Sorry for my inactivity, I’ll explain what happened.
So, if you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know that I had a baby due in December. Laila Grace Williams was born on 24th December 2017 (yes, I had a Christmas baby!) and she’s been getting on well. I’ve been very busy obviously, however I have been finding a bit of time to write, given I haven’t had much work to do.
Sadly, in October, me and Brendon split up. He moved out. Obviously that means raising Laila will be difficult, but I have found someone to look after her (& me) occasionally. SO yeah. my life is a bit shit.
So, one question I keep being asked is “what gender is your baby??”. And I found out yesterday… IT’S A GIRL! I am currently 19 weeks pregnant, which is incredible, but very hard work.
So, now I’ve revealed that I’m having a girl, lots of people are going to be asking what I am going to be calling her. I am not going to be revealing the name right now, but here are some names which I love, however won’t be using.
Morgan – Brynley – Kian – Taylor – Alexis – Lucy – Elle – Ashley – Flynn – Kaia – Autumn – Hadley – Brooke – Noah – Violet – Sabrina – Lydia – Leah – Lila
If there are any names that you love, feel free to leave them below. Maybe they will be chosen for our new girl!
Sorry for neglecting the blog too. Hopefully I will get more time off work to write soon. X
So today I turned 7 weeks pregnant.
At 7 weeks, Your baby’s hands and feet are emerging from developing arms and legs – although they look more like paddles at this point than the tiny baby fingers and toes you’re daydreaming about holding and tickling. Technically, your baby is still considered an embryo and has something of a small tail, which is an extension of her tailbone. The tail will disappear within a few weeks, but that’s the only thing getting smaller. Your baby has doubled in size since last week and now measures half an inch long, about the size of a blueberry (click here to view source)
My uterus has doubled in size in the past five weeks. Eating feels like a chore, thanks to morning sickness. I need to pee more than usual because of my increasing blood volume.