Clementine is the size of a sweet potato. This is the time when Clementine’s vocal cords are forming, and she/he begins to practice vocalizing. Clementine will begin to cry, although without air, no sound will escape her/him.
I’m guessing 4 to 6 pounds. I’m not sure. I will know more on May 31st.
I’m still wearing my normal clothes. I had a sweet co-worker of mine let me borrow tons of maternity clothes, so I have a feeling I will be busting those out pretty soon. Also, Matt’s amazing grandparents, Oma and Opa, sent me about 7 different precious maternity tops. I’m trying to wear all my non-maternity items as long as I can before my wardrobe becomes limited. Matt and I are seriously so thankful for everyone’s love, support, and prayers.
It’s back to girl. The funny thing is the consensus for both me and Matt at work is that we are having a girl. My accounting/running bff for life Kim Kuhl is determined it is a boy. She sent us this Baylor onesie this week. Let’s just say I’m OBSESSED. We will have the big sonogram in two weeks.
Movement has happened. It was super exciting. I was lying in bed last night and felt this really strange flutter bubble sensation in my belly. I immediately told Matt. He then tried to feel (which of course he can’t), but it was really exciting. I felt Clementine move three or four times while lying there. It was the oddest sensation.
: It’s good. Matt surprised me with a Snoogle on one of the worst days of my life *Monday*. (I had car trouble with no cell phone----disastrous). Let’s just say his thoughtful gift added light to my day and has bettered my sleep.
Besides margaritas, I really can’t think of anything.
All Fruit, Italian dressing with salad, turkey/mustard/cheese sandwiches, and sweets. Blue bell has a new flavor, Krazy Kookie Dough. Matt and I demolished a little pint last night. It was Vanilla ice cream with sugar cookie dough- delicious.
Symptoms: I still have back pain. I am getting Charlie horses at night along with round ligament pain. I am thankful for all of these symptoms knowing that Clementine is growing healthy and strong.
Best Moment This Week: I think it would be feeling Clementine move in my belly. I don’t think I’ll ever forget that moment. He/she moved at the perfect time.