1.28.2013

Baby E. 18 Weeks

So this is a little late since I’m actually 19 weeks today, but it’s more for my record keeping than worrying about being on time!
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Baby E’s Stats
Due Date: June 24, 2013

Baby’s Size: Bell Pepper or still a sweet potato depending on what source you look at!

How Far Along: 18 Weeks!

Sleep: Lots of naps!

Maternity Clothes: Still leggings & long sweaters!

Food Cravings/Aversions: Not this week!

Symptoms I Have: Still having sciatic pain. I’m hoping it’s just a passing stage of pregnancy.

Doctor’s Appointment: Tomorrow, 1/29!

Movement: Still a question of gas or baby! I think I'm close to being able to tell the difference though!

Belly Button: Still in, but getting shallower.

Gender: We’ll know tomorrow : )

Best Moment of the Week: Little sis & little friend saying "Hi, baby" to my belly and hugging it! Be still my heart.

What I’m Looking Forward To: Seeing little bit tomorrow!

What I Miss: Clear skin.

Thoughts: I gave baby their first taste of extreme laughter Friday night. We went to see a Christian comedian, Tim Hawkins & I seriously felt like my side was going to split open! It was painful, but so worth the laughs! And the mini corn dogs I indulged in at the Cheesecake Factory after the show were so worth the long, uncomfortable ride in the car!

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6 comments:

Allison Boutwell said...

You are so cute! I'm so excited to hear if your little is a boy or a girl! So exciting :)

Breanna said...

Oh sweetie! You are gorgeous! :) I love your little baby bump! So excited to follow your journey! XOXO! :)

Bethany G said...

You are such a cute little momma!! I can't wait to know the gender!! Eeek

Ruthie Hart said...

you are totally rocking that bump!! and you are HALFWAY THERE!! OMG!

Claire said...

soooo excited that you're finding out the gender tomorrow! woot woot! and LOOOOVE Tim Hawkins! So jealous you got to see him in person! I die watching his videos on line haha.

Ameryn Marie said...

So cute! Good luck at your appointment tomorrow! Hopefully you get to see the 'bits' ;)