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31 Weeks Baby

As you may be able to see, my sticking-out-belly button is hard for someone to miss these days. I walked up to Tim's softball games Monday night, and one of the player's wives said, "Hi Amy, how are you? You're belly button's sticking out!" :)  I think that sums it up well enough. I've still been feeling great, although sometimes tired. Lately, my back has began to ache. It is pretty much when I switch from sitting or laying to a standing or walking position. If I squat, it is more painful, too. But, it is just a moment of ache until my body readjusts to the shift. Tim made a comment last night that it looks like I am starting to get a more waddley walk, too.

Last night we toured the OB Maternity part of our Hospital. It went great, and it was so precious to see a little baby in the nursery---and imagine that in about 9 weeks, we'll have one of those too! We are both getting very excited to have a baby at home, in our lives, as the beginning of growing our family.


(info from Babycenter.com) How your baby's growing:
This week, your baby measures over 16 inches long. He weighs about 3.3 pounds (try carrying four navel oranges) and is heading into a growth spurt. He can turn his head from side to side, and his arms, legs, and body are beginning to plump out as needed fat accumulates underneath his skin. He's probably moving a lot, too, so you may have trouble sleeping because your baby's kicks and somersaults keep you up. Take comfort: All this moving is a sign that your baby is active and healthy.

Comments

mom-suzy said…
Amy,
Your baby is really growing! Glad you are feeling well (except for being tired and moments of ache). Can't wait to see this little one. It won't be too long now. Are you learning about breathing techniques during labor? They really do help. It will be hard for Tim to see you in pain, so he might need to learn some breathing techniques too :) Looking beautiful.
Love,
Mama Suzy

P.S. interesting background in the photo!
Hillary said…
Amy you look so cute! I love seeing these pics. It seems like you really enjoy being preggo :)

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