How far along: We made it to our next milestone - 32 weeks today!
How big is baby? Baby is now the size of a pumpkin!
Sleep: Not great last night, but overall I'm doing pretty well. Can't complain there.
Symptoms: Pelvic pressure, a sore back and lots of gross discharge ramping up again. Delightful!
Best moment of this week: Seeing the baby, albeit briefly, on the hospital ultrasound. If all else goes pear shaped, so far she is tolerating all of this really well and growing beautifully,
Miss anything: Being close to home. :(
Movement: We have started having more hiccups lately (which feel so, so weird) and lots of little ninja jabs to my side. I hope she's still head down in there.
Food cravings: Cripes, I'd gladly accept anything apart from this horrific hospital food. ANYTHING.
Anything making you queasy or sick: The food. Yuck.
How's your mood? I'm not doing well. Hitting 32 weeks should be amazing (and it IS - three weeks of this down!) but I was promised I'd be moving to my old hospital ... and yet I'm still here. I hardly saw my hubby this week, as he started a new job and has been getting home too late to visit the wards. Georgia is starting to act out and is almost at her breaking point. My mobile coverage is playing up, we had some sad family news, and I'm just EXHAUSTED. I think I've done pretty well coping with the bed rest so far, but today I'm crumbling. :(
Looking forward to: Having a plan in place for what happens next... I don't cope well being in limbo, I need to know what's going on so that I have something to look forward to.
The Bump: A little growth spurt this week?
Saturday, 20 August 2016
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