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Monday, December 27, 2010

Momma's Monday Check-in: 25/40

Note: McFatty Monday's is no longer! Instead I will post Momma's Monday Check-in. Join me as I eat and exercise my way through the next 15 weeks.

Due Date: April 8, 2011

Total weight gain: 13.5, last I checked--but I haven't checked in two weeks and now I'm afraid to!
Cravings/Aversions: none
Sleep: Roscoe resumed co-sleeping with us in Florida. We had dreamy nights full of slumber, and have decided to continue now that we're home. With Little Sears on his way I'll have to work out the details if this becomes our new routine.
I can't live without: Family. We were thrilled to spend an entire uninterrupted week together, and being separated from extended family over the holidays made us that much more appreciative.
I miss: I really missed my salt pig of fleur de sel. I should have packed some for the road!
I am looking forward to: Friday, when I will get to hang out with Roscoe and Andy all day and play with our Christmas bounty.
Best moment this week: Watching Roscoe's excited little face light up with each gift he unwrapped. And then to hear him exclaim in a high pitched voice, "tink-ew!" It was too sweet.
Milestones: Roscoe put a plastic little toy man under his t-shirt and called it a baby :) I didn't expect Roscoe to be very aware of the baby or of his impending big brotherhood, but he understands a lot more than we think.
Movement: After our first two days at Disney World I realized that I hadn't felt the baby move at all, and got a little worried, but I must have just been too busy to notice because the little guy soon picked up his acrobatics and hasn't taken a break since. I can pretty reliably now feel his little rump under my ribs, too.
Gender: Boy!

Exercise: Our resort had an on site gym and I welcomed the convenience. I lifted weights twice, and took the elliptical for a good spin. I also spent 5 straight afternoons roaming around the Disney Parks so I hope I burned some calories in the process.

Diet: We ate most dinners at home and packed lunches for our park days, but I will not lie and say that I had a balanced and nutritious diet while away. I ate A LOT of chocolate covered treats, in the shape of mickey mouse.

Goals for the upcoming week: My workout gear arrived and I can't wait to test it out. Three times at the gym is my goal.

Belly Shot: I'll try to post a picture soon.

Labor Signs: None

2 comments :

  1. Oh my! That's so amazing that he pretended to have a baby in his belly! I always wonder just how much they "get" the whole Mommy's pregnant thing. It's kind of a crazy concept for ME to wrap my head around, I can't imagine what a 1 year old must think. It sounds like he will be a great big brother.
    I saw your comment about weight gain on my post...I notice the same thing. I won't gain or I'll even lose a pound one week, but then I'll have a whopping gain the following week. I do recall not gaining anything the last few weeks I was pregnant with Lilah, so that gives me hope that my weight will remain within a decent range. It sounds like you are doing great though. Are you hoping to stay around or under a certain number?

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  2. Wow I can't believe you are almost 3rd tri! You must be getting really excited!

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