First, 14 weeks in it's glory:
Tunic, scarf and cardigan: TJ Max
Leggings: Just One
Boots: Franco Sarto at Macy's
And now for some facts you don't care about but that I am sharing anyways, I feel sure I will look back for pregnancy reference:
+I'm still in super-denial about maternity pants and do not want to wear/look at them for at least another 10 weeks, which means... leggings! All the time! Literally, all the time. It must be the collective 20+ months I've spent in in maternities over the last 6 years that has soured me on them, because I was not this anti with the other 3, but I will not have them right now. Thank goodness
+ As of a couple of days ago I started to feel a little less like a ball of nausea and pukiness, but up until that day I was sure I was going to feel sick forever. I kept thinking that with the first 3 pregnancies I felt all better by 12 weeks but that is so very wrong. I know so many other, much less wimpy women than me feel sick for much, much longer and deal with it much, much better than me, but I am a wimp and was starting to feel like I might just die if things didn't start to change just a little. And they have, so I guess I'll live.
+ I feel sure that this babe is a boy (and for the sake of a decrease in overly emotional behavior in this house I am praying for it) mostly because of the change in things I want to eat. With the 3 lady babies I pretty much only wanted nasty, fried, fast food all the time but I cannot even think about a drive through without gagging, so- BOY.
+ I actually made a meal the other night with asparagus on the side just so that I could eat most of it (since the rest of the fam hates asparagus) because I was craving asparagus. That is completely unheard for me during any pregnancy and it served to prove my boy theory.
+ If only my change in cravings helped with the insane weight gain that always happens in all my first trimesters, but alas it has not and my weight obsessed doctor is not letting me forget. Luckily my skin (and my waist) is a bit thicker this time and I know it will all be okay.
+ Early pregnancy in the winter is rough, especially this winter and while my physical activity status is at about ZERO, I do so look forward to the chance to walk (or maybe even jog slowly!) when it is finally not arctic outside.
Ok, I am really only 14 weeks so I will spare you anymore for tonight and let you sit on the edge of your seats until the next one, because there will be more (cue maniacal laugh).
For other, way more interesting blogging head over to Jen's 7 posts in 7 days link list. I am thoroughly enjoying my full feedly reader this week.