This week you are the size of a navel orange! You are about 4 inches long and weigh 2.5 oz. You keep growing and growing, your joints and limbs can all move and you might even be hiccuping!
This was an interesting week- we were scheduled for a 3 day weekend with MLK Day on Monday, but Mother Nature decided to turn the weekend into a 6 day weekend with some snow and cold temperatures. This week I started to get some back pain, not really pain just stiffness. I tried takin
This week you are the size of a lemon! You are about 3.4 inches long and 1.5 oz- thats almost double since last week. You are growing lanugo- a thing, peach-fuzz like hair all over your body that helps keep you warm. You are also sucking your thumb and wiggling your toes! Keep growing!
This week was relatively normal and low key. Stephen is TDY in Louisiana so it's just me and Odin. At our last baby appointment we were asked to keep a 3 day food log- of the 3 best days yo
This week you are 2.9 inches long and weigh about 0.81 oz and are becoming more proportional. Even though you're only the size of a peach you already have tiny fingerprints and your vocal cords are starting to form. This week marks the last of the first trimester, and my body can feel it! Almost as if a switch was flipped my energy started to increase (not by much) and the little bit of nausea is almost completely gone! We had an appointment this week and your heartbeat is
This week you are the size of a plum! You are about 2.1 inches long and weigh almost half an ounce! Even though you are so tiny you pretty much have all your parts and now just need to keep growing and growing! This week you are developing reflexes- and while I cannot feel it yet if I poke my belly you'll move.
Happy New Years! This NYE was pretty boring, yet illuminating. I changed the lightbulb in my parents living room that is 20+ feet up and on New Year's Day Stephen h
We have officially announced on Facebook- so yay! No more secrets and not telling people! Having a baby and being pregnant are such exciting things- it stinks to have to keep it a secret. Ok- so you don't HAVE to keep it a secret, but that is common practice until 12 weeks or so. Our Announcement Photo- Taken at about 8 weeks I have been blogging since I found out- every week a note with how big baby is, how the week went and a check list (so once baby brain kicks in I can r