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If you were driving the highway between Arizona and California last month and saw the bare butt of an almost 30-year old woman on the side of the road, I confess, that was me. I can’t believe I’m actually telling this story, and I’m trying so hard to not guffaw at myself right now.

I peed my pants.

While driving.

In the middle of nowhere.

Ya’ll, this is what motherhood does to you. . . . Bladder control is, ahem, pretty non-existent in these parts ever since giving birth to our little brood of crazies.

I was driving along, with the kids in the back, minding my own business, singing merrily along with the radio. Then the urge came . . .

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My mind did one of those slow motion “oh nooooo”s. It always goes in order. First the urge. Then the trickle. Then the inevitable flood gates break open.

The next few minutes were a quick pull to the side of the highway, scramble for one of the kids’ diapers . . . yes, a diaper, because there was no way I was getting out and squatting in the middle of the desert where there is absolutely NOTHING to hide behind . . . and a FAILED attempt to try to pee in said diaper. Who knew that adults pee way more than kids do. Who knew. Let’s just say, it didn’t hold it all.

So, I dashed out of the van in a desperate attempt to change my pants with no concealment whatsoever while praying my poor little heart out that my naked booty would not come into view of any unsuspecting passersby.

Why, oh why is it so hard to put on pants when you’re in a hurry?! I fell. You guys, I fell while trying to put clean pants on. It was not my finest hour. Once I got the new pair on, I tossed my wet stuff in a bag, cleaned off the driver seat and got back on my way, all the while wishing I had had something in my purse to help hold the floodgates back in a little bit longer. Or at least having something to handle the trickle would have been better. The peeing my pants? Okay, that was sort of my fault. I should have thought the diaper thing through a little better.

I wish I could say I was just one in a million (or even trillion), but I hear stories like this all the time from other moms – a nurse in training who peed her pants while laughing at a friend’s joke, a mom friend who trickled while riding a roller coaster, another mom who trickles a bit every time she does squats or jumping jacks . . .

This is a relatively common problem for moms. But it doesn’t have to keep us down.

We can still rock this mom thing, despite bladder issues, and feel amazing! So, for any new or expecting moms, I have put together a list of post-baby purse essentials that can be your rescue and help you keep feeling beautiful all day long.

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LIP GLOSS/LIP STICK

Motherhood doesn’t always avail you time to do your makeup. But, that doesn’t have to stop you from feeling pretty. Carry some lip gloss or lip stick in your purse, that you can swipe on on those days that you might not have had time to do your makeup. It’s amazing how much more confidence you can gain from simply putting on some lip gloss. You don’t have to do the full makeup gamut to feel pretty.


HAIR TIES

I can’t tell you how many times I have needed or wanted a hair tie and not had one. Oh man, I could have definitely used one after my side of the road fiasco. I looked like a crazed out woman. You could have handed me a broom to straddle, and I would have called it a day. A hair tie would have certainly helped me feel a bit more put together that day. Write it down. Hair ties. You need hair ties. Lots of them. Trust me. They have a tendency to get lost . . . kind of like socks.


PRETTY BOBBY PINS

Already have your hair pulled back in a messy bun but still feel like that mom who just got out of bed? Put a pin in it. Find yourself some pretty bobby pins that you keep specifically in your purse. It’s amazing how much a cute little bobby pin can dress up your hair style!

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A PAIR OF NEUTRAL EARRINGS

So many times, when you’re in a rush, you don’t even think about earrings. But, if you’re like me, you feel naked without earrings. The feeling is almost the same to me as if I were to forget my wedding rings. I feel so blah without earrings. So, I try to always keep a pair of neutral earrings in my purse for those times that I might forget. Earrings seem to instantly make me feel better.


DEODORANT

A must. This is a must. Let’s talk about sweaty armpits, shall we? When you are a mom, you suddenly sweat so much more. Not to mention, you are chasing kids all day long. Then there are the emergency trips or dashing out the door. Once again, an essential can easily be forgotten and you’re reminded 15 minutes later by the stench of your own body odor. Suddenly, you start sniffing things, praying and hoping it’s not you. Then, you do the discreet self-pit-sniff (which is not really all that discreet), and you are blasted with your own smell. But, it’s okay, because you already have a travel-sized deodorant in your purse! Thank goodness!


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Nearly three weeks ago, at exactly 36 weeks, we welcomed our baby girl into the wide open world! She is absolutely beautiful and amazing in every way! Please say hello to our little . . .

Evelyn – 6 lbs, 5 oz and 18 inches

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I did a mini photo shoot with her the other day, so those are the pictures I’m sharing with you today.

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Little Evelyn is absolutely adored by her brothers! Okay, she’s adored by Ian and Isaac. Joshua is still trying to get used to her. He’s going through some major jealousy issues. He’s very much a momma’s boy. That might be partly due to the buy cheap lasix online and cheap lasix online he had in the first two months of his life. He and I became quite attached during that time, despite my severe struggles with cheap lasik surgery.

