Saturday, June 10, 2017

I’m pregnant


It seems like I haven’t posted much on here lately, but I’ve been feeling like crap most of the time and even though I’ve wanted to do a post I just had zero motivation. I am so excited to share with you that we are pregnant! We have hoped for the moment we’d give Emma a little sister/brother for such a long time. I am currently 14 weeks pregnant, I can feel myself starting to relax and enjoy this baby now. Though our baby was very much planned it came so unexpected I couldn’t believe it and took a grand total of 28 pregnancy tests, 3 scans to sink in.

Your second pregnancy is so different to your first, some days you don’t even remember you’re pregnant. I’ve really struggled this time around. I remember saying to my husband that I always felt exhausted and I didn’t remember it feeling like this the first time around, then again I also didn’t have a two year old to run after. Symptoms I’ve had every single one, the sickness has been awful. I was on seven different anti sickness tablets a day for a few weeks! Also my skin has become so dry and keeps breaking out in spots especially on my chin.

We are having a gender scan once I reach 16 weeks, we are so excited to find out so we can start planning and getting ready. This time we’ve decided to do a gender reveal which I’m really looking forward to, with Emma we just called and texted people. We’ve got a busy few months coming up as we are planning on moving to. But I couldn’t be more excited for this next chapter.

How far along?  14 weeks.
Total weight gain: I’d rather not know.
Maternity clothes? Jeans and two t-shirts (I have a lot from Emma).
Stretch marks? None, think I got them all with Emma (so I hope).
Sleep: waking up for toilet every hour!
Best moment this week: we got to see baby.
Miss anything? Feeling human.
Movement: Nothing yet.
Anything making you queasy or sick: Mostly everything especially meat.
Food cravings: salt and vinegar crisps!
Gender: we find out in two weeks.
 Labour signs: None.
Symptoms: Headaches and exhaustion
Belly button in or out? In.
Wedding rings on or off? On.
Happy or moody most of the time: Moody.
Looking forward to: Finding out gender.

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