Thursday, October 29, 2015

Three quarters through

This is another post about pregnancy. You're welcome.

I can't believe I've already reached week 30 of pregnancy. I've also reached the point where people have started guessing that I'll be having my baby "soon" or "at any time now". That's actually been going on for a couple weeks, and then I have to tell them I've still got around two months to go. But know that I write this out of pure amusement and no hard feelings. I've also had an acquaintance hear me talking about pregnancy and say, "wait, you're expecting!?" Granted, this was while sitting across from him at a long table in a cabin without electricity and only the dim light of candles and lanterns. Later on I walked by him and he noted that the key is to see me in profile.

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You can be the judge of that.

In other news, I've been spending the week packing and cleaning in preparation for our move to a new apartment on Saturday. We have a crazy amount of stuff, considering we arrived in this country with two suitcases, a backpack, and a small bag each. I don't really know how or why the stuff grew exponentially. For now I'm focusing on just getting everything packed, but I'm hoping I'll have the energy to do some smart minimising while unpacking.

And now I think my lunch break shall be over. It is time to get back to checking off items on my list!

2 comments:

  1. Oh hello! I've been waiting for you to post again, now that I'm all plugged into the blogging world with my Wordpress dashboard. I didn't know you were moving to a new apartment; good luck with the packing! And nice photos! :)

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  2. Hey, Meghan,
    Thank you for keeping us up to date. Sorry I missed you when you were here. :(

    I hope you have a healthy pregnancy and a wonderfully healthy and happy child!

    I saw this article and thought of you. I'd love to know if you can corroborate any of it, empiricist that I am, but only if you're not dealing with other more important or fun stuff.

    Take care!

    http://www.iflscience.com/brain/what-happens-your-brain-when-you-re-pregnant

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