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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

35 weeks

Today marks 35 weeks gestation.
I started the day off trying to catch up a little bit in the house. I got the kitchen cleaned up and dinner in the crockpot before I had to rest for an hour.
I went to get a few more baby items after that before heading to physical therapy.
Miss Kymber flipped briefly on Monday after my chiropractor appointment but flipped back on Tuesday. Leanne (my physical therapist) and I believe she has flipped head down again after the session today. I can still feel her bottom the way it should be so hopefully she will stay that way.
I see the chiropractor again tomorrow so hopefully keeping my hips in balance will keep her head down!
My NST's (non-stress tests) start on Friday. I will find out about my cardiology appointment on Friday as well.
Trying to focus on the joy of bringing Kymber into the world, we had a family pregnancy shoot on Sunday and I will be completing the shoot this Friday.
In addition to the maternity photo shoot, I needed to do something crafty (to bring me joy) as I haven't been able to sew at all in over 2 weeks. (I have an addiction to crafting.....I must admit) I made a wreath for our front door with pink flowers in honor of our new little girl. (Pictures below)
It was 15 minutes of pure joy and some of the best therapy to lighten my mood.
Stay tuned for more JOY in regards to Miss Kymber.


Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

It's so good to hear that you are doing well and that your little Kymber is settling in for her grand entrance :o) Hope you continue to feel great! Lovely wreath!

Blessings & Aloha!
(I have been trying to get back in the groove of my fav blogs to visit. I'd love if you get the chance to pop over and see my current post of our daughter's progress in their nursery). Hugs to you and your family :o)

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Oh! I meant to also say I love her princess embroidery that you created. (What type of sewing machine do you have? Mine has embroidery features on it, but I have not attempted to try that out yet :o)

Blessings & Aloha!

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