Thirty nine weeks: This super content little baby seems to want a taste of Thanksgiving dinner via womb service. However, my fortune cookie says that “A positive life-changing event will take place soon.” How soon, fortune cookie?
Thirty seven weeks: Baby is as big as a romaine heart. Caleb wants me to sing “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes,” but I’m not really sure how that’s going to work out when I can’t even see my toes.
Thirty six weeks: Can’t get my wedding rings on anymore.
Twenty three weeks: Beach vacation week! Our little girl loved all the action: chasing Caleb, riding waves, etc.
Twenty two weeks: The nursery is painted!
Twenty weeks: Halfway there! Baby is as long as a banana.
Nineteen weeks: Baby is a GIRL!
Eighteen weeks: Baby is the size of a sweet potato.
Seventeen weeks: baby is doing flips and approximately the size of three crayola chalks.
Sixteen weeks: Hiking through Watkins Glen with a baby in my belly and a toddler on my back.
Fifteen weeks: baby is the size of an apple!
Fourteen weeks: baby is approximately the size of a half-eaten donut, mom’s main craving.
Thirteen weeks: baby is the size of a peach, and mama is eating fruit all the time.
First trimester overview.
Twelve weeks: baby on an ultrasound with a heart rate of 171 bpm!
Eleven weeks: helloooo, baby bump.
Ten weeks: finally getting some pep back into the step.
Nine weeks: baby is the size of a grape, and mom only wants to eat grapes.
Eight weeks: hand over the ice-cream.
Seven weeks: nauseous, but wanting to get some gardening done.
Six weeks: early viability ultrasound shows a small blob baby with a heartbeat.
Five weeks: can I have some pickles, please?
Four weeks: feeling nauseous.
Three weeks: a positive test!