I am trying to continue to walk, but these days it's tough walking for an extended period of time without feeling like I might pee my pants! My poor bladder is just super squished these days I suppose. I told Jon that I may have to wear a diaper for my walks (of course I was kidding...maybe). The temperature has also dropped significantly so walking outside is not so enjoyable anymore. I may have to start walking the mall. I guess I would fit in walking the mall with my diaper on....aren't most mall walkers at the age of needing Depends?!
We finished up with "baby classes" with a 2 session class on breast feeding. It was taught by Brenda Dalton, who I hear could probably make a man lactate. She was a great teacher and apparently is so helpful once the baby arrives. I enjoyed the classes and feel I learned a lot, but I am still creeped out at the thought of breast feeding. I don't know why?! I know it's the most "natural" thing, but in my eyes, it still is somewhat weird for me. I am going to do everything I can to make breast feeding work for me and Lillian, but I will not be completely heartbroken if it's not our thing.
I have been feeling pretty good lately, definitely more tired, but still feel good for the most part. My ribs hurt a lot these days, but I think it's just because I am running out of room. This past weekend my feet were ridiculously swollen, but after one evening of rest and elevation they were back to normal. I know a lot of people are betting on me going on bedrest soon, but I am determined not to let that happen! Lillian continues to be an active little girl, especially in the morning when I first wake up, and in the evening after I am off work. I'm really looking forward to our next ultrasound (which will be in about 3 weeks), because I want to know what position she is in and about how big she is. I'm betting we will have a chunky girl on our hands, which is fine with me! It is more to cuddle with!
This coming week my mom and I will be redoing Lillian's dresser/changing table so be expecting a post about that!