I'm 10 weeks preggy  

Posted by Lara

Yes, I'm at my 10 weeks of pregnancy today. So far, so good because I don't feel any morning sickness yet. I hope it will continue to be this way. I just feel nauseous everyday but not to the point of vomiting. I also get tired right away and feel so sluggish and lazy. Although I have Sciatic nerve pain but I can bear the pain. My tummy is already showing even if I'm only 10 weeks. Hubby always tell his children to look at how big my tummy is now. Ha,ha,.... he wants to show off all the time about my pregnancy.

For more information about my pregnancy please visit my other blog My Journey to Momhood.

This entry was posted on 12/6/08 at Saturday, December 06, 2008 . You can follow any responses to this entry through the comments feed .


Sis, congrats for your pregnancy. Ako kaylan kaya? heheh, hopefully next year-:)


December 8, 2008 at 9:15 AM

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