We’re about 30 weeks in, with two and a half months left till Baby Girl gets right here. And I think it’s protected to say that the “sweet spot” I was in final time is loooong gone. It was beautiful whilst it lasted, gang! We’ve got aches, we’ve got pains, we’ve got a little waddle beginning to create that I’m fighting as fiercely as I can. 😉 But so far infant is nonetheless healthful and I’m nonetheless going to the fitness center so I’m counting those as key wins. Here’s some a lot more. xoxo
EATING literally just watermelon for dinner.
DRINKING like a camel. Do camels drink a lot? Maybe I just feel like a camel due to the fact I have a big hump in my middle.
READING welllllll NOT any child books. And I just sort of realized that perhaps I should do a small refresher on newborn stuff like sleep training and breastfeeding. I really feel pretty confident in most of the stuff that I don’t forget with Henry, but I’m confident that there are information that we forgot in our newborn stupor.
WANTING my body back. I’m so grateful (SO SO BLESSED) to be capable to carry this baby and that she’s on the way, but I definitely feel the toll that a second baby is taking on my physique. It’s uncomfortable bordering on painful at times and I’m truly feeling the strain of carrying around 20 extra pounds. My tailbone aches, my feet are so tender in the mornings I can’t walk properly, and my ligaments are stretching in methods that they just didn’t last time. Ouch.
SLEEPING is annoying. Can we just leave it at that?
WEARING the same maternity garments more than and more than because I refuse to get any a lot more. We can make it ten a lot more weeks in what we have, for crying out loud!
FEELING so excited for the fall, for a little maternity leave, and to just snuggle up and focus on family members toward the end of the year.
LOVING my husband and every single tiny factor he does to try to help our loved ones via a actually crazy season! Pregnancy, renovation, parenting a toddler — we are in the deep finish correct now and he is keeping us all afloat.