11 Weeks

(Regular Lime vs Key Lime)
This week, Baby Scott should be the size of a large lime. There’s a huge difference in the size of a prune and a lime, right?! Since baby is supposed to be between 1.75″ and 2.4″, my guess is that they must be talking about a Key Lime. (Key Limes are much smaller, as you can see in the image above, and are perfect for making Key Lime Pie and Key Lime Cheesecake. Yummy.)
Baby Scott is growing fingernails and is starting to kick and swallow. Technically, they say you aren’t supposed to feel the baby until much later, but I read online that a few women have felt their baby much earlier in the second pregnancies.

Weight: 1 lb. (As big as my belly has gotten, I’m beginning to wonder if my scale is reading correctly!)
Waist Line: 32 1/2″. I have a nice round belly and its fairly obvious that I’m pregnant. I look much further along than I am. I think this is probably what I looked like when I was about 17 weeks pregnant with Alston. I’ve already started wearing my maternity clothes. Lucky for me, I have two huge tubs of them and they’re perfect for the season.
Signs & Symptoms: I’ve started feeling much better this past week. I’ve started cooking again and have the energy and desire to do things around the house.
Looking Forward To: Spring cleaning and moving everything out of office to start transforming it into a nursery!

(image found here)

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2 thoughts on “11 Weeks

  1. Yay for moving right along!! I felt like a monster very early with Westin..ha! As far as feeling him move, I felt him later than with AR. However, he was always very laid back and she was a live wire!! Can't wait to hear all about it!

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