Pregnancy at 31 weeks  

Posted by Lara

I'm getting closer to my due date and getting more uneasy moving around because of the pains due to pregnancy. I had my prenatal check up this morning and everything went good. My blood pressure was normal, Urine test was normal too. I gained more weight and I up to 123.6 lbs which is normal since I was only around 94 lbs because I got pregnancy. I was at 130 lbs with my last pregnancy. So, it's about close I think since I still have 9 weeks more to go. Me and hubby are excited to see this baby. I'm sure Tyler is excited too. He knows that I'm going to have a baby and he knows that I have the baby in my tummy right now.

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Congrats! You can do it! Just pray to God. ~~Oak Dining Set

May 29, 2011 at 5:40 AM

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