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"Making way for baby" - Yay!
Can't wait to see the built-ins!
That's so interesting about your "blueberry" and the uterus being five times as large. It's clearly not expanding because baby needs the room yet so it must just be making way in your inner environment, like you are (and will continue to do) in your outer environment! I know baby will appreciate the built-ins and imagine some of his/her stuff might in part of them. :)

So many EXCITING THINGS are happening in your world, Sarah! I'm so happy for you!!!

Before the deluge of (mostly unsolicited) advice comes your way, I'll throw my 2 cents in. First cent: Try not to spend too much time on pregnancy message boards/online communities. I did, and on more than one occasion, I was pretty sure that my Bean was belly up like a guppy in my womb. Second cent: This is YOUR pregnancy. There are no two alike. You don't HAVE to do anything that you don't want to do.

Enjoy the ride - it goes by WAY TOO QUICKLY!!!!

(Tell me when your tummy's ready for mac & cheese!!)

a little blueberry...a perfect little blueberry...how awesome is THAT???
you'll get plenty of advice and G_d knows i'm locked and loaded in that department but...there is time...and you need to settle in and get the nest finished...buy a rocker....sit in it a while before you buy it...make sure the arms are wide but not low...there are lots of new-fangled chairs...but i chose a wooden one with rattan bottom and back...it's on my patio now and i still sit in it...rock on...
heartburn's a bitch isn't it? remind The Precious of that one day...

so excited for you!

(uterus five times the size in two months? My goodness, I had no idea! I'm learning a lot here too)

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