Normally I try to be one happy pregnant lady, but I need to be real with y'all. I am huge and uncomfortable. I have reached the stage where, let's face it, nothing is easy. Bending over leaves me out of breath, holding Harrison leaves me nauseous, and daily activities leave me feeling like I have been hit by a Mack truck at night. Sleeping is not comfortable, much less enjoyable. Throw in a couple pretty sore ribs and I am not the most pleasant person to be living with. I have not been taking it as easy as I should. It is so hard to "prop your feet up" when nesting happens to be at the same exact time spring cleaning usually hits me. I have been keeping myself (and my husband) very VERY busy with a to do list a mile long. I am happy to say that more than half of my list has been crossed off since the sun decided to finally come out. My goal is to finish all remaining to-dos by the end of this weekend so I really can take it easy for my remaining two weeks.
As uncomfortable as I have been, there are some awesome things that come with being this super pregnant. I love feeling her respond to our voices and loud noises. Last week, Matt and I saw my stomach transform into a really odd cone shape and watched a foot raise up right under my ribs. I love rubbing her bottom and feel her move in response. She also gets the hiccups several times a day and I love watching and feeling my belly bounce with each hiccup. It really is an amazing experience, I just can not wait to finally meet her!!