So registered at my new doctors and booked my midwife appt.
18th July. So I'll be in my 10th week, from my calculations!
I'm not feeling sick at all yet. Not sure whether I'm a lucky one and it'll pass me by??? I'm more worried about the hay fever at the moment. Hubby and I are going camping (hmmm gonna be interesting) as he has a triathlon competition in The Lake District so I'm in a way hoping for rain so it keeps the pollen at bay. Otherwise it's gonna be a miserable time!! But glad no sickness tho on the other hand as it really would be a miserable weekend!!!!
But nothing else to report.I'm plodding on as normal. Boobs still hurting.
Bought a bit of a maternity esk outfit. Leggings and a top which is to mid thigh length for work.bit more flexible and summery cor summer (if we ever get any warm weather!!)
Hey girls!! I'm not feeling much either...slightly sore bbs in the morning and a little cramping in the evening. I read yesterday that women who experience morning sickness are far more likely to be having a girl!!
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