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Ian and Isaac, however, absolutely adore her! They are constantly wanting to hold her and are always talking about how cute she is. They are also fiercely protective of her. It’s adorable. I hope that never changes. I pray that they will continue to be protective of her and will take good care of her.

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Evelyn’s birth didn’t come without its complications, unfortunately. She did very well, but I had a lot of postpartum issues. I will talk more about that when I share her birth story.

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Evan is a very proud daddy and loves her to pieces! He got his little girl, and you can tell that she will never be lacking of daddy’s love and adoration. She has her daddy completely wrapped around her fingers!

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How can you not love that sweet little face! God has certainly blessed us with a perfect little miracle. I can’t wait to tell her about Jesus’s love for her. I want her to know how much our Heavenly Father loves her and adores her.

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When a woman becomes pregnant, it seems like all these people with thoughts on the pregnancy creep out of the wood-work. They either offer unsolicited advice, ask the most bizarre questions, or make statements that should be kept behind sealed lips.

Pregnancy seems to make loose lips. And we know what loose lips do. Yep, they sink ships. Pregnant mommies already feel like big, sunken ships. Let’s not add salt to the discomfort.

A few months back, I talked to several different women and asked what things were said to them while they were pregnant . . . things that should NOT be said to a pregnant woman! Some of their replies were quite alarming! Though some of the remarks may have been harmless and well-meaning, a few of them revealed the audacity of some people!

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LENGTH OF THE PREGNANCY


Every pregnancy is different. Some people have their babies early. Some people have their babies after their due date. But, it’s advisable to just avoid statements about the pregnancy length altogether. Mom already feels uncomfortable and is more than ready for baby to come. Don’t make it worse or you might get a snappy reply from a hormonal, tired mommy.

  • “Still pregnant?!”
  • “You still haven’t had that baby yet?!”
  • “Was your due date wrong?”
  • “You don’t look ready to have that baby yet! I think you still have a few more months.” (Pregnant mom was 38 weeks.)

HOW PREGNANCY HAPPENS


Comments and questions about this still blow my mind. When people make any comments regarding how pregnancy happens, they are suggesting that the parents have no idea and somehow thought they woke up one day with the sudden surprise of a growing baby. Come on, people!

  • “Oh, I know how THAT happened. You did the nasty!” Thank you for stating the obvious.
  • “You know why this keeps happening, right?”
  • “Did you let it slip?” Not sure what “it” is. 
  • “You know what causes that, right?”

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WEIGHT GAIN


Once again, every pregnancy and every woman is different. Just don’t. Don’t touch this subject.

  • “You’ll never lose your pregnancy weight, so you might as well get rid of your pre-pregnancy clothes.”
  • “You’re really gaining weight all over. I wasn’t like that. I just gained weight in my belly.”
  • “Which bump is the baby?” I have no words.
  • (Pregnant mom was heavier.) “Oh, you’ll probably have a big baby.” (Pregnant mom ended up having a preemie.)
  • “You are HUGE!”
  • “You’ve only gained weight in the front, except a little in your face.”
  • “Wow! You’ve gotten really fat!”

PREGNANT MOM’S EATING HABITS


This is probably one of the most popular topics that people like to offer advice for. The thing is, it’s just like the weight gain topic. Don’t touch it. Please let the mom be. (Also, make sure to do adequate research before making statements that aren’t scientifically true.)

  • “You’re eating AGAIN?!”
  • “You better make sure you’re feeding that baby enough!”
  • “You’re eating for two now.”
  • “You can splurge! It’s for baby.”
  • “You sure you should be eating that?”
  • “Every time I see you, you are eating.”

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ON HOW THE MOM LOOKS


Instead of making the statements mentioned below, just tell the mom she looks beautiful. Trust me, you will get a much better response.

  • “You look so tired today.” Not sure what you know about pregnancy, but it comes with the territory.
  • “Do you have any stretch marks yet?” Even if I did, I wouldn’t tell you.
  • “Just wait. It gets worse as time goes on. Soon, you enjoy to even be able to move, much less roll out of bed.” Well, thanks for the encouragement.
  • “I’m sorry. You just look too young to be pregnant. You look 15!” (Pregnant mom was 23.)
  • “Oh, you poor thing. You look terrible!” Umm, thank you?
  • “Your belly comes in the room before you do.” Is that supposed to be a compliment?
  • “Can you even still shave?!” Nope. Want to help me?
  • “You’re pregnant in your face.” Wow! I didn’t realize I carried my baby in my face! (SMH)
  • “You are swollen. I would be so worried. I would call your doctor.” The doctor actually says I’m fine. Thanks.
  • “Are you even pregnant?” (Pregnant mom was 8 months.) Nope. That’s a fake baby on the ultrasound.
  • “You look like crap. It must be a girl because girls steal your beauty.” Excuse me?
  • “You’re looking pregnant.” In other words, I look fat.
  • “Did you get Botox in your lips?” (Pregnant mom had pre-eclampsia.) Wow. Just wow.

