How big is baby: 25 weeks | the size of a cauliflower
Verse that I am clinging to: “Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.” Ephesians 3:20
How I’m feeling: Pretty great, just tired. Needed some intense naps this week so far.
Symptoms: eczema + heartburn; today my left arm went to sleep all of a sudden
Diet/Cravings/Aversions: Today I have been in the mood for meat; loving a chai from Starbucks
Weight gain/loss: will weigh in at the doctor tomorrow
Sleep: Had a few days of insomnia over the weekend, which may have just been stress + getting over a headcold; haven’t really had much trouble sleeping since Monday, although I feel super tired and in a fog all day (regardless of caffeine intake)
Exercise: I walked a lot on Monday at the outlet mall in Smithfield and today at Briar Creek with my sister… skipped yoga on Saturday on account of my cold, it will probably be close to mid-October before I can go what with traveling and baby showers. So crazy!
Movement: So much! I just love him. The other morning he woke me up, pretty sure his arms and legs were both facing my left side and he was dancing. It was the craziest feeling. Wish I could see what he was up to in there sometimes!
Best moment of the week: tracking out, fo sho. Gotten to sleep in a lot and nap and catch up on work. It is nice to feel caught up!
What I’m loving: That time is passing! We discussed this week about how short our engagement was and it’s been about that amount of time. I am not used to all this time to prepare for a big change. Enjoying it, although occasionally the anticipation just gets to me and I feel like I wish it would just go by faster. Also loving spending time with Marshall on break. My favorite days are errand days. Also also, the weather has been spectacular this week! A fall chill is making its way here, finally.
What I’m looking forward to: Going to Maryland this weekend with my girlfriends from college and then two more weeks of track out before having to go back to work.