I just feel generally uncomfortable, I have back and rib pain, my thighs get the most awful cramps at night and my sleep is so restless, I'm exhausted from it all. As my due date approaches I'm becoming more and more anxious about labour. I began getting mid back pain during the week and it felt exactly the same as the pain I felt during labour with Tyler Lee. He was in the O.P. position (where the baby's head is against the mother's back) and it was the most painful time of my life - I'm sincerely hoping that this baby is in a more favourable position for labour!
My poor Tyler Lee is getting quite upset that I won't give him the Peter Rabbit lullaby pull-down or the little cuddly from the baby's cot though... I don't think he'll fully understand that they're not his things until the baby is here.
Baby is the size of a - honeydew melon, according to my Ovia pregnancy app.
I'm looking forward to - having the nursery completely finished, I wish the Ebay seller I bought from would hurry up and post the mobile!
My favourite moment was - getting the cot together. It now has it's sheet, quilt, cushion and some Peter Rabbit toys waiting for it's new occupant.
I've been feeling - tired and seriously uncomfortable. I think baby has definitely run out of room now.
I've been buying for baby - we bought a vintage mobile on Ebay which we are waiting to arrive. The Ingenuity swing and other pieces which I ordered from John Lewis last week have arrived too. I think we have everything now and if we have forgotten something then I'll just send Jacek out for it when baby is here.
I'm missing - a good nights sleep. I'm so restless at night now, my left leg feels as though it constantly needs to be moved, I have horrible silent reflux and my bump hurts a lot if I move in the bed. I'm also having to get up between five and ten times a night for the bathroom - the joys!
I'm craving - still nothing, although I wouldn't mind a takeaway before baby's arrival!
I've been meaning to - get the hospital bags packed, it will be done this weekend!