People tell me that once I hit the 30-week mark, the weeks will fly by pretty fast. And now that I'm officially 31 weeks, I have to totally agree to that! I really hope that baby doesn't pop up early because we have a wedding to attend 9 days before baby's due date!
Well, its hard to believe that I've been preggy for 31 weeks now! I still feel like myself and even though I feel baby's movements on a daily basis, it somehow still is pretty hard for me to comprehend the fact that there's a baby in there! I think most first-time pregnant women share the same feeling of disbelief until they actually hold their little ones in their arms!
Physically-wise, I'm feeling pretty good. I go for pregnancy swim gymnastics once a week and am pretty mobile. I'm so thankful that all the funny things that plagued me in my first trimester are completely gone. I've really been blessed with such a smooth pregnancy in my 2nd and now 3rd trimester. As I slowly creep closer to D-day, I feel that I need to start praying for the delivery! Why does it have to be called "labour"? I shall call it, "baby's welcome party!!!" Wahahah. "What is impossible with man, is possible with God" Luke 18:27 Amen!
This is how I look like now
A candid shot that my hubby took for me at the park yesterday. After one week of cold temperatures, temperatures hit a sweltering 37 degrees today!
A necessary hug-my-belly shot!
I somehow like how this photo make me look maternal!
Dress from Urban Outfitters (from Citylink Singapore) bought at 50% discount - S$30 (18€ only!)
Have I mentioned that hubby got the iPhone 4 for me? Its so out-of-this-world. On my recent trip back to Singapore, I couldn't help but notice at 99.9% of my friends own the iPhone! So when my cellphone contract expired, I decided to take the plunge and buy the iPhone 4 too. Guess what? I'm completely blown away!
Will write more about my iPhone 4 experience in a later post. These photos above were all taken by my iPhone 4. Gosh, the quality is amazing!!! I fear my good old Canon Ixus is going to die a slow, natural death. **sob**