11 responses

  1. Stephanie
    August 3, 2015

    Wow! Time flies! I feel like you just announced your little bundle! So excited for you both!
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  2. Katie @ Live Half Full
    August 3, 2015

    Home stretch! I feel you- I’m 29 weeks today and I’m starting to slow down majorly… I forget I’m pregnant and try to work at my normal pace. And then I just crash. 🙂
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  3. Missy
    August 3, 2015

    Miss seeing all of your “meals!” You’ve inspired me to try so many new combinations (currently addicted to okra!) and I think it would be interesting to hear how you’re eating during your pregnancy! You look wonderful. 🙂 These last few weeks are going to fly by – and drag at the same time! ?

  4. Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood
    August 4, 2015

    I worked in non profit events when I was pregnant and out busy season was when I was about 16 weeks and then when I was about to go/on maternity leave. I had to actually go out early at 34 weeks since my dr didn’t want me to work 16 hours a day per event. (Some were 2 days)
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  5. Erica {Erica@EricaDHouse.com}
    August 4, 2015

    I’m 35 weeks now and the back pain started around week 30 for me as well. Rest up every chance you get! Around 33/34 weeks I found that for every day I was busy and on my feet a lot, I needed the next day to do virtually nothing. It’s definitely getting harder as the weeks progress!
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  6. Lisa Valinsky
    August 4, 2015

    Glad you’re feeling good!

    I’m at 29 weeks, and my job is pretty physical too. I’m working in an office at a summer camp, and while part of the job involves answering phones and entering data, a lot of it involves hauling mail and moving equipment. I’ve learned to be happy to get help, when normally I like to be able to do things on my own. My feet swell a lot though, which is the only thing that drives me nuts when I’m on my feet a lot.
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  7. A
    August 4, 2015

    I’m surprised they’re cuting you off from flying so early! I’m going to a wedding across the country at 34 wreks and my dr says it’s totally fine. Most airlines let pregnant women fly until 36 weeks. Are you measuring ahead or showing signs of pre-eclampsia?

    • Meghann
      August 10, 2015

      I’ve been classified as semi-high risk because I have a bicornate uterus. My doctor gave me a cut off date of 34 weeks and I will be just shy of 34 weeks for our next event and opting out of it.

  8. Stacey
    August 5, 2015

    I think you look fantastic! Home stretch, girl!
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  9. Ellen @ Wannabe Health Nut
    August 5, 2015

    Wow, you must be exhausted! At 35 weeks, making it through the workday is becoming a challenge. I’m so tired, I even tried to sneak in a 15-minute nap the other day in one of the breastfeeding rooms. I couldn’t do it though…too much pressure to relax in such a short amount of time! 🙂

    I’m right there with ya on the Snoogle love…don’t know what I’d do without mine!
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  10. Sheena @ Paws and Pavement
    August 9, 2015

    Wow those work hours would make anyone tired. You are doing great, just delegate and let others help since you have way more exciting things to come!
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