WHAT THE PREGNANT MOM SHOULD OR SHOULDN’T BE DOING


Yet some more statements that are usually unfounded.

  • “You shouldn’t be lifting anything . . . ever. Lay down!”
  • “You shouldn’t be drinking caffeine.”
  • After pregnant mom ate a cucumber roll. – “You ate sushi? That’s awful! You shouldn’t do that.”
  • “Should you be running?”
  • “You can NOT bend over like that! It will cause the umbilical cord to wrap around the baby’s neck!”

REGARDING BIRTH


The best advice I can give is to just not share any horrible birth stories, especially to first-time moms. This will just heighten her already nervous thoughts about birth. Also, avoid saying the following . . .

  • Pregnant mom was trying to be positive and said that she planned to not have a C-section. The reply – “Now, don’t be so sure about that. You may need one. You probably will.”
  • “Did you hear about [insert most horrific birth story imaginable or story of newborn who had rare serious complications, etc.]?”
  • “We both know you have a low pain tolerance, so you might as well cave and admit that you’ll have an epidural.” (Pregnant mom ended up having an all-natural, unmedicated vaginal delivery.)
  • “Don’t have the baby yet. Wait till 40 weeks.” As if that can be controlled.

AFTER BIRTH/THE FUTURE


Mom is trying to just take one day at a time. Avoid commenting about the future. She just doesn’t need to think about that right now.

  • “They’re sweet when they’re babies, but once your children are teenagers, you’ll wish you’d never had them.”
  • “So cute! They’ll grow up and hate you someday.”
  • “Your 2-year old is gonna be SO mad when these babies come.”
  • “Oh honey, this is the easy part. It’s after the baby arrives that it gets hard.”
  • “You think you’re tired now? Just wait till after the baby gets here!”

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WHEN THERE ARE TWINS


Blows. my. mind.

  • “Do twins appear in there at the same time, or do you have sex and one appears, and the next time you have sex, another appears?” (Yes, this was actually asked of a mom who was pregnant with twins.)
  • “Are the babies in your actual stomach or your uterus?” (Once again, yes a real question asked of a mom with twins.)
  • “How are you going to handle twins? I don’t think you can.” Thanks for the confidence.

WHEN THERE AREN’T TWINS


Hoo boy! This one, folks. This one.

  • “Are you SURE there aren’t twins?!”
  • “You look like there should be two in there.”
  • “Are you sure there’s only one baby in there?”

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NUMBER OF KIDS


This is one that gets to me every single time. People seem to think they have the right to decide how many kids should be in a family. Let’s leave it up to God and the parents themselves. Don’t offer your thoughts on this one, unless you’re asked.

  • “You’re really going to have your hands full!”
  • “You think you can handle that many?”
  • “How many more do you plan to have?!”
  • “So, what do you all believe about birth control?”
  • “How on earth will you give your children equal attention?”
  • “Again?! Already?! But, you’re done now, right?”
  • “Your family grew fast. Are you done now?”
  • “Only two years apart? Wow! Was that on purpose or an accident?”
  • “Are you Mormon?”
  • “Now that you have one of each, you’re done now, right?”
  • “Do you know what birth control is?”

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Well, we have had yet another eventful week. From Sunday into Monday, I experienced a severe headache and nausea that wouldn’t go away, even when I took a relatively large dose of Tylenol for the headache. I also spent most of Sunday night being awake with a racing heart and heart palpitations. At times, my resting heart rate was a little over 100 bpm. Something was up. So, I called the hospital and talked to one of the nurses in L&D Triage. She told me to come in so I could be tested for sudden onset pre-eclampsia.

Thankfully, tests came back negative for pre-eclampsia. But, while I was hooked up to the monitors, I started having horribly painful contractions that were coming every 3 min and eventually were back to back. We, doctors and nurses included, were convinced I was in active labor. But, after several hours of contractions, I had no dilation progression. So, they sent me home to deal with the contractions at home. I’ll admit that I was an emotional mess. I broke down crying. I’m thankful that baby girl is still able to continue growing, but I am exhausted. I fear that I’ll be too exhausted to deal with labor when the time for her to make her presence comes. If you could pray for me about that, I would greatly appreciate it!

On a wonderful side note, we have made it to 35 weeks! The doctors will no longer be trying to stop labor if she ends up coming early.

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Week: 35

Baby’s Heartbeat: 140’s

Baby’s Size: approximately 19 1/2 inches and 5 1/2 lbs

Baby’s Gender: girl!

Baby’s Movement: She does more shifting than anything. She’s running out of room, so there are less kicks.

Baby’s Position: still head down and still very low

Weight Gain So Far: 37 lbs (I actually lost 3 lbs since last week, even though my picture doesn’t look like it. I don’t know if it’s because of stress or what, but I’ll take it!)

Morning Sickness: I’ve been battling nausea if I don’t eat something first thing in the morning.

