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33 Weeks Pregnant – My Pregnancy Week-by-Week

33 Weeks Pregnant

I’m 33 weeks pregnant – and 33 times my normal size!  Ok not really, I’m just feeling quite big.

This week has been lovely (despite a nasty head cold) – nice and sunny and I’m getting myself a bit more organised in preparation for the new baby.  A BIT!

As the end of the my pregnancy draws nearer, I’ve been feeling quite reflective on my life pre-babies.  This will be my last baby (are you reading this, Mr M?) and I’m so excited about having my ‘complete’ family and making plans for our future.

With the benefit of hindsight of course, there are some things I wish I’d done before having kids and I’ve written about them here.

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More than anything though, I’m getting really excited now!

As far as symptoms go, the pelvic pain is still not great and I’ve also gotten some cramping under my bump when I’ve been walking.  I’m still using my (affiliate link) Theraline Maternity and Nursing Pillow which is making sleep more comfortable although insomnia has struck in the last couple of weeks so I’m sometimes not getting to sleep until well after midnight.  If you’re up then, please Tweet me – I’d like the company!

Miss M has been bonding more with my bump which is lovely and I hope that continues!  This week she was sat on my lap and Mini kicked her which was the cutest thing ever!  She’s also been touching my bump more and saying ‘Ello Babby’ which is my hormonal state makes me well up instantly.

The itchy skin has really subsided but I did develop a patch of eczema on one of my inner elbows – which is weird as I’ve never had it in my life before but apparently can happen during pregnancy.  Hopes Relief kindly sent me some of their (affiliate link) Hope’s Relief Intensive Dry Skin Rescue Cream and I’ve been putting this on daily so hoping it works it’s magic soon.  It can be used on eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis so will be a good one for our bathroom cabinet.

I hope you’re all having a lovely week and my fellow expectant mums are enjoying your pregnancy – comment below with how far along you are and how you’re feeling!

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18 Comments

  1. jenny
    / 1:38 pm

    Oh not long now. I get so broody reading these types of posts and love them all the same. So excited for you and your new bundle of joy. I can’t wait to read about the birth and all. So cute Miss M bonding with your bump Buba did that with my bump and it’s so bittersweet. Just wait till they are bonding together it melts my heart every time. Thank you ever so much for linking up to Share With Me. #sharewithme

    • / 7:07 pm

      Now I’ve read your other comment I know you know better ha ha! :)

  2. Mrs H
    / 11:19 pm

    Gosh, it is going fast. I love the story of Miss M bonding with your bump. It might my heart melt too. I hope that your insomnia gets better and you are able to get some sleep. Thanks for linking up to #SundaysStars lovely. Hugs Mrs H xxxx

    • / 7:07 pm

      Thanks so much lady :) :)

  3. Wow 33 weeks! Not that long left, so lovely to hear your little one is bonding already, Monkey was not that interested in the bump though he does love his little sister now. The pelvis pain is really rubbish, I totally relate but glad to hear you pillow is helping you sleep some! Thanks for linking with #MaternityMondays

    • / 7:06 pm

      Sooooo close now! Thanks lady :) :)

  4. Alice Young
    / 9:50 pm

    EEk!! So not long to go now, how scary is that!! So sweet that Miss M is starting to bond with baby so so cute. I had such sleeping issues toward the end of my pregnancy was so horrid, right when everyones telling you to get as much sleep as possible and you like I’m trying too!! Thanks so much for linking up and hopefully see you again next week! #MummyMonday xx

    • / 7:06 pm

      It’s scary ha ha! Yes, I would LOVE to sleep argh! :)

  5. Emilyandindiana
    / 8:53 am

    So close now :)! Lovely to hear your little one is bonding with baby already, so sweet! Xx

    • / 7:05 pm

      Thanks so much! Ah it’s lovely – I hope it continues :)

  6. Julia @ rainbeaubelle
    / 10:52 pm

    Not long to go now! These last few weeks are hard aren’t they when you feel so big but still have things to organise. Just keep thinking the extra weight is all baby, and actually I found after both my babies were born I got more sleep after the birth in those first few weeks than at the end of pregnancy!! x #sundaystars

    • / 7:05 pm

      Hurray Julia! So true – it gets harder physically but there is more to do nearer the end! I love that you slept better afterwards, it really gives me hope :)

  7. Kat | Beau Twins
    / 3:40 pm

    Feel for you lovely! I had the whole SPD thing, insomnia and itches! I have that cream now and love! Love these updates – I will be a little sad when they stop but oh so happy when we get to meet little one! Excited much over here!! Thank you for spreading love and sharing with #SundayStars :) xxxx

    • / 7:04 pm

      Thanks lady! I can’t wait too ha ha! Hope you’re well :)

  8. Laura @ Life with Baby Kicks
    / 11:01 am

    33 weeks tomorrow with my update due then, I ACHE EVERYWHERE!!!!!! And carpal tunnel has hit which is sucky! Home stretch though :) xx

    • / 7:03 pm

      Oh I had carpel tunnel last time, it was horrible – oh the things we go through! :)

  9. everything mummy
    / 8:04 am

    eeek 33 weeks not long to go! being pregnant gave me eczema too something to do with the hormones its also flared up now I’ve stopped feeding which is bloody annoying hopefully will settle down soon! #sundaystars

    • / 7:03 pm

      Ah I definitely recommend the cream – it’s shifted it – for now! :)

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