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Bump Ahead!

I am VERY happy to announce to the world… #10 on my Stars & Wishes list will be happening this year!

It’s been a long road of visits to doctors, diets, and not-the-most-patient drumming of fingers…but… we are now 12 weeks pregnant! The first trimester is nearly over… it wasn’t as bad as my first pregnancy (which was all-day-sickness weeks 6-15), but I have suffered from frequent migraines, and bouts of severe joint pain. I am hoping these ease up!

We’re due July 29th… our 22 month old doesn’t really get it, but most of the time when I ask if he’s excited to be a big brother, he says “Yes!”

I’ll be sharing pregnancy updates with you… and also a great maternity / new baby event (of course!). So stay tuned for the Bump Ahead Maternity Event (or get a sneak peek at my sponsors by clicking on the Event Button on my nav bar above!)!

Were your pregnancies different each time?

Tiffany

Tuesday 17th of January 2012

Congratulations! My pregnancies, so far, are quite different. MUCH sicker this go around! And even at 24 weeks, I still throw up about once every other day. But at least once I've thrown up, the bad feeling is over...first three months, I was sick all day, every day.

I hope its a smooth ride for you!

Tiffany

Tuesday 17th of January 2012

Congratulations! My pregnancies, so far, are quite different. MUCH sicker this go around! And even at 24 weeks, I still throw up about once every other day. But at least once I've thrown up, the bad feeling is over...first three months, I was sick all day, every day.

I hope its a smooth ride for you!

Catherine

Tuesday 17th of January 2012

Yay! So excited for this new chapter of your life to begin!

My pregnancies were pretty similar overall. I had awful heartburn/morning sickness with both boys, but ended up only needing prilosec with Asher (took a double dose every day through the day I delivered) and was put on Zofran with Shea. After having Zofran, pretty sure that I was sick enough with Asher to have used it then, too, but with him I wasn't also trying to chase after a toddler so I just pushed through and napped when I needed/wanted to! Even more than my pregnancies, though, my labors were quite similar in many ways. Water broke with both, and needed to eventually be induced. Ugh. Hoping that if/when we ever get brave enough to have another, my labor can start without the use of pitocin!

Again, super excited for you! Yay!

Catherine

Tuesday 17th of January 2012

Yay! So excited for this new chapter of your life to begin!

My pregnancies were pretty similar overall. I had awful heartburn/morning sickness with both boys, but ended up only needing prilosec with Asher (took a double dose every day through the day I delivered) and was put on Zofran with Shea. After having Zofran, pretty sure that I was sick enough with Asher to have used it then, too, but with him I wasn't also trying to chase after a toddler so I just pushed through and napped when I needed/wanted to! Even more than my pregnancies, though, my labors were quite similar in many ways. Water broke with both, and needed to eventually be induced. Ugh. Hoping that if/when we ever get brave enough to have another, my labor can start without the use of pitocin!

Again, super excited for you! Yay!

Trisha W.

Tuesday 17th of January 2012

Congratulations. I guess having this baby will also help you with #15 since you probably won't want to leave your new pumpkin totally out of your blogging life.

I've had eight pregnancies, the second ending in a first trimester miscarriage. My first one was my worst/most difficult. I was very sick, but once we moved me to a vitamin with slow release iron, things did get better. Different pregnancies had different pros and cons. I can tell you having delivered my last few naturally (in the hospital), that my recovery was SO much quicker than the L&D's that I'd had epidurals for. Good luck mama! I look forward to meeting your baby here one day.

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