thebump: You’re probably already getting a little preview of baby’s personality, the more your feel him move. You might get some playful kicks and jabs, and start to feel little hiccups, too! At 29 weeks, he’s not just moving a lot, he’s also plumping up. And as he continues to put pressure on your digestive system, you’re going to feel the effects: hemorrhoids, heartburn, pelvic pain and frequent urination are all common at this stage in the game.
Yep. All of this. Except we're having a she, not a he.
I am feeling HUGE these days. I was just looking back at pictures from my first pregnancy, and I've gotta tell you, I am almost as big as I was at the end with the nugget. The body remembers, and it had NO problem stretching out this time.
The good news is, the ligament pain that I was suffering has lightened up. Not sure if baby went through a growth spurt, and my ligaments just needed a minute to adjust, or if all of the support garments I've been wearing are really helping. Either way, I think I'll make them a staple of my (ever decreasing) wardrobe. Seriously, I've already outgrown some of my tops. What am I going to do for the next 11 weeks??