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Welcome! My name is Mrs.G and I started this blog so people could share in my mis-adventures in wedding planning. I married my southern gentleman on September 6th, 2009. Throughout our courtship I became enamored with everything southern and desperately want to become a steel magnolia.
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Saturday, November 24, 2012

4 Weeks

Written 10/26/2012

I choose this shirt because it is flowy and will probably last my entire pregnancy 

How far along? 4 weeks
The baby is as big as: a poppy seed

Maternity clothes? No, but because the bloat is of epic proportions, yoga pants are my new best friend.

Stretch marks? none that weren't there before.
How I am feeling: Pretty good thus far, the only real symptoms I am having are that I am more tired than usual and I am peeing constantly. I find myself waking up more, but not necessarily to go to the bathroom, although morning pee time seems to be getting earlier. Hello 4:45 am. 
Best moment this week?: finding out my eggo is preggo!
Movement?: does gas count? 
Food cravings?: I can actually say pasta, when I made my meal list for the next two weeks I realized I had 8 pasta dishes listed and was told by my husband to "pump the breaks"
Gender?: Don't know yet, but husband and I have decided to find out. 
Labor Signs?: Nope
Belly Button in or out?:innie 
What I miss: nothing yet, although I did realize today that my beloved diet coke and I had to break up this morning. 
What I am looking forward to: my Dr. appointment on November 20th 
Weekly Wisdom: I used to say that I didn't think God played a role in getting pregnant, you just hear some horrible things that happen to babies at the hands of their parents, and I couldn't wrap my head around a God that would bless them with a child and not me.  I think that was my own hurt and bitterness talking, but now... I get it, He has a plan! 
Milestones: Finding out I am going to be a mama! 

What Baby G is up to this week: 
 At 4 weeks
  • The ball of cells is splitting into the embryo (your future child) and placenta
  • Baby's neural tube, the building block of his spine, brain and backbone, is already formed.
  • The amniotic sac and fluid are forming into protective cushioning for your baby.

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