Good morning, ladies!
Hope everyone is doing well! I had kinda a rotten night's sleep last night, so today I'll probably be taking it easy. Maybe some I'll fit some yoga in, we'll see. The babies are starting to really move around now, it's such a strange feeling compared to a singleton. I'm getting kicked from all angles simultaneously!
I hear you on the spammers...
But at least there's the amusement factor from the strange combination of words their English translator spits out for them.
I'm so sorry you're dealing with sciatica...
I remember with my first pregnancy, one night my legs just stopped working-- it was like the nerves went haywire and my legs just went dead... my DH had to help me get to bed.
Those shooting pains are no joke. The only thing that helps a *little* for me is just to make sure I don't stay in one place too long. The longer I sit or stand in one place during the day, I can almost guarantee to have some awful sciatica later in the evening. It's still there either way, but not as pronounced at least. If I find the magic pill, I'll let you know!
Yay for scheduling the gender ultrasound!!! I know it seems at first like it will never get here, but it'll be time before you know it!
Wow, you are so close!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey, getting on the TM in your last trimester with everything else you have going is awesome!!!
I hear you on getting back to regular workouts postpartum. I can't wait. I've started getting a little restless lately as DH and some of our friends are already planning what races to train for this year. I miss being able to do that. With twins on the way, it'll be quite awhile before I have the spare time for any of that!!!
I'm looking forward to STS postpartum as well. How fun to have a little boy after DH's 3 girls!!! My DS (4) is such an affectionate little Mommy's boy. I love it!!!
Welcome to the thread! Congrats on being 5 weeks along! Have you been able to see your doctor yet? When I was in my early first trimester I was able to run with no problems-- I just had to be super careful not to exert myself too much. If my heartrate got too high or I went too long, I always knew it-- I just didn't feel right. So, I'd just listen to your body and if it tells you to ease off, don't feel bad about it.
Have a wonderful day, everyone!!! Tomorrow is Friday!!!