The Seven Year Cycle

Welcome to the December 2013 Carnival of Natural Parenting: The More Things Change . . . This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Code Name: Mama and Hobo Mama. This month our participants have shared stories and wisdom about life changes. *** There is a theory, first…

Wordless: 27 weeks Twin Pregnant Belly

27 weeks and looking forward to more to report next week with the big 28 week gestational milestone and appointments. How has your week been? I’d enjoy a glimpse into what has been going on with you. Related articles Wordless: 24 week Twin Pregnancy Belly Updates (touchstonez.com) Wordless: 23weeks Twin Pregnancy Belly (touchstonez.com) Wordless: 22…

Wordless: 24 week Twin Pregnancy Belly Updates

Well, almost wordless… This was a maternity shirt I wore in my third trimester during my previous pregnancies, for comparison. It’s so tight now that it has become uncomfortable. This week has been enjoyable. I’m still pain-free after the prenatal massage and African dance class combination from almost 2 weeks ago. I think the weekly…

Wordless: 23weeks Twin Pregnancy Belly

This why I’m so exhausted and feeling huge this week. I took the shot with the white shirt 2 days earlier. There’s a noticeable difference in both size and position of my belly. The first shot is before a prenatal massage and an African dance class both of which contributed to opening my pelvis. I…

Wordless: 22 Week Belly Hands-free Cupholder

I’ve achieved one of my pregnancy goals: at 22 weeks, I have a convenient tray table. If it were a margarita, I’d be even happier. I’m beginning to accept that I’m halfway through this pregnancy now. I’m still looking at healthy twin pregnancy research and haven’t spent much time focusing on the births. I’m sure…

Wordless: 20 Week Belly and Tadpoles

My plan for the rest of this pregnancy, as well as several weeks post partum, is to take weekly belly photos. At the end of the project, I hope it will be interesting to see the changes, larger to smaller (hopefully), over the course of gestating, birthing and breastfeeding twins. I hope to share a…