(thought I would post since I slacked last week! and since Korin had her baby!) Christina and Yellow Team Baby!
W/G: 15 lbs
S/C: hmm...aside from being very pregnant...feel like my hips are going to fall apart, heartburn everytime I bend over, speaking of bending over - that's getting difficult! I guess you would say the usual
Other: Finally got the baby stuff out of storage and working on getting things washed and set up. Need to pick up a few more things, other than that, just waiting! Getting a little twitchy, every little cramp gets me wondering if it's almost that time!
S/C- lol Christina I second that same as usual , sleep is crappy these days that throughout the day I'm just exhausted then get energy and that happens all day ..heartburn you stink and if one more person tells me how big I am I may just scream : )
Other - my DD bday was a complete success yesterday and she had a great time : ) this is prob my last post sched. RCS next Tuesday and I have so much running around to do Monday for blood work and all that ... Good luck to all you ladies on here hope everyone has smooth deliveries and healthy happy babies : )
Me (30) DH (33) DD (13) DD (10) DD (2) Repeat c- section for me 10/23 can't wait to meet my lil football player !! Yay Blue team !!
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