Bumpdate Week 27

Bumpdate 27

How far along: 27 weeks! This is the last week of the second trimester. Only 88 days to go to! (Approximately)

Sex of Baby W: Boy oh boy

Weight gain: I still haven’t gained any additional weight…

Size of Baby W: He should be about 2 pounds and 14.5 inches long. Or the size of a head of cauliflower.

Maternity clothes: This last week, the one pair of pants that I was still able to button failed me. I don’t really feel like I have gotten any bigger nor have I gained weight. However, with the realization that I cannot button those jeans anymore, I snagged a pair of maternity jeans from the consignment store for cheap!

Baby items: We are starting to accumulate more George things. This is getting real friends. We decided to register for a bed instead of make one. There was just too much going on for us to worry about that project. Plus with registering, we could look for a convertible bed that we can use long past baby stages. My mom is awesome and got that for us, and we have also had a few other items trickle in thanks to friends! We are super blessed. While my mom was here a couple weeks ago, she and I worked on all the bedding for George. Between her sewing expertise and my newbie skills, we managed to crank out some things out that I am really proud of. Once we put the crib up, I will definitely share pictures of the final products. They are so delightful!

Stretch marks: Nothing yet! Score for my belly!

Belly button in or out: Still in, but it is definitely working on flattening out.

Sleep: I have actually been sleeping fairly well, with only a few nights a week when I need to make a pee run. I have had to up the pillows around me, so it basically looks like I have a wall of cushioning around me while I sleep. It’s kind of sad because it alienates the dogs from snuggling with me. But, I can’t depend on them to stay still all night, so pillows it is.

Best moment the past few weeks: My mom visiting

Worst moment the past few weeks: I thought it was the glucose test on Monday to see about gestational diabetes. They had me fast for 13 hours (ugh I am a foodie!) and then stuck me in a room for 3 hours watching Rachael Ray cook delicious food. Torture. But the worst moment was definitely the next day when we had a scare that George may be arriving a lot earlier than we thought. After a trip to the hospital, everything checked out normal, so no one freak out on me. At the time however, I was terrified while we waited for all the tests and the observations they did on me and Baby G. It was way too early to be in a delivery room. He was just having a grand ol’ time playing around in there; he must be honing his Whitener pranking skills early. Oh, and they think I peed my pants and was just having normal cramps. Well isn’t that what every 29 year old woman wants to hear? (And for the record, I know they are medical professionals, but I am positive that was not pee!)

Miss anything: Being able to wear my favorite swim suits and feeling comfortable in them. I did buy a “mom” suit for the summer that I like, but it’s just not the same.

Cravings: Not really. I guess I am boring in this category…

Movement: Holy cow is he moving and grooving now. He rolls, kicks, punches, and everything in between. I felt him have hiccups the other day, which is adorable. I also think that he can hear music because I notice a difference when certain things are on.

Symptoms/how I am feeling: Besides the beginning of this week, I have been feeling pretty good. I am definitely feeling more tired though lately. I am trying to take advantage of energy when I have it. I also haven’t been able to wear my contacts all the time like I normally do. I have read in a few places that it is normal for your contacts to be dryer than normal during pregnancy. Then add allergy goodness to that=this girl in glasses more often than not. My emotions have been all over the place; pregnancy hormones are real people. I have been pretty snippy with Tom lately, and usually he calls me out on my BS, which unfortunately makes me flip emotions and sulk. I also cried over a spiral cut ham that was not cut to my liking. Like bent over the sink bawling…Dramatic much? Oh and there was a cheesecake that Tom ate in one sitting, that I didn’t get a piece of that made me shed some ugly tears. Seriously, why did you do that to your pregnant wife!? See emotions run rampant…

Looking forward to: Our baby showers and the weddings we will be attending in the next month. I can’t wait to see family and friends from all over!

Also, Tom and I are excited for our future of this. Undoubtedly with our child, there are some fun times ahead.


14 thoughts on “Bumpdate Week 27

  1. I love reading your bumpdates. They definitely make me feel more normal in my pregnancy experience! I’m just waiting for my last pair of jeans to fail – I’m honestly surprised it made it to 20 weeks.
    Also, the pregnancy emotions are crazy. I was feeling incredibly sane for the most part and then earlier this week had an embarrassing meltdown over a missing part in an IKEA box. Yikes.
    Glad to hear George is okay and staying put!!!

    • 88 still seems like a lot to me, but hopefully they will fly by. I am excited to meet George outside the womb, but I am glad he didn’t really want to come out this week!

  2. Oh no.. You had to do the 3 hour one..? Blah. Sitting around and having them suck your blood for that long is no fun! Glad that everything else is going well though. I’m a tad jelaous about no weight gain. Have a great weekend!

  3. Sorry about your scare! That sounds awful. I’m glad everything ended up being a-ok. I’ve got my fingers crossed that you have smooth sailing and no more scary events like that for the rest of your pregnancy!

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