14 weeks

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Well tomorrow is "officially" 14 weeks! Looking at my baby journal I'm considered in the 2nd trimester or 4th month of pregnancy!!! At this point I have gained about 12lbs which is much more then my first pregnancy but I'm hoping that I am back on track now and it will level out!

I am feeling ok as long as I continue taking the diclectin....still mega tired and going to bed at 8pm every night but I swear its the working and chasing a 18 month old that is doing it to me :)

Here's a pic on the belly - definitely showing more then I was last time around!

I have been missing in action from sparkpeople but I'm trying to recommit as I gained more then I would have liked in the first trimester. Time to get back on track and get back to exercising as I'm feeling a bit better! I'm just so happy after our miscarriage to be pregnant again and that things are going well. GROW BABY GROW :)
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  • SHELLY8212
    great to see a success story! i wish you lots of luck and happiness. how soon after your miscarriage did you start trying again? and how soon did you get pregnant? i just had a miscarriage at 9 weeks, 2 months ago and my husband and i are going to start trying again...
    2115 days ago
    Good job and congrats!!!!

    I'm starting a fertility diet tomorrow and starting on acupuncture next month...my body is a WRECK since my miscarriage in August (after almost 2 years of TTC). I'm a total mess...gained about 15 pounds after I m/c'd, haven't exercised, eating horribly...nothing helpful for getting pregnant. I'm taking time off for now so i can get my body in order and enjoy being done with 8 years of school, finally.

    Anyway, my point is this fertility diet is also for pregnancy...check it out :) I bought "Cooking for Fertility" by Kathryn Simmons Flynn on Amazon for $30.

    Good luck! emoticon
    2132 days ago
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