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You couldn't ever ever tell I had a baby bump.. just my fluff. BUT I shrank a little too. Pants that were too tight early on.. fit last week. I think its bloating going down. I saw baby last week and all was good, so try not to worry!
"Sometimes all you can do is not think. Not wonder. Not obsess. Not imagine.
Just Breathe, and have faith that everything will work out for the best."
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That's what I'm thinking too...you were probably just retaining a lot of water.
__________________ Expecting our first September 22, 2013!!
Positive HPT: 01/15
1st GP Appt: 01/23
2nd GP Appt: 02/20 - wasn't able to pick up a heartbeat
3rd GP Appt: 02-21 - due to spotting, still no hb
1st U/S: 02/25 - 10wk u/s due to spotting > saw the hb and our little blob!!
NPT U/S: 03/15 - got a wave from our LO!! And all looks well. We went public!!
3rd GP Appt: 03/22 - heard the hb...157!
1st OB Appt: 04/22 - LOVE my OB. She doesn't rush, as is pretty knowledgable about crohn's and pregnancy. hb = 159!
20wk u/s: 05/06 - Loved seeing our little babe again! Tech was very tight lipped though, and no medical info was given. And we're holding off on the gender until the reveal party!!
Reveal Party: 05/18 - IT'S A GIRL!!!!
OB Appt: 05/22 -
I have thought the same thing about myself for the last few days. I bet there's some explanation. Like maybe your uterus has less room when it's still down in the pelvis so when it starts growing it sticks out more but once it grows further and extends into your abdomen more it has a bit more breathing room for a few weeks. I bet it's normal, though. Plus, the first trimester bloat might have finally disappeared for the most part. I'm definitely less bloated.
Mom to Titus (10), Isaiah (8), Noelle (6), Joel (4), Hannah (2), and baby due Sept 10!