25 Weeks!

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Weeks pregnant?: TWENTY-FIVE!!!!

Maternity clothes?: Lots and lots of them, Michael took me shopping for work clothes too.

Stretch marks?: Nope

Sleep: sometimes, not as often as I would like

Best moment this week?: seeing occasionally a little jolt in the belly and feeling Demi move even more! It has been amazing

Miss Anything?: CLOTHES and more clothes!! I miss wearing all my cute little outfits and shopping but I cannot wait to see me sweet girl so I know itll be worth it! 

Movement?: um another week of her moving ALL THE TIME!!! 

Food cravings: cant really give in to the cravings anymore, the doctor put me and Demi on a super strict diet because she is growing so fast and with my history of diabetes insipatus he is worried of pre-term labor so for now we are on zero carb not juices diet which kind of stinks but I will definitely do whatever I can for my sweet baby girl! I am just so blessed we found a doctor who specializes in high risk pregnancies and is monitoring us so closely! 

Symptoms?: Serious emotions, swelling and zero comfort… um yeah hello pregnancy

Belly Button in or out?: We are at a half and half point, it is starting to definitely get closer and closer to being an outie…

Wedding rings on or off?: On :) 

Happy or Moody most of the time?:  A little bit of both again, there has been a ton of tears though lately both happy and bleh! It has been hard to walk through the trials of everything and have the doctor visits more regular than most pregnancies and what not but it has also been a sweet reminder of what God has given me, I am so happy to have my mommy, Michaels mom and his sister that call and check on me all the time and cousins who will text to see how I am, I do not know what I would do without them! It has definitely been a beautiful bumpy road to walk! 

Looking forward to?: DEMI!!!!!! 

What Demi Is Up Too:

Under her skin, capillaries are forming and filling with blood and by week’s end, air sacs (also lined with capillaries) will develop in her lungs, getting them ready for that first breath. Those lungs aren’t ready for prime time just yet — but they are developing surfactant, a substance that will help them expand after birth. And speaking of breathing, your baby’s tiny nostrils, which have been plugged up until now, are starting to open, and her vocal chords are getting ready to roar. She’s beginning to exchange her long, lean look for some baby fat. As she does, her wrinkled skin will begin to smooth out and she’ll start to look more and more like a newborn. She’s also growing more hair — and if you could see it, you’d now be able to discern its color and texture.

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