Only about 5% of babies are born on their due dates, so it really shouldn’t come as a shock that mine has come and gone.
Physically, I’m doing good. I’ve been staying quite active (two trips to the dog park yesterday = four miles of walking) and did just over an hour of cardio (treadmill walking and elliptical) at the gym this morning.
Mentally…well, not horrible but not as good. I like to be busy and have stuff to do. As much as I complain about the grading that comes along with the school year, I love working. Typically by this point in the summer, I have started babysitting. Instead I’m at home, waiting…
What is an overdue pregnant lady to do when she’s not working and at home waiting for her life to drastically change?
Some tears have been shed with those first two shows.
I am loving Gone Girl – I just got to a really good spot and a big twist in the story.
Doesn’t it feel productive to cross things off, even if it’s “clean coffee maker”?
Not only is exercise good for you and the baby, but some say it may help get labor going.
Yesterday, I met up with Nicole and her daughter at Orange Leaf – so good to see her again! Oh ya – and I have a frequent buyer card now. So dangerous. On Monday, I met my friend Jeana and her 7 week old daughter Avery at Starbucks.
Been doing WAY too much checking of social media lately.
People keep saying things like “Enjoy these last few quiet days.” I am trying, but when I have no idea what it’s going to be like with a newborn, how can I understand?
Any productive or completely mundane tasks I should add to my to-do list?