I’ve seriously loved being pregnant, but my word it’s uncomfortable. I was definitely not prepared for the fact I would never feel comfort again. (Dramatic much?) If you are planning on having a baby then please, for the love of your bladder, get yourself a toilet to plumb in your bedroom. Maybe this is such a big issue for me because our toilet is downstairs in the absolute coldest part of the house.
Now I’m not saying I have ever had the grace of ballerina, in fact the furthest from it, but literally none of my movements are swift. I’m having to do three point turns to even start turning over in bed now. Even when I finally turn over, baby decides that position wasn’t what she wanted and performs some sort of attack on my insides until I turn back over.
Baby Peach hasn’t had the hiccups once this week! Sigh of relief from me. I love the movements, but the hiccuping makes me cringe for some reason. My mum told me I had the hiccups at least once everyday throughout most of her pregnancy with me, let’s hope this little one has eased off of them now!
I decided this week to change my diet up a bit. I’ve started eating so much fruit that I think I’m turning into an apple, though that could just be the weight gain… I bought a new water bottle in hopes it would make me drink way more water than I have been. It’s definitely working and I’m putting that down to the fact it doesn’t look as boring as drinking out of a glass does. I have switched my normal morning cereal and/or toast to Special K with Peach and Apricot which I am really enjoying, not sure if it’s the healthiest option though. – If anybody has any tips on anything I could change or introduce then I’m open to suggestions. I have no idea what I am doing to be honest.
Little one still doesn’t have a name, though we have got a list of a couple we both like. I’m thinking we won’t know until she’s born. Well, hopefully we know then or she’ll be sticking with Peach!