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19 Weeks Pregnant – My Pregnancy Week-by-Week

19 Weeks Pregnant

Oops oops oops I missed last week but I’m now 19 weeks pregnant!

Things have been busy in the run up to Christmas and it was also my birthday last month – I’m 21 again.  Oh I do remember when I thought only old people joked about that.  Very old people.  I am a very old person.

My bump seems to have tripled in size in the past couple of weeks and I’m feeling very pregnant now – and looking it too.  The baby is the size of a mango but I honestly think I’m the size of a sack of mangos.

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I finally got a prescription for ranitidine so no more buying Zantac – I’m taking 2 a day as the reflux is still awful.

Otherwise I haven’t been feeling too bad :)

I’m still tired and have picked up a couple of colds recently but that’s to be expected.  I haven’t felt any movement really in the past 2 weeks which I know is normal at this stage but still I’ll be glad when I have my 20 week scan next week.

I just want to know all is well but we’re still dead-set on not finding out the gender.  My hairdresser has decided that because I’m so sure she’s a girl that it must be a boy so we’re having a competition to see who’s right :)

I’m really looking forward to Christmas!  Miss M was a bit young last Christmas to really understand what was happening but I think she’ll appreciate it more this year – yay!

We’re taking her to see 2 Santas – that’s going to be confusing!  I couldn’t resist though :)

What are your plans for Christmas with your little ones?

Some of my favourite new baby items (affiliate links):

19 Weeks Pregnant - 19 Week Pregnancy Update Pregnancy Symptoms Pregnancy Week by Week
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