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Am I ready to be a mum?


Believe it or not, baby and I are now approaching 36 weeks!

There are a whole lot of changes going on during my pregnancy journey so far - both physiologically and psychologically.

Physiologically

You can learn more about physical changes from this infographic. But I'd like to summarize some major experiences throughout my journey so far:
  • First trimester (4-12 weeks): some food cravings; mild nausea; no vomiting; feeling tired but not lethargic; super excited!
  • Second trimester (13-27 weeks): some food cravings especially for butter, milk, and pasta; honeymoon period; no major physical discomfort; most people still can't detect that I'm pregnant especially before 24 weeks; love my baby's movements!
  • Third trimester (28-40 weeks): oh-my-god-I-need-more-sleep; I'm-a-peeing-goddess; minor aches here and there; baby moves until I feel like my belly's gonna burst; so funny watching my belly goes lopsided with either a knee or an elbow jutting out once in a while; anxious but excited!
Psychologically

Here's the major one: I FINALLY SHOP ONLINE!!! It's a big thing you know... because I don't really trust online shopping for as long as I'm still breathing. :P

To date, I frequent a few sites and I would say that Zalora Malaysia is one of my favorite online shopping destinations. ^_^

I have also taken an online test just for fun: Are you ready to be a mum?


Results say: You were born to be a mum!

LOL, do I have a choice? :P

Also, here's an article that makes me ponder about work-life balance for moms.

Baby's popping anytime after I have reached 37 weeks. Wish me luck! :D


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