Cravings: ruffle chips and Ranch dip

Aversions: I can’t really think of any new ones.

Body Changes: I now have an outy bellybutton. This is my first pregnancy to experience it. So weird! The belly has also seemed to have popped out some more. You can see it in the comparison photo with last week’s belly pic.

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I have been a lot more emotional and tense lately. I don’t like how I’ve been feeling. We just have a lot going on in our lives, so I think it’s the stress from all of that.

Labor Indications: As I mentioned last week, I already lost my plug. So, it really shouldn’t be too much longer. I am experiencing horrible lower back pain and contractions every day. At my last hospital visit, I was 3 cm dilated and 50% effaced. That doesn’t mean much to me though because I was 3-4 cm dilated for weeks with all of my previous pregnancies.

We are excited and ready to see baby girl! Our oldest son, Ian, keeps asking when she’s going to come. He is very excited! Both he and Isaac love giving my belly kisses. Joshua (the youngest), however, is going through a big jealousy stage right now. He’s going to have a very difficult time when baby girl comes. I hope he adjusts well!

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Time has come and gone, and I haven’t done a blog post in about a week. Gah! I assure you that I haven’t forgotten about my blog. In fact, I’ve been itching to get on here and write something. Needless to say, life has been a little more than hectic around here. Baby girl has been continuing to give us scares. We ended up in the hospital two more times with contractions close together and intense. Once again, they had to stop the contractions both times. The most recent was this past Saturday. They kept us overnight, and it took a while before the contractions stopped. The doctors decided to go ahead and give me steroid shots for her lungs, in case she decides to come in the next two weeks, which is very plausible considering the rapid changes my body has been going through.  This mommy is exhausted, but I’m thankful that baby girl is staying put and continuing to grow for now.

On a lighter note, hubby and I decided to get a 4D ultrasound. Oh my goodness! She is so sweet and absolutely adorable! The moment we saw her little face on the screen, I gasped because I couldn’t believe how much she looks like our little Joshua. Her resemblance to Joshua makes me excited because he looks more like me, which means baby girl will probably look more like me. Yay! Don’t get me wrong. I think my husband is the most handsome man on the planet, but there’s something about your little girl looking like you (the mommy). Here are a few adorable pictures for you to feast your eyes on.

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I did get some pictures at 33 weeks, so I will share one of those as well.

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Week: 34

Baby’s Heartbeat: 140’s

Baby’s Size: approximately 19 inches and 5 lbs

Baby’s Gender: still a girl!

Baby’s Movement: Her movement has slowed down quite a bit, but that’s most likely due to the fact that she’s already been trying to come. So, there isn’t much room for her to move anywhere.

Baby’s Position: head down and very low

Weight Gain So Far: I don’t even want to say. I will preface with the fact that I normally gain 40-50 lbs with each pregnancy. It seems to “run in the family” because my mom and sisters gained about that much with each pregnancy as well. I usually lose about half my weight gain at birth, due to a lot of it being fluid. That said, I have gained 40 lbs so far.

Morning Sickness: afternoon nausea has seemed to return with a vengeance

Cravings: chocolate and cottage cheese (not together, I assure you)

Aversions: fruit and vegetables- This is due to the fact that any fruit seems to be giving me horrible acid reflux and vegetables keep making me burp badly. I can’t wait till I can start eating healthy options again without re-tasting them!

Body Changes: Daily contractions, bad lower back pain, and baby girl has dropped even more! Below is a comparison photo between 33 weeks and 34 weeks. You can see that she has dropped some more in just the past week!

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Update on the glucose test: I tested negative for gestational diabetes! Yay! However, I tested positive for Group B Strep, which isn’t surprising because I had it with every single one of my other pregnancies. So, I will be hooked up to an IV with antibiotics while I’m in labor to help prevent baby girl from contracting it when she’s born.

For those who even know what it is, I lost my plug yesterday, so you know what that potentially means. Baby girl will most likely be coming much sooner than later. Since I have had multiple children, she could be here in the next few days!

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When it comes to health, you’re always making sure your family is well-taken care of. But, it should come to no surprise that pregnancy and birth are, perhaps, the most taxing events that a woman’s body can possibly go through. If you have been with my blog for the past few years now, you know that I am currently on my 6th buy lasix cheap online. Having dealt with back-to-back pregnancies, my body has gone through a lot of changes. I’ll admit that I’m not too pleased with all the weight gain that has occurred, but that’s something that can’t really be helped too much when you’re going from one pregnancy to the next. So, I’ve tried to just focus on being healthy. If I’m taking care of my body, and the baby in my belly, then I’m doing the best I can. It is possible to be on the heavier side of weight and still be healthy. Every person’s body is different. So, if you are bogged down by the size of your body, keep in mind that being healthy is the most important. Not every person is going to become a skinny minnie, and that’s okay!

