Flashback Friday & Life Update :)

I've been trying to catch up on blog stuff, but that darn carpal tunnel makes my arms start hurting after about 5 or 10 minutes on the computer. :( Actually, the left one goes numb and the right one hurts, it's weird. I am really hoping that it's just pregnancy related and that it doesn't persist after the baby comes.

In other news, I've been having LOTS of Braxton-Hicks the past few days. I'll have to see at my birth center appointment next week, but I think the baby has dropped. I feel a lot of low pressure, like in/on my cervix I think. I keep getting cramps in my back and lower belly. I really can barely walk at this point, I have to awkwardly waddle! I'm sure it looks pretty funny. So yeah, my body is definitely starting to get ready for labor! It's really uncomfortable but at the same time super exciting. :) Only 1 more month to go, if that!!

Anyway, here is the Flashback Friday linky. I hope everyone has a great weekend! :)




Link up an old picture and/or an old post! No rules, other than that. Have fun!! :)


8 comments :

Carole said...

Hang in there! We're all pulling for you.

Clairity said...

Oops I think I might've lost my comment again. Seems to have happened a few times, so I'm not sure if my recent comments got through.

Anyways I was saying, the last month is the most anticipated and I hope your baby gets here in time for her mommy to have the best Thanksgiving ever. Take care, ya?

LOVE MELISSA:) said...

I hope you feel better! I had those braxton hicks and it was no fun!! xo

Xmasdolly said...

1 month HA! Sounds to me you may be going a lot sooner. Soooooo let me tell you the old wives tales I use to get. Walking, walking and more walking will help you with delivery, and make it come faster. 2. Eat a pint of ice cream to start labor. 3. Never scratch your belly or the baby will have a scar there. 4. Never look a dog in the eyes or the baby will have monkey eyes (no clue). 5. Never walk over a toddler you'll stunt its growth. LOL My gramma was from the old country and she was very serious. Me what I did was keep my feet up took naps in the afternoon even if the baby and I didn't want too, but I would listen to music with my eyes closed. My babies heard a lot of music when I was pregnant, and when they were born that's the only thing that shut them up. Singing or the stereo. Girl do what calms YOU! You'll find out you and your baby are one so what calms you will calm your baby! See you next time. Hugs and smooches to the baby! Good Luck! What you're not even going to take a picture of you now so we can see the baby (in the oven of course)? Chin up ol' girl

Party Of Four said...

Oh so exciting!! It sounds like you are getting closer! I had pregnancy carpel tunnel with my oldest. It's no fun, but it did go away. Those last few weeks were killer, but so worth it!!

Joanna P-G said...

I hope you feel better! Thanks for Flashback Friday linky xxx

becca said...

sending healing thoughts your way that the little one hangs in there a few more weeks

Paula Miller said...

Oh no I missed it again! Darn. Good to hear your feeling alright :))

Paula