|bump @ 32 weeks 2 days|
*Everything aches. From your ears to your toes. It all hurts.
*You are starting to fully understand that weird pregnant-lady wobble you have seen other pregnant women do. Up until now it just seemed weird and over-the-top.
*You are thinking that you should maybe create a to-do list of all the to-do lists you need to make.
*You google and/or call your mom about every.little.thing symptom that is a little weird just in case it means something.
*When people ask you, "How are you? How are you feeling?" you pause for a second to decide if you should give them the straight-up, all-details-included answer, or the quick, "Good, thanks!"
*Every weekend includes a baby shower and/or baby classes.
*Your belly looks as though it has one of those gerbil balls with a gerbil on the inside running all around inside your tummy. And you wonder if people notice the random morphing that your stomach is doing as they are talking to you.
*On the way back to your couch, bed, desk, table at a restaurant, etc. from using the restroom, you wonder if you may need to pee again.
*Your arm is kicked off of your stomach by this little one you have yet to meet while watching TV. (So bossy already! ;)
*You praise your hubby for going to breastfeeding class with you when so many other hubbies didn't...and then insist that you talk all about what you learned on the car ride home. (And he happily obliges. Funny how all body awkwardness leaves once your pregnant.)
*You are starving most of the time, but can only get through half a bowl of soup before feeling full since baby is taking up so much room.
*You feel like a fire-breathing dragon due to the indigestion, heartburn, reflux, etc.
*Sadly, you have no sympathy for someone with a cold or allergies or whatever minor sickness they may have...after all, you're growing a life.
*You cannot squeeze into that pair of athletic pants, pajama pants, shirt, etc. that you just knew you would be able to wear your entire pregnancy.
*Going to the grocery is not the puke-fest it felt like it was in the 1st trimester, but it is now like a full blown-out marathon as you push the cart through the aisles.
*You wake up every morning excited you're one day closer to meeting your precious blessing.
Go ahead...all you pregnant gals or already-mommas out there, add your own in the comment section!