Tag Archives: Pregnancy with breast implants

Pregnancy with implants- 39 week update

I have set this up to auto post on Friday November 9, which will be the baby’s birthday.  She is incredibly stubborn and won’t move out of the frank breech position. Basically that means her head is up in my left ribs, her but is down, and her feet and hands are by her head. …

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Thoughts on pregnancy and body image

This post is going to be a little bit more personal in nature. I normally wouldn’t throw all this out there, but I think it is something that is important to discuss.  Most women out there have body image issues of some kind. Even if we are generally happy with our body there is something …

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Pregnancy with implants, 24 week update

  It’s time again for another pregnancy update!! It’s been 24 weeks so far, which seems so crazy to me. I know I just did a post 5 weeks ago, but boy have things changed since then.  (Mom, if you are reading this, it may get to be TMI for you. Just a warning, same …

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Almost halfway!!

I am almost at the halfway point. So close but so far away! It is actually 19 weeks, but I feel like I have some stuff to share, so I’ll post a bit early. I wanted to post this earlier this afternoon, but ended up napping instead. No regrets there! I will definitely say that …

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Pregnancy with implants, first trimester update

I’m now 14 weeks pregnant and a little overdue for this update, please forgive me! Pregnancy tends to do things like that to you.  I’ve definitely turned on the lazy switch, hopefully that changes soon. So how are the boobs doing?  They are pretty much sticking to normal pregnancy changes that any woman would expect.  …

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Sharing some news, and some new blog content

Some of you may have noticed that I have been kind of quiet lately. I promise I have a good reason, a very very good reason. 🙂 Lately, the only time I have felt like blogging is at bedtime or in the middle of the night when I wake up randomly. Mornings and the early …

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