37 weeks

37 Weeks: Pay It Forward

August 17, 2012

Newborns don’t really need that much stuff. A car seat, a place to sleep, clothing, diapers, blankets. But there are lots of things that are very handy to have, and it’s easy to get carried away with all the options for baby gear out there. When you get what you need AND what you want, […]

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37 Weeks: Expecting The Unexpected–Pregnancy

August 16, 2012

With just a few weeks to go, I can hardly believe my pregnancy is almost over. In some ways, it has been nothing like I thought it would be. While thinking about the baby and what’s to come has taken up a huge amount of my brain space, I’m still surprised at how normal I […]

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37 Weeks: Full Term, And Full Of Baby!

August 15, 2012
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“Welcome to Term!” is what I heard in yoga last night! Even though normal gestation is 40 weeks (or longer), babies born after 37 weeks are not considered premature. Very thankful we have made it this far! I’ve definitely been feeling things happening down there. Things that if I were 40 weeks I would be […]

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37 Weeks: Belly Dancer

August 14, 2012

A little more video fun with the babe! He starts off with some hip hop and then moves into a series of Riverdance! PREVIOUS 37 WEEK POSTS Snapshots The Hospital Bag PREVIOUS WEEKS 4 weeks 5 weeks 6 weeks 7 weeks 8 weeks 9 weeks 10 weeks 11 weeks 12 weeks 13 weeks 14 weeks […]

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37 Weeks: Packing The Hospital Bag

August 13, 2012

Packing the hospital bag was perhaps one of the most surreal things I’ve done! It’s a rare occasion that you know you’re going to be staying in a hospital for a few days. I have been IN the hospital for the day, but I haven’t stayed overnight before, so I’m not entirely sure what to […]

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37 Weeks: Snapshots

August 11, 2012

My mom keeps telling me “Sweetie you need a pretty nightgown for the hospital to wear as your first moments as a mother!” And I keep telling her that I don’t wear nightgowns! I wear tanks and PJ bottoms at home, and would probably just wear the hospital gown until I could put on a […]

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