My hair is getting longer, which means I tend to get frustrated with it and chop it because I have no clue how to style long hair cute at all. I usually just straighten it and there, I'm done. I always get jealous of the cute hairstyles I see on long hair and it's usually what motivates me to grow my hair long in the first place, but once I get there, I don't know what to do. Well. Thank goodness for this post on A Beautiful Mess: How to Style a Summertime Twist. Here is my attempt...
I am taking my walks everyday. Not letting hot temps or allergies stop me. I have been drinking primarily water with the occasional glass of milk. I refuse to weigh myself in between Dr. visits... so you will have to be in suspense about that until June 22. I haven't been eating too poorly. I did make chocolate chip cookies last night, but I only ate 1 1/2.
Cravings are primarily dairy. Milk and sour cream. I also crave fruit. Mangoes and apples. I also had a craving for fish... and I normally do not like fish. I know that I am getting the Omega 3 from my prenatle vitamins, so I don't think it's that I am deficient on that. I think I am craving the tartar sauce on the fish more than I am the fish itself.
So. Here is a week 15 picture. Not much change, but still. Gotta photo document. I didn't do this with Lindsey or Brendan and I regretted it.
I think I have felt the baby move, but it's so light, that I don't want to say for sure. I felt Lindsey and Bren both at about 16 weeks. They say that women that have had previous pregnancies will tend to feel baby move a lot sooner. Who knows really? ha. Not me.
I'm feeling REALLY chubby. I know my walks are doing me good, but this stage in pregnancy just sucks. The belly is just starting to take shape and it's pushing everything out and up including fat and organs so my waist is just THICK. I'm not complaining... just saying.
Well. 5 more weeks I will know what I am having. BOY OR GIRL. Make your guess. What do you think I am having?
P.S. Happy Birthday to one of my awesome friends LIZ from Liz Lemon blog.