How is that even possible?
I'm having (another) baby next month!
In the past two weeks my nesting has definitely kicked in (added with the fact that I think the iron supplements might be helping my energy finally & I'm not working from home right now...) I cleaned out our entire linen closet, re-organized our stockpile, made a note of what items I needed to start stocking back up on, etc... I then moved onto the laundry room and did similar work on those shelfs, as well as asked my husband to move the washing machine so I could mop & scrub the sides of the machine clean. Because, how on earth could I bring a baby home if the sides of my washing machine were not clean?!?! :)
There are many more areas on my "to tackle" list...so stay tuned :)
As for me + baby....
-Movement is slowing down and is much more purposeful (read: less kicking and more shifting from side to side...)
-Still having a lot of lower pressure and into my legs
-I move a LOT at night...can't seem to get comfortable (or warm enough?)...and when I do, I'm having to get up and go to the bathroom
-I have been craving milk like crazy. I never...ever...drink milk. But something about milk +graham crackers lately has really been hitting the spot.
I've expressed before my huge desire for wanting breastfeeding to actually work this time....or maybe I just really want to redeem the experience? I'll be honest, when it was all said and done, I did not enjoy breastfeeding Lucy at all. It was problematic, frustrating & not successful. I've been reading some breastfeeding books I found at the library as well as talking with my doctor a lot---our hope is to curb the problems we had last time early on so that nursing CAN be successful this time!