BUMP REPORT – Week 10

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PREGNANCY WEEK 10

My age: 27 (just celebrated my birthday over the weekend!)

How far along: 10 weeks

How big is baby: the size of a kumkwat (just like a little clementine)

Exercise/Activity Level: This week I exercised 4 days, which included two days of running outside.  It’s so beautiful to be outside in nature and breathe in fresh air.  The sun on my skin feel amazing too.  I think I’m going to try to make outdoor running a regular thing again.  The weather seems to be making an entrance to spring.

Maternity clothes: I was given a Belly Band this week by a good friend.  I actually did wear it a couple of days over my regular pants.  My pants are getting just a bit snug around the waist.

Stretch marks: None.

Belly button: Innie. I also actually took my belly button ring out.  I decided it was just time.

Sleep: More of the same.  I wake up every night to go to the bathroom.  Also I just lie there wide awake at 2am.

Best moment of the week: Seeing our baby on the 9 week ultrasound.   The baby actually LOOKS like a baby now!  I could see head, body, legs, arms and a beating heart!

Food cravings: Nothing in particular.  Trying to eat healthier since I don’t want to gain weight too quickly.

Food aversions: Chicken.

Symptoms: My nausea is almost 100% gone now.  Thank the Lord!  I’m still tired and take a lot of opportunities to lie down.  This week I’ve felt growing/stretching in my utererus.

Movement: None.

Gender: Unknown.

What I’m looking forward to: This week we will travel to Vegas to share our good news with Eric’s family.

What I’m nervous about: Nothing right now.

What I miss: My grandma.  Grandma Annie Jane passed away unexpectedly on Saturday.  It’s been a rough weekend because of that, but I know that she is with Jesus in Heaven now.  I know she is so happy and at peace.  I just miss her.

Next appointment: Friday, March 29th.  We will have a regular ob checkup and hear the heartbeat on the fetal dopler!

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