We’re on our way to our 20 week scan and I can’t help but feel anxious yet again. Will the baby be ok. Has it developed properly. Is it healthy? I have no reason to think otherwise, but I can’t help quell these completely irrational fears and anxieties. I don’t remember feeling this anxious the first time round. I thought you were supposed to be more relaxed after you’d had one, and in some ways I am, like I’ve talked about in my previous pregnancy posts but in many ways I also feel a new anxiety that I didn’t feel the first time round.
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The last two weeks of pregnancy, weeks 18 – 19 have been pretty uneventful. I still wait patiently for baby kicks, meanwhile watching my tummy slowly grow and grow. We have our 20 week scan next week which I am really looking forward to. The absence of real kicks has added to my anxiety which seems to be a feature of this pregnancy, so every opportunity that I get to hear or see this baby is a welcome one.
Welcome back to another Marvellous Monday hosted by the lovely Kaye @HelloArchie_ Hello Archie and I. Thanks for joining us for the first Marvellous Monday in February! It’s lovely to see more and more of you linking up each week as the weeks go by, and has definitely made what has felt like the longest month ever feel just that little bit more marvellous.
For two years it was just you and I, my little love and me. It doesn’t feel long enough to have you to myself, and for you to have me. By the time your little brother or sister arrives we will have had three years together, and whilst that makes me happy it also makes me sad. I am trying to squeeze the most out of this last year of ours together because I know that in June everything will change forever, all over again. Like that moment when you first arrived and changed mine and daddy’s world forever.