Friday, November 26, 2010

27 Weeks

I seriously can't believe I'm only 27 weeks pregnant! At this exact moment, I feel like I could simply explode. I don't know why I was ever excited to carry twins. A lot of the time it sounds better to do something than to actually do it. I now know without a doubt that I will get stretch marks and I'm still terrified by that thought. My belly feels so huge right now that I just can't imagine it getting any bigger. The babies are getting big enough now that they are starting to kick (or punch - whatever) me in places that are very uncomfortable...such as my bladder! That's not fun, especially when you already have to pee.

I'm still sleeping okay, but I have a feeling it won't be too much longer. I really hope the next several weeks go by very quickly. I'm already looking forward to losing weight and attempting to tone before our Mexico vacation in May! Here's belly pic at 27 weeks...

3 comments:

leikay2 said...

You look great!!! I am sure if you never had stretch marks with your other pregnancies yo won't get them very bad this time. Maybe just some light lines. I hope you don't. I understand so much about feeling like you just can't get any bigger. Oh and for sleep if you don't already have one go get one of those snoogle pillows. BEST invention EVA!! I am kicking myself that I got rid of mine.. here is a link..
http://www.target.com/Leachco-Snoogle-Original/dp/B0000635WI

Jennifer said...

That is so funny. That is probaly how I'm going to feel if I get pregnant with twins. I am working on my first surrogacy and supposed to transfer 12/20 and I am hoping to get pregnant with twins. I have always wanted to carry twins and my IPs are hoping for twins also so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

Kelly & Her Uterus said...

You never know . . . Ashley carried 3 with no stretch marks! :) and I didn't get any new ones with both my sets of surro twins . . . my own kids wrecked my body years before them! LOL

Have you experience the kick to the rectum yet? That's fun . . . when they're legs down. AH, memories! :)

Hang in there, you're doing great!