*Here’s what’s going on with little bean this week, thanks to Baby Center!
New this week: Webbed fingers and toes are poking out from your baby’s hands and feet, his eyelids practically cover his eyes, breathing tubes extend from his throat to the branches of his developing lungs, and his “tail” is just about gone. In his brain, nerve cells are branching out to connect with one another, forming primitive neural pathways. You may be daydreaming about your baby as one sex or the other, but the external genitals still haven’t developed enough to reveal whether you’re having a boy or a girl. Either way, your baby — about the size of a kidney bean — is constantly moving and shifting, though you still can’t feel it.
You may notice that your bra is getting more snug. Soon you’ll likely need a larger size with better support. Rising levels of hormones cause breast growth and other tissue changes, all in preparation for lactation. Your breasts may continue to grow throughout pregnancy. Don’t be surprised if you go up a cup size or two, especially if it’s your first baby. Keep this in mind, and allow for room to grow when investing in a new bra.
How Far Along? 8 weeks today
Total weight gain: -2 pounds
Maternity Clothes: Nope not really. Wearing dresses and leggings mainly though.
Strecth Marks: Nope
Sleep: Getting a lot of it! Having a hard time staying asleep at night. Sleeping on the couch is most comfortable.
Best Moment of the Week: Seeing the ultrasound and the heartbeat for the again!
Miss Anything? Nope
Movement: A little early
Food cravings: Still not very hungry, but when I eat I prefer carbs.
Anything make you sick or queasy: Stil can't eat very much at all. So many smells make me queasy.
Gender/Sex Prediction: Still think girl.
Labor signs: Gosh I would hope not!
Symptoms: Bloating, sore boobs, my boobs are getting way bigger too, nauseous that last all day and all night (even wakes me up!), exhaustion
Belly button in or out: In
Wedding rings on or off: On
Happy or Moody: Happy for the most part, still moody some.
Looking forward to: Finding out how the clot is doing at our next ultrasound in about 2 weeks!