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31 Weeks Down, 9 More To Go! ❤

 Baby is about 16.7 inches long now and weighs around 3.8 pounds.

Starting weight 120 pounds - Starting waist  31.5 inches. 
I am now139lbs & 41 inches 

WEIGHT: +19 pounds
WAIST: 39 inches (+9.5 inches) 

Highlights and Lowlights of my Pregnancy Week 31:

  • Baby boy moves a ton and reassures mom he's okay.
  • Being blessed with a healthy baby and pregnancy so far!
  • I am almost positive he is head down again! 
  • I can tell he is growing everyday getting ready to make his appearance. 
  • Restless legs wasn't bad this week!
  • Baby boy constantly has hiccups and it's so adorable. 

  • Lower back / tailbone pain is HORRIBLE the past 3 days.
  • Unending migraines this week.
  • Lost some mucous plug with a tint of blood.
  • Ive been having Braxton hicks like crazy with slight cramping. 
  • Craving all things sweet and little self control! LMAO
  • Getting harder to chase around the kids and do everyday chores.
  • The lump in my breast is getting larger every week and is really painful lately.  

Weight Gain/Loss:  +19 pounds

Sleep: Sleep is good once I get comfortable and actually fall asleep.

Best Moment This Week: Brayden's birthday was yesterday and we had such an amazing family day doing fun stuff. He is such a blessing and his giggle lights up my world. I can't believe my little man is TWO! 

Movement: His big movements are slowing down now and being replaced with more rolling and hiccuping. I swear little man constantly has hiccups! 
One day this week I was so busy I didn't realize he hadn't been moving much :( I quickly jugged some raspberry-cran juice and hopped in the bath to get him all wound up. I was so relived when he was okay. 

Food Cravings/Aversions: I am currently eating frozen blueberries out of a cup with a spoon as I type this! lol It's better than the chocolate chip cookies I want to devour that sit in the kitchen I suppose. 

What I Miss: I miss relaxing sleep and being able to chase my babies or clean the house without getting out of breath. 

Stretch Marks: No new ones yet. I think my old ones are starting to turn more reddish now and they are certainly itchy. 

Belly Button: Belly button still looks like a navel of an orange as you can see for yourself. 

Mood: Emotional and tired. Just another sign that we are coming to the end of this pregnancy.

Labor SignsLoss of some mucous plug and pelvis/tailbone pain. Hoping little man stays in there at least 5 more week though!

Upcoming Appointments/Events:  I have an appointment Wednesday morning!

What I look forward to: Elena's first birthday. The birth of my baby boy. Possibly buying our first home. Getting a bigger vehicle. Seeing my three babies together. 

Weekly Wisdom: Sometimes you just have to let go and enjoy the cookies. 

See my update from my last pregnancy at 30 weeks!

I also got the chance to photograph my adorable BUMP BOW!
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