Sometimes she just puts a hand on the side of her head, which may or may not be down to teething.
The climbing frame was supposed to come on a Friday, but eventually arrived on a Tuesday so she had to wait for the weekend for us to set it up.
My Nan got the zebra from a charity shop for four quid. Of course at first she loved the zebra more. They have the same one at the soft play place I took her to, but she was too young for it then and it had no batteries in it – the music adds a lot to it.
She likes to hang on the climbing frame and watch TV.
I was hoping it was her new things wearing her out. Potentially so, but now she’s back to waking up between 5.15 and 5.45 again.
She’ll wake up a lot until midnight and then she seems to conk out until 5 something. Actually I think I’m lying; she does wake up at one, two, four, whatever, except for last night.
I feel sorry for her. It must be so unpleasant.
I feel embarrassed to admit that we have only been brushing her teeth once a day, but we need to start doing it more. I’m not looking forward to it.
I tried changing my toothpaste but that hasn’t really helped.
I think sometimes I eat too much in the evenings, so last night I tried eating a bit less. I still felt sick, but I managed to not be sick after brushing my teeth at night.
I could not be bothered to have a shower, but I did the gargling, constant nose blowing, spitting etc. After I lay down for bed a lot more came up. It’s horrid.
Lucky me. It wasn’t bad at all then as it was water that would come up.
It’s so horrid.
I thought with B I’d be a 42-weeker. This time I do not want to be, but you never know.
I don’t know how people can be chill for their whole pregnancy. Is anyone?
This makes it sounds like people care. No one cares, but for me it is a big deal. I’ve been dragging out posting my non pregnancy related stuff for a while – going down from two posts a week to one. Now I need to post a backlog of stuff…
With B I waited until after I was 20 weeks, but that was because it took so long to get my syndrome results back. I’m hoping sharing my story this time might help others who may be at similar stage – I’m bored of reading comments on different platforms about people being dumb for getting pregnant during a pandemic.
I just wish I had more time to do it. Yesterday B was sat on the floor with me while I tried to sort through things. I’m playing my favourite game of ‘would I pay £5 to ship this book to keep it?’ I need to be quite ruthless.
We’ve lived with my Nan for 9 months now. We’re grateful, but we need some more space to ourselves. We keep looking at moving out, but we are looking for something short term now and there is not much about. By us living with her she gets support, and we also get support. I think it is normal to want more space, though I feel bad for saying these things.
I do not think that I will be nesting to the same level as when B was born, as I will have B to look after. Also with how our living arrangement is it will be harder to organise things without waking one of them up.
No gaga yet, but just a lot of riffing on g sounds.
It might not be too long now before she talks more.
‘Do you want some water?’ ‘Yeah’ Does she really want some water though?
If she hears a door open she is off. Life is just a game of moving things further away from B and her grasp.
She had about four tissues at first, but I took them away except for one. She had a lot of fun ripping it up. I figured it’s good for a lot of skills, though I probably shouldn’t encourage her.
At the park yesterday she was just sat down by the swings. She did do a few steps at one point but she is not a fan.
I do not mind as it gives me a break, and I know she sees me all the time so she’s not so bothered by me.
When I leave she does not care at all, which is good. Tiago will put B down and she will cry, but I have to tell him that once he has put her down he should not pick her up again – as I think she cries more as she knows he usually will pick her up again. It sounds mean, but he usually puts her down as he has things to do, so he needs to go do them.
This morning we waved bye through the window, then I took her to the living room before he’d pulled away and within 30 seconds she was fine.
13 weeks pregnant with B comparison:
(I don’t have a picture from 14 weeks, and I’ll save the 14 and a half weeks one for my next post.)
Well, I have been mentioning vomit a lot lately. I was more sick when I was pregnant with B though. Luckily my food aversions didn’t seem so bad this time too.
With this image/hashtags I think I must have actually had a stomach bug or something as Tiago was also sick at least once. We were visiting his brother in Portugal at time and I was really struggling to find food that I wanted to eat as all my usual favourite things weren’t really available.
I’m starting to feel sick just looking at this image and reading the hashtags…
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