Bump update: Week 13

That is literally all food bloat!  Still no baby bump 😦

Baby stats: Baby is the size of a peach, or a matchbox car.  Baby is now producing, and more disgustingly, excreting urine.

Symptoms:  No more crazy symptoms.. yay!  I still get tired throughout the day, but not as fatigued as before, just tired more quickly.

Total weight gain: No change from last week.  Although, I’m using a different machine as I’m currently at my parents house.. and their scales are over 10 years old, so who is to say that they even work??

Maternity clothes: Back in the maternity jeans again, but that is because I have come home for a couple of weeks and it’s pretty cold here.

Stretch marks? Still no new ones.  And now making a huge effort to prevent anymore.  Twice a day I slather on coconut oil, a tea tree and rosehip oil blend as well as Vitamin E cream.

Workouts: Absolutely nothing in the last week which bites because I actually feel better t one able to train.  I travelled back to New Zealand last Monday and it has been one roadblock after another.  First, my toddler didn’t appreciate the two long flights plus the 6 hour drive.  Then my Mum ended up in hospital and on top of that, the weather has been torrential rain.  Not ideal at all.  Praying for a better week!

Diet: I’m eating more now.  Having proper meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) as well as snacks.  But… since I’ve been home it’s been junk food (again!).  My parents literally do not eat vegetables.. like, what is even up with that??  Again, praying for a better week this week.

Food cravings: Vegetables.. lol.  Not that I’ve been able to satisfy that.  I went to the supermarket today to buy a bunch of green vege, broccoli, beans, zucchini, and spinach.  This is literally all I want to eat.

Gender: Unknown yet, but thinking boy.  Although if you ask my little nephew, he thinks I’m having a girl.

Labor signs: Um, no….

Belly button in or out? In. My belly button never popped with my last full-term pregnancy, so I’m guessing it won’t this time round either.

Happy or moody most of the time: Emotional, but thankfully not because of the hormones.  It’s just been a roller coaster of a week with family stuff.  Have to say that I’ve dealt with it fairly well so those hormones have finally levelled out!  Yay!

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