2019 Pregnancy #3 pregnancy update

Bump Update: 17 weeks

Bump Update: 17 weeks

DISCLAIMER: This post contains information about our pregnancy. Because I know all too well how these kinds of posts may affect my fellow #ttcsisters and #ttcbrothers, especially those experiencing loss, I include this disclaimer to forewarn you. I understand how much these posts can sting and promise to continue to add the disclaimer on any post that may be related to this pregnancy (assuming viability) so that you may have the option to bow out of reading. I understand and I am still praying for all of you.

WEEK 17:  27 Feb-6 March 2019
Hi everyone!  I hope your week was fantastic.  I enjoyed celebrating Honeybee’s birthday and am looking forward to anatomy scans soon.  It’s time to give our weekly bump update.  Hope you enjoy it.

How far along: 17 weeks
How big is baby: the size of a pear 
Gender: Unknown (Team Green)
Events of this week: Honeybee’s Sleepover
Symptoms: Hungry.  My appetite is starting to improve.  New symptom is waking in the night with the room spinning and feeling as if I will pass out.  In the morning, my hands are swollen.  By the time I get to work though…all is well.
Exercise/Activity: Nope.
Sleep: Bathroom visits are still a thing.  See symptoms above.
Maternity clothes: Yes.  I’m wearing them quite regularly with pre-pregnancy pieces interspersed.  But I’m definitely about to be all in maternity soon.
Stretch marks: Yep.  
Belly Button: In.
Food cravings: No
Food aversions: The smell of coffee still bothers me.
Movement: Yes J
Best Moment of the Week: The look on Honeybee’s face during her birthday weekend.
Worst Moment of the Week: Finding out about the back to back passings within our church family.
What I’m looking forward to:  My anatomy skin next week.
What I’m nervous about/praying for: Praying for a healthy baby, for those who are suffering and in want, for our nation
What I miss:  I actually thought it would be nice to be able to have a glass of wine last week.  It was a fleeting thought, but there still.

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