I'm at 37 weeks with a total of 17 days till my EDD. I've been feeling contractions off and on for a few days now and this heat is not helping me be comfortable. I'm looking forward to my little Wyatt getting here.
well the first 18 weeks seemed to drag on and on but I think that was because of the morning sickness since that part has passed time seems to be flying right past me. So far me and the hubby have tried sex, spicy food, walking, and then today we tried fresh pineapple along with more spicy foods. I don't really think anything is working but I have been having bh/contractions every 6 to 30 minutes for the last 4/5 days and then today I have just been super emotional like way more then normal during my pregnancy so I am hoping that means labor is around the corner... I am soo tired and feel like a snail when I try to move lol
Must be... and although its really not much fun for you, its probably best for LO... Leaving town this evening after work so I hope mine is as comfy in there as yours is so he doesn't arrive 10 hours away from home!
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