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  Due August 2014!

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Week 13

This week I’ve had a ton more energy than before but managed to pick up a pesty cold. To celebrate feeling better I had my hair cut and went shopping for maternity clothes! Friday hubby and I went for a short walk and I asked him to take a few photos 🙂 He always makes […]

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Week 12

This week has been so easy compared to previous weeks. I say that with reservations since Sunday was major fatigue day and ended with puking. There have been minor nausea moments but mostly I’m HUNGRY. My belly is growing and causing more discomfort while sleeping. Trying to be careful about putting my feet up and […]

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Week 11

The week has been a huge improvement on the usual nausea all day all the time. One anti-nausea pill before bed “usually” does the trick for the night and whole next day. I say usually but some days/evenings/nights  just want me to feel miserable. My belly is visibly bigger since week six. ~This is week […]

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Week 10

One minute I am feeling wonderful and great and the next I’m back to debilitating nausea. It seems that fatigue makes it worse so I’m trying to get more sleep. Last night I slept for a total of 11 hours. There seems to be a flaw in my theory though because this morning I feel just as […]

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Nausea

Life doesn’t always go as planned. The last month proves what a roller coaster it can be. When all the pregnancy books talk about morning sickness they don’t really say it could be nausea all day all the time. Thankfully I have a good doctor that knew just how to fix the problem. So now, I’m on […]

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Proof of Peanut

Ok, it’s currently more like a blueberry but the important thing is we now have visual proof 🙂

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Symptoms

Yesterday I had my first “morning sickness” . Nothing too bad just noticeable nausea when I woke up. Smells from things like onions on pizza, warm soup, and flowers have already bothered me.

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