19 weeks pregnant with our boys!

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Well, oops I am 19 weeks today and I slacked getting my 18 week shot, so here were my 18 week shots with my other two pregnancies... (Jack Henry and Hadley on the left, Walker on the right)
This week has been good. I am still taking 2 diclegis (anti Nausea) at night and my appetite/stomach in the general is still not right/upset but it is way more manageable than it was in the beginning and I know double the hormones can make it that much harder on my body, so thats okay! We were so thankful to have a very healthy anatomy scan with the doctor this week and confirmed 2 boys and most importantly found out they look just perfect. Thank you Lord for healthy babies!!! I also felt them move at 18 weeks (the sweetest little taps) not happening all the time, but every so often I will feel a little something!
I was taking OTC heartburn meds that weren't cutting it, so I am now on pantoprazole and it is making such a difference! Very thankful! Super burning chest at night on top of the nausea was no fun. Still having pretty bad sciatica as I have with all my pregnancies, but working on that too! This week we just praise that they are looking so healthy. We are having a hard time with names.... coming up with ones that we both love but I am hoping we nail some down soon. 
Here I am at 19 weeks with these precious boys...




Maternity Clothes? Yes, and am trying to get use of all my normal cloths I can fit in while I can too.

Sleep? Sleeping good.

Movement? I am feeling movement! No hard kicks yet but tiny taps that started mid week 18.

Cravings? Still not loving food.

Gender? Boys :)

Belly Button In or Out? Flat/out

What I miss: Nothing this week. Just focusing on the blessing that I get to partake in!

Symptoms: Sciatica, heartburn (controlled pretty nicely with meds) nausea 

Best moment of the week? Feeling the babies and having a healthy anatomy scan!

What I am looking forward to: Naming these boys! 

First Trimester in review for my twin boys

Sunday, September 10, 2017

This was NOT an easy first trimester! I was SO blessed to have no morning sickness with Jack Henry and Hadley and just a few queasy weeks with Walker. This pregnancy has by far been the hardest. Maybe because I am 30 now instead of 24 like I was with my first twins or maybe its just the pregnancy, but here were my symptoms that started at 6 weeks zero days.

Extreme nausea NON STOP. The no break was what was tough and I am 18 weeks writing this now, and I am still on my nausea medication (dicelgis) I tried to come off it 10 days ago and my nausea came back with a vengeance. 

Vomiting. I am so thankful this was only an every other day occurrence usually just once a day ( usually at night) No fun at all.

Exhaustion. Exhaustion like I never have known. I was SOOOOOO tired with my first twins, and very tired with Walker too but making two babies and two placentas is not an easy job. Very tried and this time I had three little sweeties to take care of which made it more challenging. My medication for my nausea is a combination of vitamin b6 and unison (sleeping pill) so this made the exhaustion even harder. I had to nap while Walker napped every single day. 

I am still having food aversions (food just doesn't sound good at all) but filling up with carbs is the only thing that will settle my stomach. Its a terrible problem to have, having to eat junk and not even enjoy it lol

I love pregnancy so so so much and I still do but this one is making this most likely my last pregnancy a little easier to come to grips with :)

Here are some growing belly shots in the first trimester...





17 weeks with our boys

Friday, September 8, 2017

Well we have prayed for years for a baby girl and God had a different plan and gave us not one, but two boys! I would be lying to say I wasn't a little bummed. Hadley has been praying for a girl every night since she was 2 so its hard to understand why God didn't give us the desire of our hearts but we know his ways are so much greater! My sweet girl's lower lip quivered and tears flowed as she learned she would be the only girl. We will have a couple days of mourning no more bows and princess stuff but we are looking at the bright side and trust His perfect plan! 
Hadley will be SO SPECIAL and truly, how could I have a more precious and perfect little girl? 
Many families only have boys and desire a girl so badly, I am so blessed to experience both!
Hadley and I will be the queens of the house :)
I can't wait for 4 beautiful daughters to marry into our family!
We get the awesome and NEEDED challenge of bringing Godly men into this world, we need more of them!
Two precious boys that we can dress alike :)
4 wonderful men that will love their momma and protect their sister.
One wedding :)
We know God has the perfect design for our family and we praise Him for his good and perfect gifts. 




17 weeks with Jack Henry and Hadley



                                  17 (not 18) weeks with Walker


Maternity Clothes? I can still wear some regular tops but definitely most comfortable in maternity cloths.  

Sleep? Starting to be a little uncomfortable at times.

Movement? I think I MIGHT have felt a few flutters, but no DEFINITE movement.  

Cravings? Nothing specific really, food is less appealing this week than it was last week. 

Gender? Boys!

Belly Button In or Out? its now "flat" about to pop out 

Weight Gain: +10 lbs so far

Symptoms: HEARTBURN and still struggling nausea

Favorite Moment: Finding out what these two sweet ones were.

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