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I hit the 37 week mark on Friday and breathed a huge sigh of relief. From here on out, I am within the window for a home birth 🙂 Despite general increasing discomfort for me, the more time baby spends … Continue reading
It should be illegal to sell watermelon without some kind of warning label. WARNING: Consumption of watermelon seeds may cause extreme abdominal swelling and numerous other side effects.
Saltine crackers, nice noodles, and lots of bonding time with the couch. 35 weeks is looking a lot like 7 weeks, though I suspect it’s not entirely pregnancy related. Rather than nausea, I’ve been experiencing lots of GI cramping, so … Continue reading
We shared these eight cupcakes among seven people — I swear!
We biked over to the Botanical Garden for a short walk before I headed on to church this morning. The iris greeted us — quite a show!