getting uncomfortbale day after day, out of breath, excited and anxious at the same time, love the kicking, keep tossing and turning all night though would say getting some sleep, baby shower coming weekend and then every weekend will be more shopping.
The baby room is all painted wth cute animals, hubby did a great job:)
Lets see what's more in store in upcoming weeks besides worrying and anxiety:)
Yeah it's getting to the end.....I am getting so excited. We just got new carpet put in Olivia's room this week so this weekend I will be getting it completely ready. Being uncomfortable is the worst though. I am ready to have my body back and be able to do all those normal things again like put my shoes on without a struggle and things like that. Good luck and the end is near!!!!!!!
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