*How big is baby?: Baby weighs around 3.75 lbs and is over 16.7 inches long. The size of a large jicama! According to BabyCenter, the baby will gain a third to half of his/her birth weight from now on. Wow!
*Sleep?: Sleeping great, not even up for bathroom breaks!
*Best moment this week?: I got the nursery all primed, and hopefully will get it painted yet this week before Sunday because my dad and brother are going to lay the carpet!
Panoramic sneak peak at what I had to work with…
I’m not kidding. Thankfully it’s already starting to look much better 😉
*Food cravings?: Jimmy Johns veggie on wheat and a pickle. All day every day.
*What I miss: I’m kind of over missing anything besides running right now.
*What I’m looking forward to: More nursery progress. Robbie’s brother graduates from high school this weekend, so I’m looking forward to seeing friends/family, although I really wish I could indulge in an ice cold adult beverage like the rest of the people, but that’s ok. 🙂
I had my 32 week check with Dr. C and thankfully everything looks great, once again! It’s always reassuring to hear that everything is going smoothly, I’m measuring right on track, and the baby’s heartbeat is nice and strong!
I can’t believe we’re cruising through the 30’s already. This baby is going to be here so soon!
I looked back at my 32 week post from Hayden and I was fighting some nasty swelling in my feet. I remember having to prop my feet up at my desk at work and how hard that was. I’m so thankful to not have had to deal with that yet! I can definitely thank my beloved, Rehydrate, for that!
Random side note: Robbie and I are switching our life insurance, so we had to do a health screening. A nurse came to our house and took a urine sample, drew blood, took our blood pressure, etc. We got our results back and it showed that I had high cholesterol. I about fell over. I mean really?! Me and not Robbie? Ha! I assumed they accidentally switched our results haha! Anyway, I was kind of freaking out so I took the results to Dr. C and she totally laughed and said, “Yes, it should be high…you are pregnant!” Apparently that happens during pregnancy? She actually said although my numbers were considered high for a normal person, they were actually low for someone who is pregnant so she was very happy with that. Whew! I was nervous!
It’s hard to tell if there’s a difference??