"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller

Sunday, September 09, 2007

Big baby and a lovely S Shape

I feel almost ridiculous walking into the gym as big as I already feel like I am. I have officially taken on an "S" shape (where my belly is as far out as my bum). But it feels good when I go so I will trudge on. I feel like it helps my swelling and my weight stay down. What doesn't want to seem to stay down, however, is my awful heartburn. At last appointment, the doctor noticed (as I had) that the baby seems to be a little big. He is crowding all my junk already! Sitting and kicking and rolling all over my stomach, which is creating this horrible heartburn and nausea, the nausea oh so reminiscent of the first trimester. I love him nonetheless, but he's very bony and poky and doesn't seem to want to have a nap. Poops was more floppy and he was on schedule. Up at 6am, again most noticeably right in the middle of the newscast I was producing at the time at 6pm, and a couple big spurts in between. I have heard that terrible heartburn means the baby will have a lot of hair and I've also heard it's not an old wives tale. Which would be really neat to see because Aidan was bald up until just before his first birthday, when all he really had grown was a mullet while maintaining his bald top. Something about the acid stimulating the hair follicles.

So thankfully we got our crib! Yay! Toys R' Us had a shipment between the time I had bought the other one and today and they had three in stock. Of course we dissected the box and made sure that it was intact before we brought it home and it was perfect. Husband is working on it right now. Oh the joy!!

Now, I just can't wait to see Brittany Spears open up the VMAs in Las Vegas!

5 comments:

Stine said...

Hi! Almost afraid to check in on you now - but happy every time to see that you're still incubating!
Yay you and your little hairball!

Connie T. said...

Believe it about the heartburn. It's true. Just think about how much heartburn David had when he was first born. I used to pop Tums all day long in the second and third trimesters. It was awful. It got much worse at night it seemed.
Hang in there. You're in the home stretch now. I'm so happy you're feeling well enough to hit the gym and that you got your "dream crib" for the new baby. We'll have to chat soon! Connie

Sparky Duck said...

I bet it does help the swelling, the blood flowing and stuff like that. Plus, its probably cute funny

ciara said...

when i was pregnant w my girls i couldn't hold down any food to get indigestion...now i'm not pregnant and every little thing i eat gives me indigestion lol

it's so great the crib thing worked out :)

ciara said...

p.s. umm we all know how britney did, eh? kind of sad really.