I have been a total bloggy-slacker the last few weeks. I have like six drafts saved that I’ve been working on, but honestly, this is the first time I’ve touched my computer since last Wednesday. This whole
morning all day sickness thing is very new for me, and some days it takes every ounce of my energy to function at a bare minimum level, let alone do extra.
Hopefully I start feeling halfway human again in the next few weeks as Aiden heads back to school, and we get back into our usual routine.
How far along? Eleven weeks
Are you showing? Yes, and it’s getting more difficult to hide it. Still debatable to others whether I’m pregnant or just getting chubby.
Gender: We’ll find out the first week of October! Drew and Aiden want a girl, I would like a girl since we obviously already have a boy, but I’ll be happy either way!
Total weight gain: Still down from where I started.
Maternity clothes: Wore my maternity shorts the past few days. My normal shorts still fit, they’re just uncomfortable and squish my belly.
Stretch marks: Just the pre-existing ones.
Sleeping: Not so well. But tired alllllll the time.
Food Cravings: Lemonade, Sunny D, and Micasita. (Just the best Mexican restaurant in the world…or at least in NC. Haven’t found one in Raleigh yet that compares.)
Anything making you sick or queasy? Just oxygen. Husband thinks I seem to be getting better. Wife thinks Husband is nuts 😉
Miss Anything? Energy, Wine, and Sushi.
Movement: I could’ve sworn I felt flutters the other night! But it’s so early that I think I imagined it.
Labor signs: Nope!
Symptoms: Light stretching/cramps, pure exhaustion, morning (read: all dang day) sickness, soooooo emotional, and the acne of a teenager.
Belly Button in or out: Still in!
Wedding rings on or off: On
Happy or moody: Happy for the most part! But very easily brought to tears by absolutely nothing. Miss my Mommy a lot. (Typing that just made me tear up- I rest my case.)
Best moments this week: Spending the WHOLE day with Hubs on Saturday. We rarely get to do that anymore.
Looking forward to: Morning sickness easing up, and feeling some non-imagined flutters!