The Final Stretch #pregnancy | Mommy 2K

Saturday, January 5, 2013

The Final Stretch #pregnancy



I'm tired. I'm hungry. I'm only a few pounds away from two hundred. Did I mention I have two chins?

Hello, third trimester!

(I should add that Ian always says, "You're pregnant, not fat!" Way to keep me in check. LOL.)

On Wednesday, Ian and I went to the doctor's office for my monthly check-up. My OB/GYN said I'm measuring a week ahead of my estimated due date. This could mean two things – the baby will be here sooner than expected or nothing at all.

We all know that babies run the show. Due dates are just there to entertain the parents and keep them counting down the months, weeks and days.  This should be a much easier task to handle. I am now going to visit the doctor's office every two weeks. Yay me!!


I am also taking the glucose test next week. I will let you know how that goes. I hear so many negative things about this particular part of pregnancy that I don't know what to think. As with anything, I will have to experience it for myself.

I have to say, I'm getting pretty anxious. Not so much for baby to arrive, but the fact that there is so much to do.
  • I need to get organized.
  • I need to purge a lot of items.
  • I need to plan my schedule around Kaden.
  • I need to make sure MY life is in order. 
  • I need to breath. 
The good news is, I feel great! I actually feel better pregnant than I do when I wasn't pregnant. It must be the vitamins, the proper eating (some days) and the overall rush of adrenaline. It's as if your mind and body work to rekindle your spirit. I guess I need to remain positive for the baby.

My top, My boots, My jeans
click on the links to purchase


I know the mothers get most of the attention during a pregnancy, and rightfully so. However, I wanted to take a moment to thank Ian for being a great support. He is pretty used to my wavering attitude pre-pregnancy, but he has somehow managed to maneuver perfectly around my hormonal pregnancy outbursts.


Ian has always been a hands-on Dad. In fact, he is more protective than I am. I have more of a no-fuss approach when it comes to certain aspects of parenting. So far, Kaden has turned out just fine. We make a great team...flaws and all.

I know you're probably getting tired of all of my pregnancy updates. If so, too bad. This is my life, my reality, and most importantly...my blog.

Praying for a healthy and happy ending over the next few weeks.

I can't wait to see Barvey's face. 

Let's Connect!
rss feedfollow @IamKeonte on TwitterFan Mommy 2K on FacebookWatch my Videos on YouTuberss feedpinterest
 

 
Blogging tips