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Morning sickness: It was still lingering a little, especially at night, but not bad at all. Signs of labor: Last Monday, I was 2cm dilated and 50% effaced, but other than that, no obvious signs. I also did a 30-minute workout in our home gym, which was mostly strength training (squats, KB deadlifts, shoulder presses, bench presses, ball slams).
Sending positive thoughts of a speedy and healthy delivery so you can meet your baby boy very soon. You looked amazing your entire pregnancy, and are a huge motivation to me at 18 weeks pregnant. You look great and so strong, and I’m excited to hear your news when it’s time! Stretch marks: Ohh yes, those wretched things are back with a vengeance and it only took them one week longer than last time to appear! Best moment this week: This is going to sound pretty silly but I actually really enjoyed baking over the weekend!
Julie Graham9 January 2015 at 20:41My first was born April 10, 2014 so fun to come across your blog about your second born just the day before.
I really thought I’d have a tiny baby boy in my arms before I hit 40 weeks, but, hey, I guess Hippity wants to make an extra special entrance into this world! I had trouble falling asleep almost every night last week and then I would wake up super early in the morning.


The Prednisone only helped a little, so… lots of blood… lots of trips to the bathroom… blah.
I never made it to 40 weeks ha, I had to be induced 11 days early and meeting her was the best thing ever! Congratualtions on your son and enjoy the time together, getting to know each other after all this time.
Here we are at the last bump update :) I am officially 40 weeks pregnant - today is the due date! Thankfully they are still only in the one area (around my bellybutton) but I have gotten more this week :( The reason I can tell is because the old ones are white, whereas these new ones are blue-ish.
My sister talked me into writing a blog on my little one so she could stay in touch better and it has become a great way to journal and keep up with my baby! It’s been wonderful having you share your journey with us and I can’t wait to see what this new phase brings!
Unfortunately, baby "Junior" has decided he isn't ready to make an entrance yet so we are still waiting. The leggings aren't maternity but were always too big and I'm wearing one of my Boob nursing tops that doubles up as a maternity one. I'm crossing my fingers and toes that they fade afterwards because no matter what anyone else says, stretch marks are NOT a fun aspect of pregnancy!
Although my second pregnancy was definitely harder, I think that's pretty normal and I did still enjoy it :) I hope you guys will continue to follow along with my postpartum journey and although the bump updates are finished I will do my best to keep Mommy Mondays a regular series on my blog.


Contraction will soon get stronger in order to kick-start labor and delivery. A little update on my membrane sweep which I had last week - well, obviously it was unsuccessful but I also kind of knew it would be after my doctor's visit because he said baby's head wasn't fully engaged yet and he still had a bit more to go. I have my last doctor's appointment on Tuesday by which stage if the baby hasn't come already we will be planning the induction date! I love that you set specific questions to answer- what a great way to keep track from pregnancy to pregnancy. I left my appointment feeling a little bit disheartened but at least I knew not to get my hopes up.
Sorry about the colitis, as a fellow IBD sufferer I wonder how diet (junk food, spicy food) affects symptoms? I am a medical professional as well and know that any food can’t cause colitis or make it worse but can exacerbate symptoms.



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