Friday, September 23, 2011
Total weight gain/loss: I've jumped around already. I've lost and gained and lost some more. I have no idea where I stand at the moment, but I have an appt next week.
Maternity clothes? I've kind had to be in them since early on.
Stretch marks? Just old ones.
Sleep: All the time. I have no energy and so I catnap all day long some days.
Best moment this week: I got to see my sweet little baby on US on Tuesday and it has a beautiful heartbeat!
Food cravings:Plain ruffle chips and yogurt w/fresh strawberries & granola
Gender: Not until November
Labor Signs: Heck no
Belly Button in or out? Its still an innie
Wedding rings on or off?Since I'm doing home IV therapy I have my puffy days, so all I can wear is my engagement ring, but not for long.
What I miss: Not feeling like everything is coming back up and being exhausted all the time
What I am looking forward to:
Feeling better. I'm tired of being sick.
Weekly Wisdom:Eat what you can, when you can and don't be afraid to call the Dr if you can't keep anything down
Milestones: I'm nine weeks and still going strong! Go super strong baby!
Thursday, September 22, 2011
I feel lousy and I feel even more so knowing my kids are suffering for it. I'm hoping this fatigue and all day sickness end soon. The Dr says hopefully within the next few weeks as I reach the end of first trimester I should start feeling better as far as morning sickness goes, who knows about the fatigue. I won't mind being done with my IV stuff, its a nuisance. I get on my computer so little and when I do I have so little energy to post anything. I hope to get on here a little more often, but it all depends on my energy levels. Bear with me, as I move through first trimester. Tomorrow I'll start posting about my pregnancy, but tonight I'll leave it at this. I miss writing and I miss all of you!
Thursday, September 15, 2011
That's right, we're due April 27th, which comes as a great relief to me that we are finally pregnant. I was worried after the last two miscarriages, but this pregnancy seems like its going to stick. We've already seen the cute little 'Bean' and it has a nice heartbeat. (Much to my relief!) Although my due date is in April, my Dr won't let me go past 35 weeks which is March 23rd, due to how close my two pregnancies are and the fact I had a C-Section. I guess there is the risk of the incision splitting open with my contractions and putting the baby's and my life at risk. And with that being said, this pregnancy is the our last. My Hubby and I feel that this will complete our family, so I'll be having a hysterectomy 6 weeks following delivery as long as they have no emergency need to remove it sooner. We are both excited and nervous. I have to admit, although I know its the right and best thing for us to do, the idea of the hysterectomy and having no more babies that way is both exciting and sad. It ends a phase in our lives and there's no going back. I'll be done having kids before I turn 27. It does mean I'll be a young Grandma and all our kids will be out of our house before I turn 50. More info and photos to come about the newest little member of our family.
Thursday, September 1, 2011
This idea came from two different blogs Arms Wide Open and she got it from The Outdoor Wife. Every month they dive into what they're reading, what they wants to read, what they're watching, listening, loving… all of it… for that particular month. It sounded like so much fun and would give a different feel to my blog. So here goes for the month of September.
What I'm Reading:
Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson
Dreaming Anastasia by Joy Preble
I want to start reading Tiger's Quest (Book #2 in Tiger's Curse Series) by Colleen Houck
What I'm Listening To:
I am guilty of having not loaded any music yet onto my new laptop, so there isn't anything to listen to for the moment. I do have plans to put whole bunch of movie soundtracks that are mostly instrumental like Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Twilight, etc. But it requires some work in tracking it all down. I'll also add music by Tim McGraw, Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, etc. For a good mix. Maybe October I'll have a lot more fun stuff to listen to.
We just recently had our dish shut off to save on money, so I can't watch anything on TV, but as my shows start airing their new seasons you can bet I'll be watching them intently on the web.
Bones is always at the
top of my list. I'm excited about the new changes that could bring a whole new vibe to the show. Can I just say how frustrating it is for a show to end on such a big drop and you have to wait months to see what happens next? Well Grrrr on the waiting.
The Vampire Diaries is also up on my list of things to watch coming up in the next few weeks. It also ended on quite the cliff-hanger, so I'll be excited to see what comes next with Elena, Stefan and Damon. Not to mention all the others.
And of course, you have to include Castle in my list of must watch shows this month. I absolutely adore Nathan Fillion aka Castle and I can't get enough of his snarky attitude. For those of you who watch are you just dying to know what's going to happen to Beckett? If you don't watch, then perhaps you should. ;)
In the Netflix Queue:
We do still have our Netflix acct, thank heavens otherwise I'd be bored to tears some days or rather nights. Seeing as once the kids go to bed, it's just me most nights while my Hubby is working.
Dr Quinn Medicine Woman Season 2- I used to love this show and still do as I'm rewatching a show from my childhood. I love the new adventures every episode. It's a great family show!
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves-a classic must have to watch. My Hubby and I will both enjoy watching this one together when given the opportunity to actually be awake together. Favorite line 'Why a spoon, cousin?' 'Cause it will hurt more!'-Sheriff of Nottingham
As You Like It-I'm a big Shakespeare fan and this is one I haven't seen, so I'm excited to see what it entails.
Cupid & Cate-a Hallmark movie, which I love most of these and I just have to fit one or two in when I can.
This long awaited post by Megan @ In This Wonderful Life-Twins Slideshow. I've been looking forward to the birth of this amazing lady's twins following the passing of her sweet little boy last summer. Go Megan!
No Bake Smore Bars by Lorie @ Be Different, Act Normal look just to die for and are giving me cravings for the chocolaty goodness I should be avoiding. ;)
And just generally watching what my friend Sarah's responses are to 30 Days of Truth @ Benji Sarah and Max. She is so entertaining, I love it! Thanks Sarah for making my day!