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Old 04-23-2013, 12:58 AM
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Agreed. Just listen to your body and you should be fine. I personally just had issues with lifting because of how weak my abs were. I could not lift a carseat or anything remotely heavy for probably about two weeks. I wasn't given any restrictions specifically though.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:15 AM
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They gave me all those rules. I pretty much followed none of them. BUT I felt amazing pretty much right afterward. If you do to much to fast your body is going to let you know.

I find the driving restrictions a bit stupid. What do they think single moms do? I had to take Falon to get a blood test three days after we got home - Matt had to go back to work. What was I supposed to do?
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:37 PM
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Did anyone else start getting "morning sickness" at the end of their pregnancy? I'm 33 weeks, and the past few days have been feeling slightly nauseous at times, but today it got really bad, I couldn't finish dinner - haven't vomited yet though. I just feel awful right now.
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Old 04-24-2013, 10:42 AM
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I haven't, but several moms in my birth month group have.

Are you having any heartburn or indigestion? That could be the culprit. Baby is taking up a lot of space by 33 weeks and pushing on your stomach.

Either way, hope you feel better soon!

Today is my last day of work. Thank god. My feet, legs and hands are so swollen and painful and I'm totally exhausted because I can't sleep. I'm full term on Friday!
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I did x2. totally normal,
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I'm 30 weeks pregnant... Is it too early to start hyperventilating about the idea of labor?
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Something I'd recommend for everyone with new babies is The Wonder Weeks. There is an app you can download or you can get the book. Very helpful for understanding babies development periods and why they might be fussy for seemingly no reason.
http://www.thewonderweeks.com/
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Something I'd recommend for everyone with new babies is The Wonder Weeks. There is an app you can download or you can get the book. Very helpful for understanding babies development periods and why they might be fussy for seemingly no reason.
http://www.thewonderweeks.com/
I downloaded the app and it goes by due date. Which...I mean it makes sense, but Falon is pretty clearly in some kind of development phase right now (clingy, cluster feeding, just weird) and the app thinks she's only one week old. Instead of four. And she fits the signs for the four week wonder thing perfectly. :|
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:33 PM
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Yeah the due date thing is kind of weird. I think it's just a guideline. At least you can read the signs and make your own judgement on if she's going through it or not. Clarissa is in the 8-9 week one right now. She doesn't stay happy for very long and wants to breast feed all day long and sleep with the boob. Lol
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Oh and there are also growth spurts which happen at different times than the wonder weeks. If its not one thing it's another!
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