We’ve only got 6 weeks left!! This week my notes for week 33 were simple:
‘Baby kicking insanely strong. Dragging her feet around stretching out.
Morning sickness is definitely back.
Not weeing as much’
All I do is think about going for a wee! It’s taken over my blooming life. If we go somewhere for food or shopping as soon we enter I’m planning routes to the toilet. I plan my shopping route, so I can make a toilet trip between shops. I’ve never been an organised person either, it’s all new to my pregnant self. Maybe that’s why our bodies do it, making sure we are prepared for the ridiculous amount of planning that needs to be done for baby. Or it could just be the fact little peach uses my bladder as her personal pillow. I’m going to pretend it’s the first and carry on the farce that I can be even remotely organised, even before a baby.
Like I said, the morning sickness is back and back with a vengeance too. I think I’ve been extremely lucky and had it quite easy, but it’s still hard. I’ve got a phobia of puking, so every time I get that whoosh of sickness I hope it’s not the time I can’t hold it down. So far so good and no puking has occurred just a whole load of gagging and sitting there with a panicked look on my face.
It hasn’t only been sickness though, this week I’ve had some of the worst pain all over my body making walking extremely difficult, luckily I’m happy enough laying in bed catching up on YouTube videos (and eating all our left over Easter chocolate). Every bone in my body has been aching, but damn my pelvis is taking a load of crap lately. I’ve been getting a shaft shorting pain which has me stopping in the middle of the street as if I’m having a contraction (don’t worry I’m aware they’re going to be ten times worse).
The pain is starting to ease off quite a bit now at the end of the week, so fingers crossed for a pain free rest of my time. Talking about fingers, they’ve been almost the worst place for pain, waking up with stiff fingers and sore hands is not the greatest thing I’ve experienced. Maybe I’ll just cross my arms instead.
Peachy girl has been kicking away more than ever. She’s started doing this thing where she kicks out, digs her heel in and drags it along my tummy. Marvellous. I’ve a feeling that she’s recognising voices a little too, as when her dad comes home from work and starts talking or has a loud conversation she starts kicking around like crazy. I bet she’s going to be a right little daddy’s girl. I’m totally on board with that because they’ll both be the most adorable pair I could imagine.
This week has been a long one due to the pain, but the increasing kicks makes it all better. We’ve got another growth scan next Wednesday and I’m so excited to see her pouty little face! Hopefully I’ll have a new ultrasound to share with you.
(Thanks for reading and keeping up with our pregnancy it’s so lovely sharing with you all and reading all your wonderful comments x)