Yeah, it looks like that's the direction my body wants to head so I'm just glad for my OB's reassurance that at some point all that growing isn't going to do any of us any good and they might as well come out.
Breathing and eating still happen and the difficulty varies depending on their ever-changing positions. Sleep is sometimes easy and sometimes impossible. For now, I'm comfortable enough. I mean, yes, it sucks and I'm afraid I will forever quietly roll my eyes at women complaining about an uncomplicated, singleton pregnancy. But those days I came here to whine and cry a couple of weeks ago really were anomalies from doing WAY too much (which at this point is anything beyond lying around all day). Even getting to the doctor's office is just such an ordeal now and I sort of roll around the waiting room until someone helps me up because of the exhausting 50-foot walk from the car to the elevator.
Also, it was hard for me to really comprehend before that I should have EVERYTHING done by week 26, but that's what should've happened!
Anyway, in exciting news, Ikea finally has those cute new colorful cribs back in stock. I'll have to send someone down there next weekend. We were expecting they wouldn't be available for several months so we were planning on getting a co-sleeper for now. Any advice? Is a co-sleeper best for those first months? Is a crib jammed next to the bed good enough? (Yes, I'll have someone to pick them up for the first couple of weeks during c-section recovery.)