Hi there, just want to know what people think the gender is????
i went to my appointment today got my prenatal vitamins, my pap smear, & got scheduled for an ultrasound tomorrow & i also found out that i'm not 12 weeks pregnant i'm about 20 or 21 weeks,
i was kind of expecting that but i got to hear me & adams baby's heart beat today.
i almost cried when i heard it although i wish adam was there but he was & still is working,
i want to see if he can get the day off tomorrow so the both of us can see the baby for the first time.
yes adam got a job as a flagger in construction for now,
he makes 12$ an hour & over time is 15$ an hour.
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To drag your body up to do anything when you're pregnant is hard enough, but to be motivated to exercise -- get outta here! Pregnancy is a time for sitting comfortably on the sofa with your feet firmly OFF the ground and your hand firmly IN a bag of chocolates...is it not?
I am six weeks pregnant with my second child. With my first (now 3 years old) I developed a mild case of gestational diabetes.
Should I start following the gestational diabetes diet now, or wait until the glucose screening test to see if I have it again? If I follow the diet starting now, is there a better chance that I won't develop it?
Dear Fitness Expert,
I'm 26 years old and 6 months pregnant with my first child. I have gained 25 pounds in the past 6 months. I'm 5'9 and approximately 230 pounds.
I was a bit overweight before I got pregnant and I am having so much trouble trying to exercise. I can't keep up, I get tired too quickly, and can't breath. I used to belly dance and Irish dance for 12 years before I got pregnant so I'm used to being fit, though I've never been "tiny."
I am really concerned that I'm not going to bounce back after pregnancy.
Get up in the morning, jump into a pair of jeans and by afternoon it's two sizes too small! During the "in between weeks" of pregnancy many women notice that by the end of the day their belly has expanded outward. What's the mom-to-be to do?
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Finally, little Jack made his presence known in my belly this morning. How cool! It felt kind of like a muscle twitch. He has been moving around all morning, on and off. I was laying on my left side in bed, which seemed to be the best position to feel him swimming around. I am 21 weeks and 2 days along, so I have been patiently waiting for this! Now my husband can't wait to be able to feel him, too. All in good time, I guess