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KEIAHNAM
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Baby is good!

Friday, October 09, 2009

I have been to two baby appointments. The baby has a very strong heartbeat, and I'm low risk for everything. Still getting bad morning sickness, but I'm hoping to be over that soon.

As for workouts, I haven't been working out :) I've been cleared by my doctor to do walking, treadmill, stationary biking, and swimming. I want to get back into doing SOMETHING. My friend who had a baby two years ago said that she didn't feel up to doing anything until her second trimester. So I guess I'm normal :) I'm going to try yog and walking. My favorite time of year is just about here (Autumn) so I will enjoy walking outside. I'm going to try not to overdo it, as I am apt to do.

School is going okay. So far, I've got B's in both classes. I've decided to just take things one assignment at a time and pace myself. When I look too much at the big picture, I panic! And I need to keep myself stress free for the baby. Not to mention, my own piece of mind :)
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  • v KEYALUS
    Hey KEIAHNAM.

    Congrats on the baby! I'm just returning after having my LO about 6 weeks ago. I did work out through most of my pregnancy but not quite the same way towards the end. I did a lot of walking until the need to find a bathroom every 5 minutes just became too annoying. I stuck with CrossFit (they have a site called crossfitmom with modified workouts for pregnant women) up to the end though. I truly think that helped me recover fairly quickly from delivery (ended up having a c-section). I also took a prenatal yoga class weekly. I was lucky not to feel to tired or sick until the very end.

    Anyway, good luck with your pregnancy and school.
    2459 days ago
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