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by Emma Elwin on 27 April, 2016

Emma shares her thoughts on the pregancy eight weeks from due date!

It feels unreal that eight weeks from now, we will have another little person living with us. I can not wait to meet and get to know this little human! At the moment I am feeling good! Writing this Stella is lying on my belly cuddling, I wonder if she knows that there is someone in there? The only thing that has changed these past two weeks is that I can no longer walk in my normal pace and that I get SO out of breath just from one set of stairs. Stella runs before me on our walks now a looks over her shoulder every now and then to make sure I am still there, she must be so bored with me by now. Another charming thing that returned in week 31 was the hormones, yey! They make me super angry, we are talking Hulk angry, from one second to the other. But the anger doesn’t last too long, thankfully.

You can read more about my thoughts on pregnancy here!


3 Comments

Lina: Hej! Så fin du är! Hade inte du en cocker spaniel också? Vad har hänt med henne?
April 30, 2016

Chantal Perin: Superbe photo . Lasts weeks need angel patience waiting to see the new little face but, then, what a joy .Take care of you !
April 29, 2016

Viktoria: Åh va kul för dig! Önskar all lycka och hoppas att du och lilla bebben har det grymt i sommar!
April 27, 2016

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