You're almost there! Only 12 more weeks until you welcome your new bundle of joy into your family! From your baby's fetal development to recent prenatal care ultrasounds, we want to hear all about your third trimester. And don't forget to share your stories about planning for labor, choosing natural labor, or preparing for breastfeeding. We are here to support you throughout your third trimester!
Not There Yet!!!
I'm due to have my baby by october 9 2006. My pregnancy was unexpected and took awhile to get used to. These past few months have been great. I never had morning sickness or way out there food cravings. I am still working (sometimes 50-60 hours a week) and running my home. I never seem to have enough time to spend with my belly.But I think it's what has made evreything so easy on me.The only consern my doctor has had is that I've gained alot of weight and may deliver early. But other than that I am very thankful for how much my pregnancy has been a breeze especially from what I hear other women have been through.
Student and mom-to-beI'm 26 weeks pregnant, and can't wait to see my baby boy. When i was 12 weeks pregnant they told me it was a boy and then again when i was 21 weeks. my husband and i really wanted a girl, but God wanted us to have a boy. i'm very happy though.
what i'm worried about is school i'm due December 12, 2006 and i don't know if i'm going to make it. i'm a senior this year and maintaing school and the baby is going to be challenging but hopefully with the help of my teachers, friends, and family i will get through EVERYTHING!!!
unknow answersAlthough i'm am at a great age for pregnancy, I was not looking forward to it. I'm 25 years old, in my first "real" job, and just got enganged.... after 3 years of courting....to the love of my life.
Our journey begins in early march, when, low and behold.... something went missing for the month. This is not what i wanted to deal with. I've always been told that having children is not an option for me. I have but one kidney....(childhood illness).....and right from the beggining of this pregnancy, we were not optimistic.
Low and behold, I am now 31 weeks, and in the BEST health of my life. I guess I just wanted to share my story with those of you who have been told that bearing children is not for you. Although I've had some difficult moments throughout my pregnancy, I wouldn't change them for the world. I've been lucky enough not to develop any UTI's, or have anytime spent in the hospital. What a dream come true for a girl who's been told sinse I was 12 that I would NEVER had kids.
Let's just hope that the birthing process goes as well and the prenancy has. We'll be expecting Guinevere Geneveve Gherna on Holloween!
a stressfull first pregnancyI am 22 years old and pregnant for the first time. I am so excited and so scared. they say pregnant women need a lot of love and they are right. This has been the hardest thing I have ever been through. months into my pregnancy I find e mails my husband of two years has been hiding from me. He says they are nothing. just stupid girls.
Then I find out he was looking at porn. THATS WHEN THE WORLD COMES CRASHING DOWN. I cry all the time and I feel guilty because I know shes under stress when i am. I feel embarassed to tell anyone.
so I suppose im telling you because I need to tell someone. Im due on Thanksgiving day. hopefully things will get better by then.
SurpriseI am 36 weeks pregnant, with our second child. Our daughter is nearly 20, so this came as quite the surprise.
We know we are having a little girl and are quite excited about it. Although unexpected, we can't wait to meet her.
The preganancy has gone extremely well, in spite of the heat we have had throughout the summer.
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