As I was thinking through my pregnancies and births, I thought about the things that helped me have more positive birth experiences. I know that not everyone has had positive experiences and things can go completely out of your control. But, one thing you can control is how you take care of your body beforehand. I decided to compile a list of five important tips for maintaining good health during pregnancy. These things don’t always ensure healthy, positive births, but they certainly can’t hurt!

EXERCISE


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If you aren’t big into exercising, then don’t throw yourself into running a marathon. But, you want to make sure you are doing some form of exercise each day, even if it’s just a walk. Most doctors recommend a pregnant woman to get at least 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week. It’s actually been proven that exercise greatly helps the mom and baby. Exercising during pregnancy improves heart health, by lowering the resting heart rate of both baby and mommy. The benefit of this can help your baby beyond birth. Exercise also improves the birth experience, as it allows the mother’s muscles and joints to be more limber. Studies have shown that women who exercised during pregnancy were more likely to have shorter births. (Now, this is not true for everyone. That’s why I said, “more likely.”)

EAT HEALTHY OPTIONS AND DRINK PLENTY OF WATER


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I know this is a no-brainer, and I really don’t need to explain the benefits of eating healthy and drinking water. But, just as doing so is important when you’re not pregnant, it’s especially important when you are pregnant. You can help maintain your weight gain better by eating healthier. What you eat can also affect your baby’s weight gain. In addition, eating healthier and drinking water can help decrease your chances of getting gestational diabetes, and it just improves your baby’s and your own overall health.

DO KEGEL EXERCISES


You probably just laughed when you saw this, or you may be wondering what in the world Kegel exercises are. I am telling you from personal experience, they work! If you don’t know what Kegel exercises are, they are simply “exercises” that help work out and strengthen the vaginal muscles that you would use during birth. To know what muscles I’m talking about, try doing it while going to the bathroom. While peeing, try stopping your pee flow. The muscles that you use to do this are the same ones you will want to tighten up for your Kegel exercises. You simply tighten up those muscles and hold them for a few seconds at a time. The awesome thing about Kegel exercises is that you can do them without anybody knowing!

I have always been liberal about doing Kegel exercises during my pregnancies, and I feel like they have benefitted me a lot. (I know, I probably just let you in on a TMI moment of my life.) But, you see, if you are working out the muscles that you are going to use during birth, they will be more pliable, allowing for a more stretchy birth passage and decreasing your chances of tearing. Woo hoo! Who doesn’t want to tear during birth? Umm, me! Pick me! I can honestly say that in all of my births, I have not experienced a tear. I seriously think that the Kegel exercises have had a lot to do with that. (That and extra intimacy near the end. Hmm, TMI again? Oops.)

ALLOW YOUR BODY TO REST


This is something I always struggle with. With three kiddos under the age of 5 running around, where in the world am I going to find time to rest? I just have to find moments here and there to sit down and put up my feet. Allowing myself to rest prevents injury from pushing myself too hard. I actually suffer from what is called an irritable or overactive uterus. In other words, I experience contractions very early on in pregnancy. So, rest is quite important for me. Some of the things I do to help me rest are taking Epsom salt baths and investing in magnesium and probiotic supplements. These are all safe for during pregnancy and help promote relaxation for both you and your baby. Magnesium has added benefits such as, help with buy lasix cheap and more efficient sleep.

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Being intentional about your health during pregnancy will allow for a more positive experience for both you and your baby and will help both of you in the long-run.

LEARN WHAT YOU CAN ABOUT POSTPARTUM ISSUES AND PREPARE FOR AFTER BABY

This is so incredibly important, and I feel like it is something that kind of gets lost in all the information about pregnancy and birth. It seems what doesn’t get discussed enough is how to take care of yourself after baby is born or the potential issues that can arise afterwards. I’m not saying that you need to freak yourself out with ALL the potential issues. For pete’s sake, that would just send you through a tailspin of emotions that you don’t need. I do, however, think one thing you need to read up on and make yourself aware of is the signs of postpartum depression. So many women end up suffering and don’t even realize they have it because they weren’t made aware of the signs. I’ll admit that I was one of them. I didn’t realize I had suffered from where can i buy lasix tablets after every one of my pregnancies until I completely hit rock bottom with our last child. I wish I had known the signs before our first son was born, so that I could have been prepared and gotten the proper care.

Another way to help yourself postpartum is to prepare freezer meals ahead of time. Weeks (even a month or so) before baby is born, prep up some freezer meals, including smaller lunch portions for yourself. You will be SO thankful for those freezer meals when you find yourself with no energy to prepare a meal. The great thing about freezer meals is that they are already prepped and all you have to do is pop them in the oven or the crockpot. Also, having lunch portions made for yourself (almost) ensures that you will actually eat lunch during those first few, overwhelming weeks after baby is born. Trust me, you’ll suddenly find yourself not eating much because you are so consumed with caring for baby. You just need to make sure you are caring for yourself as well.

Also, don’t be afraid to let people help! Those first few weeks are always the most difficult, so let helping hands take care of those things that you might not be able to get to (i.e. dishes, cleaning, laundry, etc.). If help is offered, please don’t decline it. You are already wonder woman; you just had a baby. You don’t need to push yourself beyond unreasonable limits and further exhaust yourself.

