33 Week Bumpdate (Pineapple)
how far along: 33 Weeks
size of baby: Pineapple 17 in., 4 lb
total weight gain: 21.5 lbs
favorite clothes: sandals, Zach’s boxers, loose tops and a sport bra.
symptoms: this has actually been a pretty rough week. I have been having a lot of foot and leg pain. My exhaustion has been pretty constant and of course I still can’t breathe. Cramps and braxton hicks seems to be getting harder to deal with lol, but I expect that around this time so it isn’t unusual.
sleep: not well, I have to get up a lot to use the bathroom of course, but I have been waking up extremely early and not falling back to sleep until right when it is time to actually get out of bed. That is probably why I have been so exhausted this week.
must-haves: Water, heart burn medicine, leggings, and my hubby’s nice, loose and cozy boxers.
cravings: Chinese food and sugary treats.
baby movement: he moves so much and so fast I don’t know how he has any room in there for the craziness going on in there lol. He stays pretty much on the right side all the time and so that gets a bit painful.
gender: Boy, Alexander James!
husband: he finally had his week off after two months and it was amazing. We don’t even have to be hanging out, just knowing he is home and not at work is really so comforting for me. I miss him when he is working and the kids definitely do. They have had so much fun this week and I’ve enjoyed listening to all of their games and shouts throughout the house, since it has been raining the whole week. He is getting excited for baby and cannot wait to get the crib and dresser set up so we can be completely done with the nursery.
best moment this week: every bit of family time we have gotten in. My two close friends threw me a surprise baby shower which was completely unexpected and so nice! I was very surprised and very appreciative of them and of my husband for getting in touch with everyone and managing to keep it a secret! There was family from out of town here and it was just so nice to see everyone and feel loved!
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