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Anyone else have any to share? *hint, hint*
you people and your cute bellies make me want another one!
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Sisa!!!!

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Sisa, you look so happy in that picture and what a model belly. All of the happy cuteness in this thread makes me smile. Sisa, May I ask whether it is less painful and more blissful at that stage because you look so peaceful and happy?
Sisa, you look so happy in that picture and what a model belly. All of the happy cuteness in this thread makes me smile. Sisa, May I ask whether it is less painful and more blissful at that stage because you look so peaceful and happy?
Originally Posted by ellis
Less painful and more blissful...?

Well - it's actually getting *harder* now, to be truthful. I'm getting 'really for-real' pregnant, if that makes any sense.

(The sixth month was really cool... I was showing, the baby was moving, but the discomfort was minimal and I could do most of the things I did pre-pregnancy.)

Driving in the bucket seets of my Mustang is getting a wee bit ridiculous - my baby likes to crawl / scrunch up under my ribs, and it makes driving uncomfortable to downright painful at times.

I am starting to experience more back pain, and some swelling of my hands and feet at times.

I also notice that my walking is slowly but surely turning to a bit of a waddle.

On the other hand, even though I've chubbed up a bit, I've been running throughout my pregnancy (walking and swimming, too!), and I think that has helped a lot. I get out there and work up a sweat and wear myself out a bit, which always makes me feel better in the end, pregnant or not.

In the last few weeks I've slowed down A LOT (now my pace is more like a pre-pregnancy 'jog' than a run), and I find it harder to make a good stride - my feet seem to be shuffling rather than running. I also need to figure out some sort of belly support, as it's getting heavy and a bit uncomfortable with the up-and-down motion of running.

But I really do think that staying as active as possible - even through the little pains and aches - is KEY!
Sisa, you look so happy in that picture and what a model belly. All of the happy cuteness in this thread makes me smile. Sisa, May I ask whether it is less painful and more blissful at that stage because you look so peaceful and happy?
Originally Posted by ellis
Less painful and more blissful...?

Well - it's actually getting *harder* now, to be truthful. I'm getting 'really for-real' pregnant, if that makes any sense.

(The sixth month was really cool... I was showing, the baby was moving, but the discomfort was minimal and I could do most of the things I did pre-pregnancy.)

Driving in the bucket seets of my Mustang is getting a wee bit ridiculous - my baby likes to crawl / scrunch up under my ribs, and it makes driving uncomfortable to downright painful at times.

I am starting to experience more back pain, and some swelling of my hands and feet at times.

I also notice that my walking is slowly but surely turning to a bit of a waddle.

On the other hand, even though I've chubbed up a bit, I've been running throughout my pregnancy (walking and swimming, too!), and I think that has helped a lot. I get out there and work up a sweat and wear myself out a bit, which always makes me feel better in the end, pregnant or not.

In the last few weeks I've slowed down A LOT (now my pace is more like a pre-pregnancy 'jog' than a run), and I find it harder to make a good stride - my feet seem to be shuffling rather than running. I also need to figure out some sort of belly support, as it's getting heavy and a bit uncomfortable with the up-and-down motion of running.

But I really do think that staying as active as possible - even through the little pains and aches - is KEY!
Originally Posted by Sisa
I've had lower back pain for a few months now. I envy you being able to jog. Both OB and oncoGYN told me no way. I was ordered to only walk and do floor exercises to the extent that my abdomen would allow during preg. I argued that it seemed absurd to stop jogging but they said no jostling or bouncing for me.

I agree about being active. Everyone should whether pregnant or not. It's the best feeling in the world IMO.
Ellis,

You just do what you need to to care for that little one... and YOU!

No jogging?

Then get out there and pump your arms and move your legs and really ENJOY your walks! Feel that sunshine, keep your eyes open to the summertime beauty, and work it!
Here is my 25 week belly. It really just popped out a few days ago.

too cute sariroo!
Ah, it all makes sense now. Goldy is the puppet master!
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
Aww, now I miss my little-r bump, sariroo! That's cute!
sariroo that's adorable!
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Here I am on Saturday which put me at about 37 1/2 weeks. I have my baby Thursday (day after tomorrow, eeek!) so this'll probably be the last belly shot you get from me unless I get one before I go in. Ignore the wierd look on my face.

Aw you look so cute sigi! I love that top.

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