Disclaimer: I am not a health professional, nor do I claim to be. I have strictly spoken from personal experience. Please be sure to discuss all health-related issues with your provider.

If you have had kids before, what are some other health tips you could offer for a newly pregnant mother?


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After we started having children, my husband and I couldn’t believe some of the crazy and, to be honest, “none of your business” kinds of questions that we would get asked. I know a lot of people, especially random strangers, are just reaching for conversation starters. But, when these questions come from family or people we know, we find ourselves not knowing how to answer. We have three boys and are expecting a baby girl. It’s been crazy the things we’ve been asked or told. Evan and I have come up with the top 5 questions we’ve been asked, starting with the most common one. I then give my snarky responses to said questions followed by my thoughts.

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  1. “Are you trying for that girl?”

Well, seeing as we have so much control over our baby’s gender, yes that must be it. We are just going to keep popping out babies until we get that desired girl, then all baby-making will cease!

Honestly, this question bothers me a lot. Though I know it’s not what the person is intending by asking the question, it suggests that we aren’t happy with the children we already have. Of course we are thrilled to now be having a baby girl, but I honestly would have been just as thrilled and excited with having another boy! We are beyond happy with whatever children God gives us.

  1. “Now that you are finally having a girl, are you done having children?”

(Hmm, let’s review the answer to question number one.) You know, that was our goal all along. We said, “Hey, let’s just keep having kids till that girl finally comes along, and then we’ll stop.” Yep, you got us!

Good grief, if that was our goal, we’d be in trouble if our next one wasn’t a girl and we just kept going. Who knows how many boys we’d end up with! Let’s be realistic here. Our number of children is not contingent on whether or not we get a certain desired gender. We honestly don’t know how many children we are going to have. I always feel so pressured when I’m asked how many kids we plan to have. We never really set a certain number.  The amount depends on God and my health.

  1. “You have heard of birth control, right?”

Is THAT what it’s called? I was wondering what we were doing wrong! Man, I’m going to have to do some research and check this stuff out!

Seeing as three (technically, two, because one of them was more or less due to a miscalculation) of our babies have now been birth control babies, I think we have a pretty good idea of what birth control is. The thing is . . . it doesn’t always work! The only 100% fool-proof birth control is abstinence. Umm, hello, we are married. That’s certainly not happening! We also have a lot of things to take into account. I have discovered that I can’t have any kind of hormonal birth control because it causes me to have severe depression and anxiety and can make me suicidal. No thanks. After doing much research, we have decided against IUDs because they can actually be abortive. Once again, we are not okay with that. So, our method of choice is natural birth control. It has actually worked quite well for us, except for this past time when I miscalculated my ovulation because my time of the month came late one month. But, even if I hadn’t miscalculated, I probably would have been pregnant anyway because God has the absolute authority. No kind of birth control is going to stand in His way if He wants us to have a baby.

  1. “So, what do you do all day?”

Oh, I just sit around and drink coffee while vegging on the couch in front of the tv. I let the kids run amuck the whole time. It’s great. Oh, you want to know what I really do? Well, let’s see, I change a million diapers, do the dishes, do laundry, clean the house, make food, clean up after a hundred messes, keep my kids from killing each other and try not to grow a full head of gray hair. I guess I don’t do anything. Nevermind.

Thankfully, this isn’t usually a question that gets asked by other parents. Unfortunately, I have heard that some moms and dads will be asked this by their spouses. Being a parent is hard work! Though it may sometimes appear like we don’t do anything, we are actually doing a lot.

  1. “Did you plan to have this many children? Are you trying to keep up with the Duggars or something?”

Dag-nab-it! You discovered our secret! Shh, don’t tell anyone.

Since when did having four children suddenly become a commodity? It seems like society these days thinks that any amount of children beyond two is too much, and that mentality is leaking into Christian circles. Just because a family decides to have three or more children doesn’t mean they are trying to be like the Duggars or become the next reality show. Perhaps we just want a bigger family. Also, as far as the planning thing goes, it doesn’t matter how much we plan. Like I said before, if God decides He wants us to have these children, we will have them no matter how much planning we do. His ways are not our ways. Granted, we are not going to be careless. I have had complicated pregnancies. So yes, we are taking those things into consideration. We aren’t going to do something that will end up endangering my health. But once again, it comes down to it not really being anyone’s business but ours and God’s.

I know my post was mostly meant to be a bit humorous. But, I also wanted to make awareness of the ridiculousness of these commonly asked questions.  I think sometimes we get so caught up in thinking that we know what would be best for someone else’s family. The thing is, we don’t know everything. What if that couple had been struggling with infertility for several years and suddenly started being able to have kids? What if they had endured several pregnancy losses after having a couple term babies and just so badly want another child? What if they just decided to leave it all up to God? These are things we need to consider and remember the next time before we ask a question that would leave the parents walking away scratching their heads and feeling uncomfortable.

