Friday, May 9, 2014

12 Weeks

Happy 12 weeks babies! And do you like the new changes? Itty Bitty Ivie is now Little Ivie Lane. 

I can tell my belly is getting fuller, but I don't quite have a baby bump yet. Or should I say babies bump? I feel like my clothing options are already becoming quite limited. Although my closet had always seemed limited. I, unlike most girls, do not like buying clothes for myself. I always find away to talk myself out of something. I feel like I will want to be clothes for my babies all the time though. We can't wait to find out the genders...I'm sure their over-elated grandma will love buying them things. Right mom?

12 Weeks Bumpdate!

How far along? 12 Weeks 4 Days
Babies are the size of: Plums or apricots, whichever your prefer.    
Total weight gain: Still down about 4-5lbs since pregnancy. When will I start gaining?
Maternity clothes? None. 
Stretch marks? Zero.  
Sleep: Sleep is still awful. At least the lack of it is. I think my body is training myself for when the twins come.
Exercise: I've been walking more and biking at the gym a little. 
Miss Anything: Peanut butter. I used to be addicted, but I still don't like it.
Movement: I can't feel anything, but I can't wait until I do!
Food cravings: I've pretty much enjoy two things lately: Spinach and Mozzarella Ravioli and Honey Bunches of Oats...with real milk! That's definitely a change.
Anything making you queasy or sick: Nothing lately. I've really been so fortunate.
Labor Signs: Nope.
Happy or Moody most of the time: I'm still wondering if zombie is a mood...
Looking forward to: The weekend! Our fertility clinic is hosting an ice cream party for their patients at the new aquarium! 

Also, we're shouting our news to the world on Mother's Day! Secrets, secrets, they're no fun...we're finally telling everyone! 


  1. Yay for reaching a pregnancy milestone. I think you'll be sporting a little bump very soon.

  2. Congratulations on your pregnancy!

    We're just starting our IVF journey here in the UK, you seen to have a much smoother process in the USA!

    3 years, 4 months and still waiting.

    1. Thanks Kate! I'm sorry to hear the IVF process is rougher in the UK. Thankfully we had insurance that helped a lot and made our process fairly smooth. Best of luck to you...sending prayers your way!

  3. Yep! Grandmas ready to know the genders and start buying clothes!!!


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