Baby Bumpdate–32 Weeks

3 more weeks of school! Then, only 5 more weeks until our son arrives!

Dress: not maternity!! Wal-Mart Bella Bird Collection (super amazingly cute modest inexpensive clothing!)
Nude Heels: Payless

Side Effects
-Constant, constant peeing. Every time I move position, I have to pee.
– Rhys loves to kick me. Sometimes he vies for my attention when I’m trying to give it to my students.
– Shortness of breath.
– A little bit of motion sickness.
– Back aches.
– Sore legs and feet.
– Headaches
– I’m sooooo hot! My classroom thermostat is on the fritz and it’s really stuffy. Also, at night, I wake up to kick off my blankets.
– I definitely feel pregnant. I feel like I’m almost waddling and that there is definitely something protruding in front of me when I walk. It’s also really hard to roll over or get up.
– Food that’s ready to eat–AKA, food I don’t have to cook–AKA fast food.
– Chocolate milk
Other Things
– I had a lovely Baby Shower with my relatives (I’m still hoping to have one for friends). We got a lot of cute clothing for Rhys.
– The Morrell girls were kind enough to get us a stroller, carseat, and swing. My parents were kind enough to get us a crib.
– I’m ready for Rhys to come, but at the same time, I’m a little apprehensive.
– Sometimes I get apprehensive about this summer: being a mom, giving birth, finding a house, maternity leave, etc.

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

  • It is definitely overwhelming having a baby. As far as birth goes trust your body. It knows how to have your little boy. It will be one of the most difficult journeys but nothing compared to the joy 🙂

  • Tayler, you look adorable. At 32 weeks I'm pretty sure I resembled a tank. You, however, do not!
    Though it's easy to say, try not to worry about what the summer holds. Everything will fall into place as it is supposed to. Just take everything one day at a time. Before you know it, you'll blink and you'll look back and wonder what you were worried about to begin with. 🙂