I will be 35 wks on Fri and surprised im still pregnant and I only give myself 2 more weeks even though I would like to make it further but my body is telling me different...
Anyways. These past few nights talk about not getting comfortable AT ALL.. No matter how many pillows I use and different types of pillows and sitting up or half and half isnt helping none.
These past few days I had a dream about my water breaking in my sleep. The other day I thought maybe I peed myself in my sleep and nope, my 3 yr old was asleep next to me so i checked to see if she had pee and maybe I was feeling her wetness and nope, we were all dry...
The other night also I dreamt that I was pushing and i must have really been pushing in my sleep because my vajayjay was feeling a bit soar that morning..
Hopefully its a sign that the time is coming soon.. I am SOOOO ready for this little booger.
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