Monday, June 29, 2009

11 weeks

How far along? 11 weeks
Total weight gain/loss: down 4lbs

Maternity clothes? no, just my bella band at times
Stretch marks? No thank goodness
Sleep: I crave it but find it to be pretty illusive. Its hard to get comfy and I'm hungry by about 2am
Best moment this week: The ultrasound although chnically that was last week

Movement: not yet
Food cravings: Cheetos, fruit.
Gender: no idea
Labor Signs: None

Belly Button in or out? In, lets hope it stays there

What I miss: Energy.
What I am looking forward to: Kissing my first trimester goodbye on Friday.
Weekly Wisdom: Milk it at work for the next 6 months because they treat you like a slave normally
Milestones: hmm, going a whole week without throwing up!!
*and can we talk about the size of that belly for a second?!? Holy cow! Why am I so big already, we know its not twins which was the obvious excuse before so what in the world?


  1. You seem to be showing more than me at 13 weeks, but who knows! I think everyone is different & starts to show at different stages. I probably have more meat on my bones & thats why, haha.
    And, I miss energy too...
    Bon :)

  2. Hello!! I'm 11 1/2 weeks too! I found your blog and wanted to comment and say congrats! We are excited about this baby too...I have a history of several miscarriages, but have been blessed a 2 year old little boy. We feel like this is our little miracle, I'm sure you feel the same way!!

    Can't wait to keep us with our babies!!

    By the way - my belly is getting big too!!!!! What is the deal!?!

  3. i'm 11 weeks 1 day!

    And belly is looking like that and i've LOST 10 the baby :)

  4. I'm thrilled for you every time I find a new update from you, and I keep praying! I started losing the nausea at 10 weeks and was fearful I was losing the baby, but I was just getting over the not-feeling-good-to-my-tummy time. I am somewhat overweight, but I was showing at 13 weeks. I didn't feel my baby move until probably 22 weeks (if I recall correctly) as the placenta was on the front side of my uterus, making it harder to detect movement. In the remaining weeks, my son more than made up for the time I couldn't feel him, though.