Tuesday, July 30, 2013

One Of Those Pregnancy Posts

First I would like to say, I hit 40 followers, woo hoo! Watch out world, here I come! And thank you to everyone who keeps coming back to read what I have to say.

I figure I don't talk about pregnancy that much, so I'll go ahead and do one of those pregnancy posts. Because I know you are all wondering, if not, then wait till tomorrow, I'll have something else.

Weeks: 32 Weeks

Ignore the toys, that's Noah's Ark, most of the animals are missing because Baby Fox thinks they're his babies and carries them around until he loses them, and then goes to fetch a new one. At least there is two of each animal, takes twice as long to lose everything. Oh and please excuse the way I look, it's right before bedtime and I've been up for 15 hours already.
 Belly Button: Creepy outtie, seriously, it's creepy, like where did it come from and I hope it goes away the minute this alien comes out. Oh and when you push on it, it's squishy, you're welcome for that visual.

Feeling: Sorta crappy. Gotta admit, I'm not one of those girls that loves being pregnant, it's a means to an end. Although do I really want a crying newborn? Hmm...I hope she's snuggly at least. I don't sleep and I wake up 2-3 times a night to go pee...waking up at 5am (technically 4:54am) to go to work doesn't really help either though.

Also feeling like oh my gosh we have 8 weeks left till due date, 6 weeks if she comes as early as Baby Fox did, and the room is no where near ready...when I say no where near ready, I mean we just ordered Baby Fox's furniture this past weekend, and we just got her bedding in the mail, and have NOTHING else.And the room is still full of my crafting stuff, and I have no idea where to put it...hmmm...???

What Happened This Week: Went to the doctors yesterday, going to the doctors every 2 weeks now (this is getting real!) Although all they do is have you pee in a cup, doc measures your tummy (yep it's getting bigger) and listens for a heartbeat. That part was cool, it goes, swoosh, swooosh, swoooosh, ah, music to my ears.

I can't remember what else people write...OH...

Looking Forward To: Maternity leave...4 more weeks baby! And of course meeting baby girl, wondering what she'll look like, how big she'll be, will she be small like Baby Fox, or will she be big like her cousin (he was 9.5 pounds) I'm hoping for something smaller then 8 pounds... please be less then 8 pounds, I thought pushing a 6 pound baby out was hard enough, I can't imagine 2 more pounds, yikes!

Scared of: The Epidural, I had a bad experience the first time around. I'm hoping that same doctor isn't on staff this time around. I told her if she walked in to give me my epidural this time around, I would seriously consider going with no drugs, yep that's how bad my experience was. Those that haven't had one, the epidural was seriously a life saver after she got it in and it started working, but it shouldn't have been that traumatic.

Baby Fox: Is excited for baby sister to come, he wants to feed her all of his food and drinks. Sometimes he'll walk up to my belly and point his cup or food towards my belly and make a noise like she's eating/drinking whatever he has. So cute, we keep telling him that she'll be too little to eat his food/drinks. I think he's going to be a great big brother, that is after he gets over the jealously thing.

Mr.: He's been great and really supportive. I can't believe how lucky I am to have him in my life and how my love for him has grown exponentially since having kids. Watching him with Baby Fox is the best things ever.

While Mr. was taking pictures of me he said, do one of those silly heart pictures...haha, for whatever reason we both think those pictures are hilarious. Here's my version:


And in case you wanted to see a side view. I think this picture is really deceiving, I am really bigger then that in real life. Seriously, I think it's the black skirt, it's slimming or something.


How She's Like Baby Fox: She gets the hiccups at least twice a day if not 3 times. She has them as I type this out. Feels strange, but makes me know that her lungs are developing with each hiccup.

I think that's it, probably more then you wanted to know. Don't worry this will be my first and last one of these.

Until tomorrow!

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6 comments:

  1. You look adorable with your belly. And you know what, you're baby girl won't even know (or care) of her room isn't ready by time she arrives. :)

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  2. You're an adorable preg, Sarah!!

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  3. Aw I think you look great! But I am with you, pregnancy is definitely a means to an end. I am soooo ready for mine to be over!

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  4. YAY I love seeing a picture of your baby bump. You look amazing!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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