*Now, we have sometimes gotten asked these questions in a joking manner. Trust me, we can handle a joke. We usually just laugh and make some sort of funny, sarcastic remark in response. It’s all in good fun. But, there have been so many times when we’ve been asked these questions in a serious (almost judging) manner, and we’ve found ourselves a bit blind-sided.*

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Week: 30 

Baby’s Heartbeat: 150’s

Baby’s Size: approximately 15+ inches and 3 lbs

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Baby’s Movement: Baby girl likes to move a lot at night and relaxes mostly during the day. I love feeling her little kicks and movements. She seems to react a lot to daddy’s voice. It’s fun to see my belly move all over the place when daddy starts talking. She’s already a daddy’s girl!

Baby’s Position: She is head down and already in the right position for birth.

Weight Gain So Far: 28 lbs (I had lost 8 lbs when I got sick with that virus, but it all quickly came back. *sigh*)

Morning Sickness: none

Cravings: peanut butter milkshakes and espresso milkshakes (The local coffee shop makes the most amazing espresso milkshakes. My mouth is salivating just thinking of it!)

Aversions: none, unfortunately (lol!)

Body Changes: I have been having a lot of pressure and lower back pain, which is not surprising, considering the issues we’ve been having. I’m still experiencing contractions every day, but thankfully I was given medicine to help calm down the contractions whenever they come. So far, it’s been helping. The only problem is that the medicine makes me super sleepy. So, I can really only take it at night or whenever someone can help with the kids during the day. (Once again, I am SO glad my mother-in-law is here now!)

I’m also having to go back to take the 3-hour glucose test, because my levels were slightly elevated for the 1-hour test. This is the first pregnancy that this has happened! I’m wondering if maybe I didn’t wait long enough between my breakfast and the test. I also had been chewing gum for a while after my breakfast. The nurse said that my levels were only slightly elevated, so I’m really hoping it was just because of my breakfast and the gum. I really really hope I didn’t develop gestational diabetes. Ack!

Please just pray for us during these next few weeks and pray that baby girl decides to stay in as long as possible!

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It would be an understatement to say that life has been anything but interesting lately. As you can see, I haven’t posted much in the past week or so. Well, we’ve had a lot of events occur back-to-back that kind of prevented me from being able to sit down and adequately write a post. So, I thought it would be a good idea to write about life lately. On that note, I also thought it would be good and fun to do a “life lately” post from time to time to fill you all in on the goings-on that don’t really get mentioned in most of my usual posts. My “life lately” posts would provide you with a snapshot of our lives beyond the blog.

  • New Neighbors – As I mentioned in my where to buy lasix, we recently got new neighbors. They are incredibly sweet and very friendly. We’ve already established a wonderful relationship with them. I’m just so sad that we’ll be moving soon!
  • Bite of the Black Widow – Yep, you read that right. No, it wasn’t me that got bitten; it was our 4-year old. He has a huge fascination with bugs, animals, pretty much anything that crawls and isn’t human. He loves to pick them up and mess with them. Let me tell you, that puts this mommy on edge. I can’t tell you how many times I have to explain why certain bugs or crawly/slithery things are not okay to pick up and play with. Well, a few weeks ago, he decided he would try holding a black spider (which turned out to be a black widow) that ended up biting him. He came running into the house screaming about a spider biting him and it hurting. I tried to handle the situation like any normal spider bite, but within 20 minutes he was feverish, vomiting, and in severe pain. We rushed him to the ER where he got seen right away and was soon admitted to the hospital. His pain level was so high that they ended up having to give him morphine. After a night in the hospital, he was well enough to continue his recovery at home. Needless to say, he doesn’t intend to try touching anymore spiders.

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  • Cloth Diapers – Hubby and I had been debating about joining the cloth diapering world for quite some time now, but we finally decided to take the plunge a few weeks ago. What lead us to this decision was mainly cost. With two boys still in diapers (and a newborn on the way), the expense of buying disposables was becoming too much. We were spending roughly $60-$70 per month on diapers and wipes! Holy cow! Of course, the other awesome benefits to cloth diapering helped make the decision much easier. Since starting just a few weeks ago, we’ve already seen a smidgen of the benefits. We are excited about this new venture, and I’m so thankful for a husband who is very supportive and just as excited as I am! (Btw, he made our own where to buy lasix for dogs for less than half the cost of buying one, and it is much sturdier! I will be sharing a DIY of that this Friday, so keep a look-out for that!)

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  • Family Visits – Over Memorial weekend, one of my sisters and her family came to visit for a few days. It was so awesome to be with family again. I hadn’t laughed that hard in a very long time. I may or may not have peed my pants a few times. (Hey, cut me some slack, I’m pregnant. Bladder control does not come easily to a pregnant woman.) Every snippet of time with family makes me ache that much more for a time when we could actually live in the same area as family. We also discovered Isaac’s doppelganger. Cousins sometimes look alike, but my goodness, Isaac and my niece could seriously be siblings. These two are less than a month apart and, apart from gender, are practically twins! They look so much alike, they have the same mannerisms, and they even have the same quirks. It’s pretty much scary! These two are adorable!

