Two Thirds!

5 thoughts on “Two Thirds!”

  1. Yay! Photo looks great, and I’m happy to hear that you’re enjoying the pregnancy. Hopefully this won’t end with the start of the third trimester. I found the end to be much less awful than the beginning (and the middle to be fun). There’s increasing discomfort and impatience, but it’s much more tolerable since a) you have a pretty good idea when it’s going to end, and b) you’re REALLY pregnant, rather than just bloated, nauseous and carrying around a lump of dividing cells. I loved feeling the little creature moving and kicking. Also, yes, enjoy the pregnancy and continue to ignore people’s horror stories (sorry about that). There’s nothing you can do about what’s coming anyway (and you might luck out and get a fairly easy delivery and baby), so might as well just enjoy pregnancy as much as possible. You deserve it after that rough first trimester 🙂

  2. Wow! Looking great Jen! So glad to hear that you’re feeling better. Not that I know anything about pregnancy, but hopefully it’s a very mild downhill slope over the next few months.

  3. You look great! And I’m not just saying that to be nice. I looked like a beached whale by this point in the pregnancy. Congrats on finding out its a boy. We were thrilled when we found out we were having a boy. I wasn’t sure what to do with a girl and I was terrified my mother’s prediction of “Someday you’re going to have a daughter just like you” was going to come true. Enjoy your final trimester!
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  4. Wow! I just realized I have not actually seen you IN PERSON since I found out you were pregnant. That is a problem. I’m so glad you’re coming later this week. It’s soooo weird to see the belly photo because it makes it REAL for me. (I know it’s been real for you for all too long; I guess I’m just way too self-absorbed).

    There’s always a possibility that the last trimester will be way, way better than the first. I mean it’s pretty hard to beat the awfulness of the 1st trimester you experienced. I think it just takes a whopping sense of humor to cope with becoming progressively larger and less agile. And then, well you know my opinion about the ordeal of birth – it’s as good as you make it.
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