I prefer the second image, but I am a bit worried about criticism for it as it’s probably not a pose that heavily pregnant women should be doing. I held it for about 30 seconds…
I feel like I really need to look at my hospital bag and hypnobirthing again…
Well, at this point there really isn’t much time left for the baby. My Nan is like ‘she’ll come when she’s ready’, but I’m like ‘unless she gets to 42 weeks and then they’ll force her out…’.
I’d be resting having some water/energy drink and then my legs would start to cramp up and I knew it was time for the down stage of labour again.
When she couldn’t figure out what position the baby was in, she was saying that she thought the baby was hunching over her shoulders which was confusing her.
I am finding it harder to get up from the floor now for sure…
Hurrah. Still holding my breath though…
Last time I went to the wrong department, so this time I was not going to get it wrong.
I wasn’t sure if reception was even open. It was a bit weird. Someone at the door asks you why you are there, and then they just say okay.
Luckily I had got there early, but time was running out. My Mum dropped me off and took B to a supermarket while she waited as T was in a meeting.
They said it is confusing. Obviously…
I’m definitely not going to pack any heavy clothes for the hospital.
At one point I said it’s so clever and she said if you were taught how to use it you’d soon understand it.
I know the weight isn’t super accurate (or so I think), but the fact the technology shows a substantial increase in weight over 2 weeks says a lot.
Hurrah, it’s a massive faff going there so that’s a relief.
I really don’t see what the hassle is with wearing a mask.
It was a struggle when T and I were both ill last month and had to look after B. Plus having a newborn baby = more difficulty. No thanks, I’d rather avoid getting it. I probably won’t be venturing anywhere indoors with Baby for a while anyways, but no masks puts me off going to a few possible places that I could go to.
Also, my Nan is quite elderly and I do not want her catching it – though she goes out shopping way more than I do. She needs to go out for sanity, so I hope people who do not wear masks keep their distance.
I don’t like seeing her poorly. Just lying on the floor while rubbing her back etc. Poor thing.
She is still in a good mood though even when she is not feeling great. Still dancing. Still keen for books. Still had some appetite.
The other night I was awake from 2 to 3.30am. Every time I wake up I wonder if my water has broken.
I don’t want my water breaking at 10pm when I haven’t slept since the morning etc.
I’ll say ‘run to the cupboard’ ‘run to the window’ etc. She’ll do it about 10 times. I joke that I am training her for marathons already. She has been napping better lately, it’s probably just her being under the weather but it’s good to wear her out too.
One we see most days, and the other one we have only met a couple of times but is a therapy dog and used to little kids patting it. She still won’t go near the big dogs though, unless they come over to her and sniff her, which they like to do from time to time…
I think it’s because it rhymes and sometimes she dances to it while I say the words.
I keep saying it, but it’s true. I don’t know if I’m ready for it, but I have little choice.
Just yesterday I was thinking how steady we are with our routine and how it works well. Baby will just slot in and will be happy as long as she gets fed, changed and sleeps for now I guess.
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