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I don’t want to do the same repetitive updates that I’ve seen on other blogs (as much as I have enjoyed them), so as well as a few key updates, each week I’ll be focusing on a different topic connected to pregnancy including nutrition, exercise, clothing, body image, skin care, supplements, the books I’ve been reading, getting ready for the arrival etc. I’ve been doing a lot of reading and research into hormone balance, fertility and pregnancy over the last few months, for both myself and clients, I’m actually thinking of pulling together a mini e guide because I haven’t been able to find a lot of decent stuff, i.e. Other than that I think I have experienced most pregnancy symptoms I’ve read about on a lesser basis. As for my body, as I said the boobs are huge and I have definitely thickened round the waist and belly.
Thanks again Amy, I need to try and find out more about this hypno birthing as a few people have mentioned it to me.
Obviously I have zero pregnancy experience whatsoever, but there are three pregnant ladies at my gym at the moment, who are all a little bit ahead of you in the second trimester.
As for weight gain, I think people are generally wired to gain in a certain way during pregnancy, unless they’re taking things to huge extremes in terms of eating too much or too little. Oh I hope so, I was in bed asleep at 8.30 last night, although we had been out at a foodie thing but I was so knackered. I have no plans for kids yet, but I do enjoy reading about other people’s pregnancies!
I know nothing about pregnancy but I just wanted to say how cute your little bump is in the photo!
I think pregnancy anxiety is really quite common, I was a nervous wreck during my first trimester and like you was so scared at the scan that there would be nothing to see. Thanks Nicole, haha thinking of that outfit is quite hilarious, I hope I will be able to fit back into it at some point in the future! I’ve not been pregnant so cannot comment from my own point of view, but several of my friends have waited until they were obviously showing before announcing their pregnancies. Thanks Mary :-) That is a very sensible way of looking at it, and you are so right about the sleep, I need to stock pile it! Thanks Maria :-) I know I think I just needed to gain some perspective again, and yes I definitely need to get as much sleep as possible!
Oh blimey Anna I’m really sorry I mentioned that now, you certainly don’t have anything to apologise for! Sounds like your very prepared for this new chapter Laura, looking forward to getting to know your bump! The doctor, who I was meeting for the first time, was in the room for no more than 90 seconds.
I’m glad there was nothing more to discuss because that means there are no problems and things are going well.
Thank you to everyone who emailed me questions or left them in last week’s comment section. Also, I thought it was great when you posted what you ate for the day with all the food info.
Maybe I will do another post about what I eat in a day–it looks different now than it did then.
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I never would have known, but I actually looked at my weekly update from Baby Center this week. A reader emailed me asking about what type of prenatal vitamins I take, so I thought I’d share with everyone.
Then I checked out ingredient list (it’s such a habit!) and noticed it had red 40 and blue 1. Those were promptly thrown away and I continued to take the prenatal vitamins that I buy at the health food store. I don’t want to get into it too much here, but vitamins derived from whole food compounds have all of their necessary components (rather than isolated portions as in chemically-derived synthetics) and our bodies can absorb them better. I also take a fish oil supplement for the DHA, which is essential for the developing brain of a baby.
I take Vitafusion Gummy Prenatals (umm, you know, to be prepared), do you think those are okay? With my first pregnancy I totally didn’t even think to check the ingredients of my prenatal vitamins! I’m not pregnant and am NOT a fan of fish in any way shape or form, not do I want to burp up those flavors!, but for DHA, I take a vegetarian DHA by Spectrum Essentials. I hope to one day be a mother similar as yourself, to have my children grow up on healthy and whole foods and not to provide them nourishment through mcdonalds and processed garbage, as i too- was raised.
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When I first got it I was actually glad as some research has suggested that nausea in early pregnancy is a good sign. I’m in bed most nights at 8pm and find myself in need of an afternoon nap most days, although I never have time to get one.
Breast tenderness is there quite often and my boobs are massive – I’ve gone up two cup sizes! This is where they ask you twenty million questions about everything and take loads of blood for testing, but it is nicer than it sounds as you also get to see when you’ll have all your appointments and scans and things.
I’m choosing to enjoy every second of this amazing experience as much as possible, one of the reasons we decided to announce it sooner rather than later. I was really hoping I might be all bump, like my sister who looked amazing in her pregnancies. I guess, with any change in our bodies, we have to trust that our bodies can deal with it all. My mum is a health visitor so although I’ve never been pregnant, I recognise lots of the things you’re describing as very normal for mums-to-be!
I have no experience of pregnancy myself (yet hopefully!!) but I am SO PLEASED for you :) I do get the impression though, despite possible anxiety etc, you will be one of those glowing, very relaxed mothers!
For a long time I felt like the time was going by so slow, but now it seems like it is flying by! It’s great to read how you are feeling and what you are going through because I am exactly 3 weeks behind you!
The proportions between body and head are changing, with the body now forming over half the length of the baby, and the tail should disappear by the end of this week. People think because they are taking a multivitamin that they are doing something good for their body. I am almost 29 weeks and I feel great except that breathing is getting harder with the baby pushing up on my lungs! It’s expensive, but a nice alternative, and algae sourced…which is where fish get it from in the first place! About a week after I found out I was pregnant I woke up and felt fine, no breast tenderness, tiredness etc.
It comes and goes but tends to show up in the middle of the night when I wake up (multiple times) for the loo, first thing in the morning and sometimes later in the evening. I also have more visible veins across my chest, stomach and legs because your blood volume increases in pregnancy.
