tunic (it's the best) - Old Navy Maternity
cardigan - Target
leggings - Old Navy
boots - Hunter
apparently this pose isn't that hard to emulate/copycat/mock according to Bettina ...
laugh it up ... funnily enough the name "Bettina" has suddenly been yanked out of contention if the baby is a little lady.
Anyway ... where was I? Oh yes ... my predictable poses ...
looking tired and puffy and puffy and a lot like I did at 35 weeks along with Sebastian.
What can I report? Nothing exciting. I feel good and either the baby has dropped or my rib cage has expanded significantly because I can breathe freely once again and the heart burn has all but vanished just as quickly as it came a few weeks ago. I think my "belly butt" (as Julia calls it) is starting to protrude which is a pregnancy first which is also something you didn't care to know. Thanks to some growth regression in betwixt appointments, my doctor put an ixnay on the unningray and suggested I go ahead and take up speed walking instead. Yes, speed walking. I assured her that my wogs were far less strenuous than any sort of speed walking I might take part in but she was adamant. I'm working my way up to medium walking and am positive that when the bell has grown 10 cm in two weeks time she will give me strict instructions to start training for a wogging marathon immediately.
We're not even kind of settled on any names and I think last night's quote c/o Simon went a little something like, "you realize the baby will have to live with this name their ENTIRE life, right?" after my 6th rejected suggestion. Pray for peace in our home.
Other items of potential interest:
32 weeks of Sebastian