16 weeks

16 weeks pregnant. 3 weeks until anatomy scan and we find out if this little one in my belly is a boy or girl. 4 weeks until the halfway mark. Crazy.

Speaking of crazy, somedays I feel that way. Yesterday was one of those days, I was upset because Dave has been working really long days (12-13 hours) and not calling me often. Typically he would call on his lunch just to say hey and then call around 5pm, but he has been busy and tiered and cranky, and not calling, so yesterday when I called him and he got short and snappy with me, I hung up on him and cried for like an hour. I miss him and I hate when he is cranky with me. He felt really bad and when he came home he had stopped and gotten lots of yummy food for my lunches (this was something I was worried about, nothing to eat and not eating well for the baby). Then he asked me how my day was I said crappy and I started to bawl. I proceded to tell him that I had a rough day at work, then I came home and found the cable wouldn’t work, so I went to the computer, but that wasn’t working it was saying keyboard error and despite my best attempts would not work, then he was snappy at me, and the tragedy of my friend Natashia has been weighing heavy on my heart and my mind. All of the above made for a sad, weepy pregnant lady with moods all over the place last night.  

Anyways, current pregnancy sensations are very sensitive, dark nipples, crazy ass heartburn, backpain (yes already, time to get back into Physio and try and nip it in the bud) constant waist expansion and the newest, baby movement or quickening. The movement IS the same movement I felt very early on, I guess the baby moved at 10ish weeks so I couldn’t  feel it anymore, but for the past 2 weeks I have been feeling the rolling feeling in my tummy again, and because it’s typically 30ish minutes after I eat, I know it’s the baby.

That’s all for now.

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“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein. When it feels like your world has been shattered, and you have reached rock bottom, you must make a choice: Stay where you are and fade away, or keep moving forward. Thankfully I chose to move forward and was blessed with the two most wonderful children after the death of my first in early labor. Things are looking up.

Posted on August 20, 2009, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I am sorry that hubby is not calling you on breaks. I hate that.
    You’re just flying by in this pregnancy. can’t wait to find out the sex.

  2. oh jeez. I cry ALL the time still. Over everything. Its horrible!
    Yay for baby movement!!! 🙂
    And yay for 16 weeks!!! 16 weeks is about when I started REALLY feeling pregnant.

  3. That’s a good healthy baby in there, to be causing you so much trouble! lol Funny how that works.
    Hey, I cry when Plato gets that way with me too, and I’m not even pregnant. Hang in there!

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