How far along? 29 weeks
Maternity clothes? yes
Sleep: pretty good this week... once i fall asleep ;)
Best moment this week: there's real floor in his room! and his crib is set up, WOO! ...and, all of my OB appointments are set up from now until he's due! EEP! (and i get an ultrasound every time!)
Miss anything? the same things as always... a bloody mary, maker's and diet, runny eggs.
Movement: so much moving! and as he's getting bigger and filling up my uterus, it's like i feel EVERY movement he makes. he would like to make himself comfortable under my right rib cage but he is probably disappointed when i try to direct him otherwise. (that chalkboard is no lie. it's already tight quarters in there.)
Food cravings: nothing really. actually, nothing has sounded especially delicious. i haven't really had one of those EAT ALL THE FOODS pregnancies. there have only been a few days that i've been hungry all day no matter what i ate, but those have been few and far between.
Anything making you queasy or sick: nothing really, hope it stays that way!
Gender: BOY! (should i just leave this question? i mean, the answer isn't going to change. we've confirmed that at least 3 times.)
Labor signs: i have felt some of my first braxton hicks. nothing excessive or extensive.
Symptoms: all. of these >>> growing heavy belly, sore back, sore hips, waddling, restless legs at night, the usual!
Belly button in or out? in ... but it's definitely getting flat
Wedding rings on or off? on
Happy or moody most of the time: pretty happy
Blood sugar: pretty good! side story: at my monthly appt with dr awesome last week, my blood sugar dropped. to make it more dramatic, my glucose tablets were on my desk at work instead of in my purse because i had taken them out to use them. sigh. so first i got glucose tablets from his medical assistant. i told him i was dropping and he asked if i felt okay and i did. well after talking to him for 10 minutes, i still felt pretty crummy so i checked my blood sugar and it was 35. AWESOME. he got me some juice and told me to wait til i felt okay to leave because i was his last patient of the day. i let a little time pass, checked again and i was 94. shew. it's like the best and worst place to be low. worst because you feel dumb that you're that low but best because you know they have stuff to help you out and will make sure you're okay. geez. let's hope that doesn't happen again. (we confirmed/blamed the low on the insulin i had for my special treat ghostbuster donut and the delay in delivery because of the fat content. yay)
Looking forward to: finishing up the nursery and moving all of his stuff from random places in the house to his room! :) it's definitely weird to walk by and see a crib set up in our house ...but weird in a great way!