I woke up at 2am this morning with major cramp like feeling which was totally strong. Tried to go to the bathroom but no dice. Then it kept happening about every 20 minutes. I thought it was tied to the too many scoops of Naturally Nutty that I ate last night after 9pm (I again had to sample each one). But it is now 3pm and it has not subsided - but also hasn't gotten any faster. I am having about 1 minute of a major cramp that doesn't go away no matter what I do and majorly hurts, goes away and comes back 15-20 minutes later. All day I felt like I was constipated(sorry TMI) but drank loads of water and ate fiberous (new word) foods. Is this contractions? I called the doctor and I'm going to go in tomorrow morning to get checked out if it continues but I have nothing else going on. I don't think I'll be hopping on the treadmill today! :(
I ran last night and it was a really good run, except by the end my lower back/top of my butt had started hurting and lasted into the night.
It was interesting trying to teach classes when one of these cramps came along and I wanted to yell out "MOTHER #$@#*(!!!!"
ahhhhhhh! :) :) :)ReplyDelete
ill be thinking about you lots!!! good luck if it is "it" - i have no idea lol
AAAAHHH! Deep breaths!! Keep us posted!ReplyDelete
LOL that wouldn't be a good thing to yell in school! It sounds like contractions to me. I hope your sub plans are ready!ReplyDelete
My doctor always told me that if it was enough to make you stop and catch your breath - then it's a contraction. So I'd guess if you're wanting to yell and curse - DEFINATELY contracting! hahaha - Trouble is figuring out whether or not it's Braxton Hicks or the real thing. Good luck girl...get some rest - don't overdo it :)ReplyDelete
Good luck, I'll be thinking of you... BUT wait until the 19th!!!!! :)ReplyDelete
Wow, I don't know but it sounds like it could be contractions! Eeeee! You're going to have a baby!!!ReplyDelete
I think we should invent more new words: Blaunt (blogger aunt) and Bluncle (blogger uncle). Hehe, bluncle. I'm so excited for you. Keep the updates coming!!
Oh my! If those are contractions... I believe I guessed the 7th of February! Keep us posted, chica! :)ReplyDelete
Sounds like contractions to me.ReplyDelete
Best of luck!
Good luck! It certainly sounds like contractions - I don't know from experience but I don't think false labor contractions hurt much.ReplyDelete
ohhhh babbbby...keep us posted!ReplyDelete
OMG that is exciting/scary! Keep us posted what is going on!!ReplyDelete
Wowzers, keep us posted! Good luck!! :)ReplyDelete
OMG! I dont know what its like but it sounds like there might be a baby in the near future! KEEP US POSTED! GOOD LUCK!!ReplyDelete
Wow scary stuff! Hope everything goes ok for you!ReplyDelete
Definitely sounds like the real deal...woo hoo! Get some rest and be sure to post as soon as you can so we can all meet the little bundle of joy.ReplyDelete
Hope you cleared your work load!
Read this blogReplyDelete
The most recent two posts talk about her labor. She's a great writer and will crack you up, but she also gives a good detailed description of her epidural which might be beneficial for you to know. :)
umm, yeah, the wanting to scream part? that sounds vaguely familiar...good luck! sounds like it'll be soon!ReplyDelete
Sounds like my first labor. They were pretty intense but only a couple of times an hour and I still went to work. My son was born about 32 hours after they started BUT at the end the nurses got impatient and gave me some pitocin. So it probably would have taken a little longer without the extra boost. But yeah, it sounds like labor to me. I bet you'll be at a 4 at your appointment if you don't go tonight. good luck!!!ReplyDelete
Well, now that I know the outcome I am going to go ahead and say there are contractions...LOL.ReplyDelete
This is hilarious to read after the fact:
"I don't think I'll be hopping on the treadmill today! :("
"it was a really good run, except by the end my lower back/top of my butt had started hurting and lasted into the night."
Hahah, classic early labor symptoms :)
Your running helped bring him along!
However, I am no doctor, so don't quote me on that.
Congrats again. I'm so happy for you and your hubby.
Now it really gets exciting. :)ReplyDelete
Hopefully it is soon for you, dear Nat-a-tat-tatt-Slice. All the best. We are thinking of you.