Next week I have a follow up appointment with the consultant I was seeing before I got pregnant so that should be interesting as well. Some of it is bloating caused by a sluggish digestion as a result of the extra progesterone circulating in the body. I’ve also been thinking about making sure our environment is more toxin free, how to be as thrifty as we can be including things like buying maternity wear on eBay, and I’m also going to be investigating placenta encapsulation. However I think I’m going to be like my Mam who was big all over haha, I’m just going to have to deal with that! Worrying is totally normal, but you’re equipped with all the things you need, just keep reminding yourself of that. I think my friend is a rarity and though yes she looks all wonderful with her small bump etc. It seems like yesterday you just announced your pregnancy… Thank you for mentioning the exercise.


Our first borns are the same age (give or take a week) so I enjoy getting lots of food ideas from you.
I assumed it was because second time around I didnt really have any questions and I knew what was going on! The neck will also be developing.The eyes by now are well developed, with the eyelids starting to close together around them.
I get mine at the Vitamin Shoppe (and am sure to check labels), but I’m thinking Amazon would be a better idea.
I buy mine from Whole Foods but it looks like there are some alternative places to shop for it… Happy Pregnancy to you!
It freaked me out so much I phoned the midwife who had to reassure me that I was, in fact, still pregnant. My sense of smell is more acute and I’ve been experiencing those aversions to chicken, coffee and big salads which is just plain weird considering how much I loved those foods.
I’m not feeling too bad about it at all, I have had a few fat days, admittedly I have already found some images of slim women with perfect bumps (often exercising a lot) a bit upsetting, but James promptly comforts me and gives me some perspective. It is hard work gaining weight with nothing you can really do about it, I know you can just deal with it after but it’s still an effort to stay feeling body positive. My husband and I are trying to have another baby, so I am very interested in keeping active and healthy.
This will be my second pregnancy as well but I must say it feels completely different and new! It’s our first baby, so we hoped for some more excitement from those helping us out medically, but I guess after doing it for so many years, the excitement goes away.
The eyes have been forming at the side of the head, but they will begin migrating forwards.
On the day of my scan, I was in a right state thinking that there would be nothing but empty space inside me – despite knowing deep down everything would be fine. However there are some clear biological reasons for those aversions – our bodies are so naturally smart! I read a great book on natural pregnancy (more on this in a future post) where the author talked about trusting your body to deliver a healthy pregnancy. The tongue will soon be fully developed and teeth buds will appear in the jawbone.The baby's major organs will all be functional and starting to work together.
Do I really want to expose my baby to that on a daily basis while he is developing in my womb?
I am a lot better now, but I can’t wait to reach the official end of the first trimester and of course have my 12 week scan!
My cravings have reduced a lot, I was wanting all the carbs but now I’m craving things like apples and bell peppers. I realised that could be part of the source of my anxiety – after all me and my body have had a rocky relationship in the past. I’m trying to get a good 30-40 minute walk in daily along with some prenatal videos 3 days a week. The neck will also be developing.The eyes by now are well developed, with the eyelids starting to close together around them.
The brain will be connected to tiny muscles and nerves, allowing the baby to be active by moving limbs and swallowing fluids. Then, I whipped out my calendar and counted down to my December 22nd due date and sure enough, I am 31 weeks pregnant. The thing that has made a big difference was actually accepting the worry – as my best friend said to me, ‘you will never stop worrying about them’, what I need to do better is find a way of dealing with that worry and not allowing it to take over. There are other things you can do such as supplement with vitamin B6 but at the moment it’s manageable.
I need to remember that my natural instincts are very strong, I knew deep down I was pregnant before I took the test, I knew I was further on than my dates would have suggested, which was proven at the scan, so my instincts have served me well so far. The heart should be beating at 180 times a minute, a much faster rate than your own.The toes and the fingers will be well-formed and completely separate by the end of week 10, and peach-like fuzzy hair may appear. The tongue will soon be fully developed and teeth buds will appear in the jawbone.The baby's major organs will all be functional and starting to work together.
The testes or ovaries are developing this week, as are the clitoris and penis, but it will still be too early to determine the baby's gender.The placenta is now developing more rapidly. The brain will be connected to tiny muscles and nerves, allowing the baby to be active by moving limbs and swallowing fluids. It becomes fully functioning around week 12.How are you changing in week 10?If you feel above the middle of your pubic bone, you might be able to detect your womb – it should be about the size of a grapefruit. The heart should be beating at 180 times a minute, a much faster rate than your own.The toes and the fingers will be well-formed and completely separate by the end of week 10, and peach-like fuzzy hair may appear.
You will probably still be feeling tired, and possibly moody, and may still be struggling with morning sickness, but these symptoms of early pregnancy won't be lasting for much longer than a couple of weeks. The testes or ovaries are developing this week, as are the clitoris and penis, but it will still be too early to determine the baby's gender.The placenta is now developing more rapidly. However, constipation is a common problem in pregnancy, and it can get worse as the pregnancy continues.What you need to know in week 10You won't be ready for maternity clothes yet, but you might want to abandon tight-fitting clothes for looser-fitting ones in your wardrobe. You will probably still be feeling tired, and possibly moody, and may still be struggling with morning sickness, but these symptoms of early pregnancy won't be lasting for much longer than a couple of weeks. However, constipation is a common problem in pregnancy, and it can get worse as the pregnancy continues.What you need to know in week 10You won't be ready for maternity clothes yet, but you might want to abandon tight-fitting clothes for looser-fitting ones in your wardrobe.



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