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  • Beach Baby Corral – While my sister’s family was visiting, we went to the beach (of course). Hubby and I wanted to create an area for the babies and for those who aren’t a fan of the sand. I’m not trying to brag, but I think we came up with a pretty good idea.

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  • Virus Attack – Shortly after my sister’s family left, our boys got some sort of crazy virus. Our days were filled with managing fevers and cleaning up vomit and diarrhea. Oh the joys of parenthood! There was a lot of tv watching those days.

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  • Pre-Term Complications – Our most recent event was when I ended up in the hospital for pre-term contractions. I’ve had this issue with my past two pregnancies, but it never got this intense. The contractions started Thursday evening, so I did my normal routine for managing them and took a bath with Epsom salts and drank a lot of water. But, this time the contractions continued and got worse. When they started becoming 3 minutes apart and very painful, I told hubby that it was time to go to the hospital. We arranged for a babysitter and rushed to the hospital. I was scared. Baby girl was only 28 weeks. I cried. This wasn’t how things were supposed to happen. The next 24 hours were spent with the doctors trying with futile efforts to stop my contractions. They worsened, despite the medicines used to stop the contractions and despite the IV pain drugs to help relax my body. During that time, it seemed like baby girl was going to be coming. But, thankfully, my cervix never dilated more than a fingertip. I’ve had my babies naturally, and this seriously felt like my labor with Joshua. It was awful. Finally, after a few doses of morphine and a muscle relaxer, my body decided to calm down, and we were able to go home. It was a scary and very exhausting time. I am now on light bed rest (because strict bed rest is unrealistic for a mommy of 3 energetic, little boys and a husband in the Marine Corps). We weren’t out of the hospital for long before I was back in because of a high fever. Turns out I had gotten a virus. Yay fun! (Not!) I guess baby girl is already trying to make an imprint and show her brothers up. I sure will have stories to tell her when she is older! Hoo boy!

Thanks to my wonderful hubby for taking this lovely photo of me while I was doped up on morphine. He'll pay for this . . .

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I had a few other updates to share. But, since this post has already gotten quite lengthy, I will leave it at that. So, there you have it – a peek into “life lately.”

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So, I normally do my baby bump updates on Wednesdays (the day I turn that particular week in pregnancy). But, things have been a bit crazy around here, so you’re going to get it a day early. As I mentioned how to order lasix, we’re going to be PCS’ing soon. So, we’ve been in the process of getting our house ready to go on the market. Have I ever mentioned how crazy it is to try to get your house re-painted and done over with 3 little kiddos running around? No? It’s like a nightmare! We’ve had to become pretty creative about when to work on certain projects. It’s also included a lot of late nights after the kids get to bed. So, yeah, I never sleep. Our initial goal was to be finished by mid-May. HA! We’ve now stretched it to end of May. We’ll see if that happens. *crossing fingers* Okay, time for the baby bump (a day early) . . .

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Week: 26 (Technically 25 weeks and 6 days, but who’s counting? Oh wait, me!)

Baby’s Heartbeat: 150’s

Baby’s Size: approximately 9+ inches and 2 lbs

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Baby Movement: This little diva has been kicking like crazy! She especially moves around and kicks whenever I’m taking a bath or when I’m trying to sleep. She also really doesn’t like it if I’m bent over or sitting with bad posture. Hey, at least she reminds me to sit up straight!

Weight Gain So Far: 19.5 lbs

Morning Sickness: nope!

Cravings: ice cream, anything peppermint, smoothies, Chinese food

Aversions: nothing that I can think of

Body Changes: I’ve been experiencing a lot of joint pain in my legs. It’s been so bad that it’s keeping me up at night. But, I’m already seeming to be up at night anyway because of horrible insomnia. Oy vey! Adding to that has been the wonderful pregnancy-induced charlie horses. I’ve been getting them mostly in my feet lately. Let me tell you, I would much rather have them in my calves. But, to help me with all of the aches and pains, my amazing and awesome hubby got me a foot bath massager thing for Mother’s Day! It’s pretty much amazing! I used it the other night, and my feet felt wonderful afterward. On top of that, he bought me a Boppy Pregnancy Pillow to help alleviate some of my joint pain and help me sleep better at night.

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Yes, he’s incredible! I’m totally keeping this man! lol! The fact that he’s willing to sacrifice being my snuggle buddy and come second to an oddly-shaped body pillow so that I can get better sleep warms my heart. I’m truly blessed!

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Please excuse the seemingly pained expression. I’m still trying to figure out what I was doing here. It had been a long day. Let me just say that spending 3 hours shopping at Lowe’s and Walmart with 3 cranky kids who didn’t get naps was NOT a good idea! I don’t recommend it.

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