Tuesday, July 6, 2010

On this Eve...

I can't freakin believe that this day is the eve of our 2nd trimester... Yes! We've already completed 12 weeks of a smooth pregnancy. The only issue I have is waking up feeling like I haven't eaten in three days, visiting the toilet three times in the middle of every night, and extreme fatigue (which I believe has now turned into laziness- but who cares).

My husband has gone into super overdrive mode and has started preparing the house for a baby by painting and rearranging things and getting rid of things (he was previously attached to) for our upcoming garage sale. He is shocking the crap out of me! Seriously, he is getting rid of the DVD stand and all the DVDs!!! Now, I just gotta work on getting him to let go of the VHS tapes in the upstairs closet.

I haven't been cursed by the evil morning sickness witch nor have I been constipated like so many women. I eat what I want, and I sleep all day.... Life is great!

I can even feel the baby's (who is now about three inches long and about the size of a peach) movements every once in a while. It doesn't feel like anything really... It doesn't feel like gas or anything else related to digestion. It happens right above the pelvic bone and close to the front of my belly. I first felt it at tennis practice. We were doing drills and as I ran to the back of the line and stopped, it felt like some thing (not "something") bumped and slid across the front of my stomach. Then it stopped and happened again for like two seconds. The best way to describe it is to say that it is like the feeling you get in your stomach after going over the first drop of a roller coaster. If you sneeze or aren't paying attention, you'll miss it. I started looking for it after our last doctor's visit. She told me that I could probably feel movement but would overlook it because this is my first pregnancy and would not know what the feeling was.

Even though we're entering the 2nd trimester, I don't have the urge to post news of the pregnancy (although I thought I would) on Facebook and probably won't until 20 weeks (sometime in September). We've started taking belly pictures... we'll we've taken two. Some people look at me (generally family) and will say that I have a bump, but really... any real change in my body can be attributed to me eating hamburgers and fries. My stomach, however, has pudged out just an itty bitty bit primarily because my uterus has moved up and little.

On this eve of our second trimester, I still can't really believe we're pregnant, and that is probably due to the fact that we don't exactly look pregnant yet. It is still pretty amazing that there are two heartbeats within my body and that my body is creating another person with fingers, toes, a nose, and a heart. It really is nothing short of a miracle.

So... We're 12 weeks down with 28 more!


  1. Awwww! That's all I can say! Awwww! I wished you would have came out to my BBQ but I probably couldn't help myself from grinning ear to ear as soon as you walked in!

    And are you going to post the picts?

  2. No ma'am... The pics are SoOoOoO bootleg. I've got to find a picture outfit because taking pics wearing Zack's gym shorts, no bra, and some funky shirt I found on the floor just isn't cute AT ALL!-lol

  3. Awwww! That is so beautiful! :)!

  4. LOL! Start taking some cute pictures plz, plus it would be cute to make a scrapbook. :)

  5. Awwww! I tried to imagine that "something". I can't...which is a good thing! I'll hopefully experience it one day.

    Now, just 2 semesters to go (I'm a student, so I think in 14 week intervals). :-)
    Wait, didn't Jeremy say something about school trimesters at the retirement party. LOL!!

  6. You are blessed! I am envious of how easy your pregnancy has been. Mine was such a nightmare it makes me afraid to have another one *lol*

    Enjoy every moment of it! it truly is a miracle. I still look at Dom and think "Wow. We made a PERSON. A perfect, healthy, functional human being with 10 fingers, 10 toes and a personality all his own!" You'll be amazed at how much you can bond with your baby even while pregnant. Get ready to fall in love again when you hold your baby for the first time!