Oh dear, wish I had a good enough memory to do a Camlo style summary
(((EF))) So sorry about yet more horrid news. Xxx
I need to Google hokas.
have given up even earlier tonight and gone to bed! I usually manage until 930, but staying up for Masterchef last night has done me in Work is horrible at the moment - we have an inspection tomorrow and Friday. It's not Ofsted, but it feels just as bad! Still, it is good to be back in the swing of things.
Still feel pukey, but I have occasional flashes of normality - here's hoping they get more frequent
My feet don't feel right if I haven't got at least one dodgy nail
so sorry to hear sad news from Caro and Camlo
LOL at all of the naughty words. 'Twunt' is one my favourites. It sounds so innocent but is clearly not
Still feel bleugh. Some days are better than others, but nothing tastes right! Ah well, 10 weeks this week, so it should hopefully settle soon. I am just a bit worried that it is twins now, what with the general hideousness and the most ginormous bosoms I have ever seen (on me, anyway!!). All will be revealed 3 weeks tomorrow
Ew to the testicles!!!!! Need to check out the hair on FB. Had mine trimmed today and it is super short. Don't think I would go back to long hair now, even though it was long for years. It is so easy to manage!
Oh EF, boo, sinus infections are the worst Hope you're better soon.
Thanks for all of the drink ideas My mum bought me some lemonade to try today and that seemed to quell the nausea, as well as making it easier to burp (!). This has to be a good thing as I am frightened that if i put too much effort into a burp it will be followed by something else! Sorry, definitely TMI
Sounds good, MM and Caro. I love my orthotics - they have meant that I have virtually eliminated my ongoing, nagging hip pain even though I was increasing mileage quite substantially. Not that I am doing much running ATM
anyway, leave the cleaning - you have a marathon to taper for
CC - your Dad would love the steam train near Welshpool. i think Minks will have been on it if she is lurking
On a good note, the sickness does seem to be easing slightly I have to constantly nibble on tiny portions to keep on top of it - crackers, toast etc. I am however struggling a bit with drinks in the sense that they all taste funny and I can't keep more than about 100ml at a time down. Tea, coffee, water, juice, squash - all yuck! Peppermint tea and soya milk are about the only things that are bearable. Anyone got any ideas?
Thought it was about time I got myself over here too - was sort of waiting for someone else from the 'other side' to post (waves to EF). Currently 7 weeks pregnant with my second. Little boy John-Paul is 5 (just a few months younger than Louise!). Have been trying for about 4 years but have had amenorrhea so it was nigh on impossible (although I did conceive JP with no periods, oddly). AF returned regularly in Jan, and here I am! Feeling distinctly yucky at the moment with sickness. Already feel a lot worse than first time around,so if the old wives' tales are to be believed, I am either having a girl or twins Being sick if I eat more than a few mouthfuls so having lots of small snacks. Can't wait for it to pass - hope I don't still feel bad at 20 weeks, EF!!
Running was going really well before I conceived. Was averaging 25-30 mpw and felt great on it. I have been out a few times since I found out but at the moment it is an effort just to get out of bed... I carried on with JP until I was 11 days overdue (crazy lady!), albeit veeeeery slowly. I didn't use a support belt a lot as I found that it rubbed me and I ended up with friction burns! I found it helpful to buy running tights a size bigger and pull them right up over my bump for support. I also wore two sports bras.