird fact i read: the reason pregnant woman need so much water is that bc during the pregnancy they almost DOUBLE their blood supply. crazy!
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:30 PM
But it is interesting when you are peeing and baby kicks you right in the bladder.
I drink so much water, it is insane. I should just live on the toilet. All I do is pee. Every night at 3am...like clockwork. I got up at 4:30 this morning as well to pee. I always say "I'm going to stop drinking water at 8pm". Yeah right. 8:05 I'm chugging it because I'm so damn thirsty.
Are you going to find out if babykittybeard is a boy or girl?
Posted 18 May 2012 - 03:58 PM
We thought our baby was a boy, too. Nope. Girl.
Ravn...wha? Grinding on my cervix? Ouchy. Ack.
Posted 19 May 2012 - 12:18 AM
Reading this has quite possibly scared me away from pooping out a baby some day (Thats how it works right?) That video IS awesome!
I could tell you where my stitches are after having Tegan. That would add to the fear. ((I tore going UP,,think about where the stitches are))