Iammmm 33w4d or so-&iam SO uncomfortable!!!! iToss n turn at night, getting up to pee is much more frequent. My son kicks or punches my ribs! Ah! My nipples hurt occasionally! If iDont eat what iCrave, then iGet a huge headache! iLove my son but iWish he was fully baked already lol!
Sleep is definitely a challenge and it won't get any better for us from here! Sigh....
I definitely can't sleep because of horrible heartburn, reflux, having to pee more often, not finding a comfortable position to sleep in, etc.. I have to prop myself up with 4 pillows and somehow I still manage to slide down and roll onto my belly. Eventhough the kicks and jabs keep me up, I want to remember every moment of it. This is my first and I never want to forget the joys it brings to both me and my husband when we see and feel the movements. Of course we look forward to meeting baby. I guess there's a lot of anxiety that comes with it too.
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