As a mom-to-be, you're probably ridiculously tired. Use this list to help you take care of yourself, growing baby, and responsibilities in your first trimester.
I am 42, I haven't had my period since Jan 22, 2009. I have taken 5 home test (4 negative 1 positive) and went to my DR. and had blood test done, turn out negative too.
So this is the second child and boy is it a different pregnancy. I maybe had 3 boughts of nausea the first time and never really experienced any other symptoms. This time nausea has become my best friend, I get nautious constantly, but luckily these past few days it has been going away, hopefully this is the end of the nausea. I can't eat either, I remember having a few food items that would make me nautious, but this time I can only eat what I am craving or I feel like I am going to get sick, I tried a bite of steak and immediatley had to spit it out! I LOVE STEAK!
I am tired of being home with absolutely nothing to do. My boss has called me twice so far to see if I'll consider coming back to teach preschool, and I am so tempted. But I think that combination of fevers, germs, diarrhea that was so common for me when I worked there is just not going to be good during pregnancy.
What you eat and when you eat can affect how you sleep. In the following section, I'll review the foods and bedtime snacks that are likely to help your child sleep and identify the foods that should be avoided.
According to one of Sarah's pregnancy books, Babu is currently hopping around in the womb like a Mexican jumping bean. Which means that the kid is already a better dancer than either of his/her parents.
I have been so tired as of late but that is a wonderful thing. I remember feeling this tired when I was pregnant with our little Gabriel. I just want to sleep all day so I have been doing my best to get to bed early and take it easy.