September 21, 2012

Sweet, sweet Friday. Here you are, which means another week has passed.  Today marks 19 weeks of pregnancy. I can't beleive I'm almost half way through.  On the one hand you are dragging on for what feels like an eternity, and on the other- I can't believe we're halfway there! Just this past week I think I may have felt the tiny little movements of that baby nestled inside.  I can't be sure but it seems likely.  I waited and waited, still like a statue to feel those flutters again, but they never came.  Soon, I know.  

This weekend we will take it easy.  I'm a tad under the weather and need to rest up as much as I can so this cold does not turn into full fledged sickness.  Not being able to take medication is making this cold utterly miserable.  Anyone have any natural remedies they can recommend? So far I've been told ginger and garlic.

ps. how amazing are these gorgeous moccasins? Gifted from some sweet friends of ours in Brooklyn.  The baby moccasin obsession is strong- this gift is just perfect.


  1. Adorable mocassins. For your cold, I recommend honey. A spoonful or so. Also, hot water with lemon. :)

    Much love!

  2. I remember feeling weird bubbles in my belly around 19 weeks, but it wasn't until 21 weeks that I was SURE it was the baby and not indigestion! I'm 34 weeks along now and the baby kicks to hard that if something is sitting on my stomach it will bounce up and down! And sometimes it even wakes me up in the middle of the night. Thanks a lot baby! haha.

  3. honey and lemon are both good! tea :) if you have a bad headache try tiger balm. worked wonders for me. the lil flutters are the best and they just get better and more pronounced. week 17, 18, 19 was when i remember having those lil feelings (sorta like gas bubbles... tmi?). very soon nick may be able to feel little mis/ter!!

  4. @caren I have not heard of tiger balm but just looked it up and am so anxious to give it a try. If it works for me it could be a total game changer!


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