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37 weeks pregnant

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Yes, I made it! My baby is now ‘fully baked’ and if he were to come today, he would most probably be fine! It’s the best milestone to hit, ever! I am no longer at work either, maternity leave has officially begun PLUS I have just sent off my final Open University English assignment for the year so I can now sit back, relax (as much as possible with a two year old!) and wait for Baby C to arrive!

I have had a lot of weird sensations this week – I have been feeling quite nauseous at times, have had a bit of an upset stomach for the last two days, have had a lot of Braxton Hicks and am feeling a lot of pressure on my pelvic floor (as though Baby C is going to bust his way out!). I am hoping that this means things are very close because the sooner he makes an appearance, the better – I’m FAR too uncomfortable to want to go on for longer than I have to now. My back and hips are killing me, I’m tired and everything is a real effort to do. I felt exhausted on Tuesday but luckily my sister-in-law came to the rescue and took my two year old out for the day to give me a rest. It did the trick as I felt a lot better the following day – thanks Abbie!

I went to see the consultant again today and baby is now fully engaged! She has booked me in to see her again at 40 weeks but I really hope that I won’t be needing that appointment. It’s funny, I’m saying this now, but as soon as I have the baby, I will be wondering why I didn’t savour these remaining nights of undisturbed sleep!

Will next weeks post be post-natal? We shall have to just wait and see…

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