My oh my, how time flies when you’re having fun AND growing a baby boy!
I can’t believe I’m already writing another pregnancy recap. I’ve, or should I say we’ve, successfully made it through seven months together and am now embarking upon our final two months or eight weeks if you like to think of it that way.
I’ll get into the details of this past month in a moment, but I can continue to confidently say I’m loving this miraculous experience. As my belly grows and my son moves and kicks and squirms more and more, I am filled with more and more joy and eagerness to meet my son.
Has this last month had its ups and downs? You betcha! From baby daddy leaving my side to tackle planning the security for the Inauguration (no big deal, right?) to potentially having gestational diabetes (alas, I did not), this month hasn’t been the cake walk of the others but still loaded with excitement and blessings.
Without further ado, let’s hop into what my lasyt month of pregnancy was like. The good, the bad, and the downright strange.
Aversions: Nada out of the ordinary. No nausea or oversensitivity to smells.
Cravings: Nothing overwhelmingly crazy like it was this summer but I'm still consuming mass quantities of:
Still kickin’ butt and takin’ names, y’all. I’m doing something everyday, with time in the gym 5-6 days a week.
Mood Changes: Not too much new to report here…
Alrighty my delightful friends. That's what's up these day in my healthy, happy pregnancy land.
Let's Chat: Here's my pregancy question for y'all today. So I've started a drawer of hospital bag items. The bag is not packed, but items are being set aside. What are 3 things you would recommend I take and 3 things I really don't need to bother with?
Your advice, wisdom, and commentary is MUCH appreciated by this first time mom.
Be well, and I'll see y'all tomorrow with my weekly workouts!
Healthy Happy Texan
I'm a Foodie, Fitness Instructor, and Follower of Christ. Add a passion for teaching others, dark chocolate, bacon, and dogs -- and that's me in a box.
Come on, let's live a little!