Friday, 30 October 2009
Monday, 26 October 2009
i woke up, back to reality No signs of labour, no contraction nothing.
Stayed at home today. Managed to learn few patterns on making jewellery, pendant and earrings. Very satisfied.
Mum has been my supervisor in jewellery/crystal making.
That's the first day after due date.
Sunday, 25 October 2009
so i earned an hour today instead of yesterday..
have reset the clock in my whole house . Ha! Oh what kinda mum will i be ?
DIdn't go to church today, worried that my water may break in the middle of the service, disrupting the service, better not take the risk and disturb others while worshipping.
At home now, cooking curry using turkey , experimental cooking.
Well well , God knows the best timing. I just have to watch what i eat, it's piling on me, instead of the baby! =P
Saturday, 3 October 2009
another half of me want to enjoy the "freedom" while i can.
When i was 34 weeks, i had severe pain in my pelvic bone, they called
it SPD: SYMPHYSIS PUBIS
Turning my body when i sleep is almost impossible and the very thing i
dread is visitng the toilet in the middle of the night. The pain is
just excruciating. I am not even in labour.
Doctor referred me to physio. Guess what? No appointment, all fully
booked. So the physiotherapist gave me a tubigrip, like a elastic
bandage to be put around my hip area to help reduce the weight on my
pelvic bone. I had it on the next day, and i ended up with some
bruises in my belly, guess it was too tight.
Some sister in my church was kind enough to give me a maternity belt
and it's much better than tubigrip.
I rested more and stayed at home most of the time, designing earings,
and learningi how to make them and learning how to cook and bake. So i
have been very hardworking. Mum says if i am lazy, my babe is likely
to be a lazy bumm.
now that i am almost 37 weeks, the pain is better during the day but
still bad during the night. I tried to drink less water, somehow visit
to the loo is still a must. *sigh*.
well been praying that labour will go accordingly, and baby will come
at God's perfect timing.
Meanwhile, my house is looking good, full of life, all prepared for
the small person.
P/S: Albert and I still haven't figured out how to take the baby car
seat out from the Isofix. :P