This is apparently what my baby looks like right now. Awww, look at the little flippers... how cute!!! My adorable little sea-creature is being a good boy/girl too, thankfully sparing me the nausea this time around.
I'm a bundle of other first trimester woes: constipated, flatulent (sorry Tradie), bitchy, pimply as a teenager - but no nausea really.
Well that's not entirely true... still feel a little seasick from time to time, but nothing that's put me off my toast yet.
Blimely I'd forgotten how nice carbs are!
Cereal... OMG. I think I want to marry you. Muesli with fresh blueberries and yogurt and skim milk.... *drool* This is my nirvana at the moment.
It's strange but after over a year of low-carb dieting I'd much rather tuck into a wholegrain muffin with honey, than a chocolate bar anyday. I am in heaven just eating a pasta salad for lunch.
Different from last pregnancy, where if food didn't come from the Golden Arches, or have a list of preservatives as long as my arm, I didn't want to touch it.
I wonder if that's why Little Red is such a junk food-a-holic?
Have put on 2.2kg so far. But that's kind of expected, going from not eating pasta, rice, bread etc. to suddenly eating it again. This week my weight stayed the same though, so hopefully that's going to be the most of my first trimester gain.
Bloated, a little chubbier but not showing my secret just yet :)
Booked in for my first visit with the midwives at the hospital on 29 November. Little prawn I can't wait to hear your heartbeat!!
I have to go to Monash Medical Centre, for "high risk" pregnancies. At some point I'll share with you all why that is, but I don't like to dwell on my last labour too much, lest I revert into a shivering, rocking-back-and-forth mess of jelly in the corner.
Oh, the horror. But needless to say, am doing it all over again - too late to back out now! and that's that.
Better go, it's time for the half-hourly feeding of my face. Love to you all!