Things are going pretty well over here! :) I'm feeling better- there are still days where I substitute meals for milkshakes, but it's all good. :)
I'm still the same weight- but I'm suuuper close to breaking even. I'm quite positive after Disney I will have solved that problem :)
Food wise, I've been attracted to the same ol, same ol. McDonalds breakfast, olives, milkshakes, yogurt... yummm..
In fact, this week, I pulled into McDonalds at 10:35(ish) and frantically asked, "Are you still serving breakfast??" And the lady said no, but they could try and make something- it depended on what I wanted. I went through a list of about 3 things before she said "Yes, we can make that." But the moral of the story is, apparently you can go to Mickey D's whenever and they'll "try" and make what you want... interesting... very interesting. This could open a whole new door into my McDonalds breakfast obsession.
Other than the food stuff, I'm having all the regular, fun preggo stuff. My gums bleed (ALL. THE. TIME.), my nose bleeds (usually in the mornings) and I get up at least 3 times a night to use the bathroom.
I am waiting OH so patiently to feel some baby movements! I feel like it should be any day now, so every time I lie down I concentrate on trying to feel something. I've felt lots of gurgles and fluttery things that could be the baby, but I haven't had that "AHA! That's the BABY!" moment yet...
This week we're headed to the most magical place on earth- and I'm more than excited. I hardly slept at all last night with anticipation of going to the airport tonight... What can I say? Disney is seriously the best. I can't remember if I've blogged about this before or not, but I'm a little bit nervous about being able to hold my own this year. Meaning, I'm kind of bummed that I might be the one sitting out most of the time, just because I'm not feeling the greatest. I'm also a little scared that some of the rides are too jarring for a preggo woman... Obviously I would not go near any roller coaster or any of that stuff, but I really want to be able to ride "Snow White" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" with the kids... both of those rides though are a little jerky... any preggo disney go-ers out there that can give me some advice with the riding situation?
On the baby growth front, this week, the lobster is the size of an avocado (which also happens to be one of my favvvvve foods)
And I'm looking like this:
Sorry for the weirdo looking picture... I was taking them for scavenger hunt sunday... ;)