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I am 21 weeks pregnant and since I was 16 weeks along it seems that I suddenly couldn't stand any clutter in the house. On a typical day I keep up with the dishes as they get dirty and put them away, do/fold laundry, pick up and organize around the house (married and have a 15 month old) and once a week I sweep the hardwood and linoleum floors and vacuum. That's about it aside from other random things that varies day to day. I leave the harder stuff to my husband like cleaning the tub and toilet and the yard work outside is all his jurisdiction
Married to Michael since May 14, 2010
Mommy to Sophie Lee Ann, 02-09-11
Mommy to Melody Beatrice Elizabeth, 09-27-12
Mommy to Abigail Sarah Louise, 1-20-2015
When I was pregnant with DD, I did everything (include teaching dance classes) up until I had her. Dishes, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming/mopping, toilets, everything that I do now. When I was pregnant with DS however, I had terrible back/sciatic/hip pains and would get exhausted very easily. I didn't do hardly anything! Laundry and a couple dishes was about it. I don't think that the floors got vacuumed the whole last trimester! DH had to do the toilets.
~*~ Kelsey ~*~
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I did everything I do now (which is everything inside). I had a rough pregnancy (diabetes, pre-eclampsia, sciatica, extreme weight gain, couldn't sleep) so I just paced myself. You have to remember to take care of you first!
Trisha--proud stay at home mommy and wife.