Baby Update at 19 Weeks

It’s only a couple days until I’m 20 weeks, so I’m happy to say that I am half way through now.

I’ve been feeling pretty good lately. Still very tired most of the time and having the sniffles doesn’t help, but my nausea has gone. My poor workmate who is also just as pregnant is still having morning sickness. I feel very lucky!

The bump is getting along nicely and beginning to keep me awake at night. I don’t think it’s possible to see the movements but it’s definitely punching and kicking at my insides. And if I have my hand exactly where it’s kicking I can feel it that way also.

It will be time again to buy new clothes. The bump sticks out from under most of my shirts – luckily long length tops are in at the moment so there’s a good range out there.

I’m finding out on Wednesday if I’ll be having a girl or a boy. Then we’ll have to start thinking about names – the first of many things to sort out.

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4 thoughts on “Baby Update at 19 Weeks

  1. Congrats!! Enjoy these sweet moments before your life changes forever. Someday you’ll ask yourself what you did before your baby arrived and you’ll hardly be able to remember. I arrived on your blog randomly and I really like your posts and your pics aswell! I’m a mum of a little boy called Marlow and I really enjoy reading other mummy stories online. If you are still stuck take a look at the search thing at http://www.bounty.com/babynames/ as you can search by meaning and origin – i found it really helpful when thinking of what to call Marlow. Finger and toes crossed for you and your baby! Jo

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  2. The halfway point, yey!!! So excited for you! And I’m glad you’re past the nausea. I can’t wait to hear some of the names you have in mind :)

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