35 W E E K S

I️ am currently 35 weeks pregnant, but I️ am measuring a week ahead. I️ am now seeing the doctor once a week. Tomorrow I️ go for an appointment to see if my baby’s head is facing downward. They are going to do a ultrasound, which I️ haven’t had one since we found out he was a boy at 16 weeks! So I’m very excited to see my little man again❤️ They will also be doing a cervial exam to check to see if I’m dilated at all. And they are testing me for strep B.   Which strep b is “The infection is usually harmless in adults, but can be dangerous in newborns and adults with chronic conditions, such as diabetes or liver disease.  Symptoms in newborns include fever, trouble feeding, and lethargy. Adults who are immunocompromised may get a urinary tract or blood infection, or pneumonia.  Treatment includes antibiotics.” According to the Mayo Clinic.   Pregnancy has been good to me and really not that bad. I️ have noticed a few more changes this month. Like my feet swelling, and fingers (lol my ring won’t come off😂). There’s a little more pressure when I’m walking and what not. Sleep is very uncomfortable and in the future I️ will be investing in a pregnancy pillow lol. Shaving my legs has gotten a little difficult because I️ can’t see past my belly and end up missing spots lol. But these things are really not bad, just sweet reminders that I’m closer to seeing Judah.    

I️ am currently 35 weeks pregnant, but I️ am measuring a week ahead. I️ am now seeing the doctor once a week. Tomorrow I️ go for an appointment to see if my baby’s head is facing downward. They are going to do a ultrasound, which I️ haven’t had one since we found out he was a boy at 16 weeks! So I’m very excited to see my little man again❤️ They will also be doing a cervial exam to check to see if I’m dilated at all. And they are testing me for strep B. 

Which strep b is “The infection is usually harmless in adults, but can be dangerous in newborns and adults with chronic conditions, such as diabetes or liver disease.

Symptoms in newborns include fever, trouble feeding, and lethargy. Adults who are immunocompromised may get a urinary tract or blood infection, or pneumonia.

Treatment includes antibiotics.” According to the Mayo Clinic. 

Pregnancy has been good to me and really not that bad. I️ have noticed a few more changes this month. Like my feet swelling, and fingers (lol my ring won’t come off😂). There’s a little more pressure when I’m walking and what not. Sleep is very uncomfortable and in the future I️ will be investing in a pregnancy pillow lol. Shaving my legs has gotten a little difficult because I️ can’t see past my belly and end up missing spots lol. But these things are really not bad, just sweet reminders that I’m closer to seeing Judah.