How far along?Â 31.5 weeks or 32.5 weeks, depending on which due date my doctor feels like using! Babyâ€™s Size:Â A large head of Romaine lettuce or a small otter. Her estimated weight at this point is 4.5 pounds. Weight Gain:Â 27 pounds, and trying to slow that down now with less gratuitous junk food eating! Maternity clothes?Â All day every day or stretchy dresses. Best moment this week:Â Probably seeing IT with Matt and my dad (Fantastically creepy!
On August 16, I lost one of my best friends after a tough battle with stomach cancer. I was honored to read this today at his euology — and while I’m deeply regretful I even had to write something like this, I am proud and grateful for the chance to share a piece of a friend whom I so dearly loved with you. Please continue to DO SOMETHING in the fight against cancer, of all kinds. We must never give up. It’s not every day that somebody tells you they drink pickle juice.
How far along? 27 weeks Baby’s Size: A bunch of bananas Weight Gain: 21 pounds. Whoopsies! I’m hungry all day long and even though I’m eating plenty of veggies, baby demands treats. Maternity clothes? All day every day! I had to wear my event uniform for work last week and I kept having to pull the shirt over my belly as my panel on my pants kept showing! In fact, I just ordered a bunch more maternity shorts and tank tops, because it’s hot hot hot here in Santa Clarita.
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Selecting a term
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