I KNOW. 2 bumpdates in a row! Really, when I first found out I was pregnant, I was so excited to be the good blogger and do every.single.week and the I got so sick in my first trimester and never felt like taking pictures those 3 months or whatever because just putting on pants seemed like a hassle. And then in the second trimester, I felt like nothing was changing that much and I didn’t have much to report, so a weekly post of the same.exact.thing. over and over seemed silly.
But I feel like right now everything is changing so quickly! I’m not sure if it’s just that we’re down to the final countdown (can you believe I have less than 10 weeks to go? And if Ryan and my doctors are any indication, a decent amount less!) or what, but I feel like he’s jammin along in there, my body’s going through all.the.changes. and my hormones/brain are going bananas. So here’s another update!
Can we please talk about how much smaller I was at 31 weeks with Ryan? I didn’t do many bumpdates last pregnancy, but that was one of them… and I’m tiny! (in comparison)
Cravings: There’s a Tex Mex restaurant near where we used to live called Jose Tejas and I cannot wait to (hopefully) go soon! They make the most amazing fajitas and all I can do is think about them, and their chips and salsa. Other cravings include natural PB, popcorn, and everything bagels. I want one so bad!
Aversions: None that I can really think of? Which is nice.
New things: eating less/more often (on average). Also, crossing my legs is getting super uncomfortable. I don’t remember this from last time, though I’m sure it happened. There’s just no room!
Preparation: I figured I’d start this section, since we’re in the final 10 weeks of so! We don’t plan on buying a ton of new things for this baby, but there are something we’ll be getting new. I recently bought a 2-pack of these Coobie nursing bras. My normal bras started getting tight around my rib cage (damn you, expanding ribs!) recently so I bought one of these highly recommended bras to see how they felt. SO COMFY. It’s like a sports bra, but with adjustable straps, and nursing clips. There’s a removable pad in the front which is nice for not letting everyone know when I’m cold, and the fabric is super stretchy and soft but still very supportive. No, it’s not like a super nice, push up/underwire bra, but it’s super comfy and doesn’t make everything look super saggy, so that’s nice. Last time I didn’t wear underwire for a year (coming from a girl who used to wear 2 bras at once and sleep in underwire push ups because I hate not having support..) to fend off clogged ducts. Since I got mastitis more than once last time, I’m probably going to stick with that plan of action.
ALL THAT to say, the Coobie bra is amazing, and I needed to get more for pregnancy and after baby. They also make non-nursing ones, which is apparently how they originally became know.
Anyway, that’s all for now, friends. If you’re interested in my past bumpdates, they’re listed below!
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