I've saw this on a blog I am following and thought I would do the same each week with a follow up picture of the baby bump; however, at the moment no pictures since I don't think my belly is considered a bump yet. Just some major bloating full of spicy food.
How far along? 10 weeks to the day
Total weight gain/loss: Lost 3lbs.
Maternity clothes? I do own one pair of fat jeans... aka maternity jeans. They are so comfy, and work perfectly on those extra bloated days. I have three pairs of jeans I can still wear, usually with a pony tail holder looped around the button.
Stretch marks? No
Sleep: Lack of. Very tired, but sleep is not in my schedule at the moment. Usually get around 5-6 hours off and on throughout the night. I am a full-on belly sleeper, so this has been a difficult change for my body to get used to a new sleeping position. When Mike and I found out we were expecting, I had two dreams within the next two weeks where I miscarried. One was so surreal that it scared me to death. I literally woke up crying and clinching my stomach. Didn't realize it was a dream until I woke completely up. Hope that never happens again.
Best moment this week: Saw the baby moving around on the ultrasound.
Miss Anything? Sleep!
Movement: From the ultrasound we clearly have movement. As for me, no movement unless necessary. :)
Food cravings: Not a fan of sweets, I will eat them but not crazy for them. Love spicy food right now, especially mexican.
Anything making you queasy or sick: Dog food. Last week someone left the door open to the office causing the aroma of dog food to seep in. First time I felt like throwing up during pregnancy.
Have you started to show yet: Not that I am aware of. Some days I think I am, but I think it is just bloating as the next day my belly isn't as big.
Gender: As of right now, I feel the baby is a boy.
Labor Signs: No
Belly Button in or out? In
Wedding rings on or off? On
Happy or Moody most of the time: Not going to lie, I've been a little moody lately. :)
Looking forward to: The next ultrasound to make sure the baby is okay. Had a slight scare from my last ultrasound, but thankfully it's not something I should be too concerned with.