Pregnancy Update – 34 Weeks

I finally feel like I am in the homestretch of this pregnancy.  I don’t know if it’s the winter-like weather we are finally having here in NJ or Christmas decorations already popping up at the mall, but I feel like December 24th is just around the corner.  At 34 weeks I definitely feel like a whale and my belly button popped.  I have the world’s deepest belly button and it was nowhere close to popping while I was pregnant with Lucas but my belly is so much bigger this time around.  Something had to give. :)

34 weeks

34 weeks at the gym

 Weekly Workouts:

TUESDAY – 1500 yard swim & 3 mile walk

WEDNESDAY –1.75 mile run & 2 mile walk

THURSDAY –Rest Day

FRIDAY –Rest Day

SATURDAY – 2 mile run & 3 mile walk

SUNDAY – 2.5 mile run in 25 minutes & 2 mile walk

MONDAY – 2 mile run & 3 mile walk

Total Running Mileage –  8.25 miles

Total Weekly Swim – 1500 yards

Total Walking Mileage –  18 miles

I took 2 rest days last week because I’m happy to report that we closed on our new house!  Since we are in a rush to move in before the baby is born, I had contractor/painter/floor guy appointments all day long on Thursday and Friday.  My daily workout had to take a backseat.

Pregnancy #1 at 34 weeks for comparison

How far along? 34 weeks + 2 days
Maternity clothes?  I am down to 3 pairs of pants and 2 shirts.  My belly is so big that the shirts are just getting too short and I don’t feel like spending anymore money on maternity clothes.
Symptoms: Braxton Hicks all the time, tired and burning hips.  Oh the end…how I loathe thee. :)
Miss Anything? Wine and sleeping
Food cravings: Nothing
Anything making you queasy or sick: Nope
Have you started to show yet: Still look like this baby is going to be born any second.  I have a doctor’s appointment tomorrow so I’ll see if my fundal height continues to be 3+ weeks ahead.  I’m betting it is! :)

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One Response to Pregnancy Update – 34 Weeks

  1. Kim says:

    Gosh you are cute! Can’t wait to hear more about the house!

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