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October, 2011

17 Oct 11

Week 33 – the eight month scan

Babycentre facts Baby’s weight – almost the size of a pineapple, about 1.9kg Length – 43.7cm, head to heel   Every woman’s pregnancy revolves around just one day. Your due date dictates everything, from scans and appointments to nursery planning and nappy shopping. So it can be quite a shock when ‘B-day’ threatens to change. At our recent eight month scan, Chris and I were told from our very confident doctor that we should expect our little boy to make an early appearance. I had always been told that the majority of first babies arrive around two weeks late. And given Chris’ laidback approach to life, I expected his son to be no different. But it would seem our little boy has other ideas. (My dad regarded lateness as a character flaw; perhaps baby Strong has more Hollingsworth genes than I thought). While my 40 week date is November 15, […]

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06 Oct 11

Week 32 – back to (baby) school

BabyCentre facts Baby’s weight – about as much as a coconut, nearly 1.7kg Length – 42.4cm, head to heel   Pre-pregnancy, I used to look at expectant women and wonder quite literally how they slept at night. The idea of having a baby terrified me – to the extent that if I thought about it too much I would start to feel incredibly anxious. And, as I say, I wasn’t even pregnant. Now here I am, with eight weeks to go until B(aby)-day, and on the whole I feel surprisingly calm. You see, pre-pregnancy you only focus on the physical, and not how you will feel emotionally towards the little person you have been carrying around for nine months. Yes, there are the 8-12 traumatic hours to get through – but at the other side, our baby boy will be here, and life will never be the same again. My […]

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