November 2021 Moms

STM+ Check-in 3/13


Re: STM+ Check-in 3/13

  • @Starynightsky24 That’s great to hear! I’m already seeing my 4 and 2 year olds starting to become buddies, so by November hopefully they’ll be even more self sufficient friends! And love the idea of having a little helper this time around 😍. 
    slizteemarbellie[Deleted User]
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  • How far along are you?

    Any new symptoms?
    Sore boobs and exhaustion

    Any appointments recently or coming up?
    I have an ultrasound at 6w+1

    How many kids do you already have, and how old are they?
    I have one son who just turned 4.

    How are your other kids doing this week?
    He is good! He's going through a dinosaur obsession right now. He keeps roaring at me like a T-Rex when I ask him questions, so I hope this phase calms down soon. 😅

    TW: Loss

    I'm super nervous about this pregnancy because my last pregnancy ended in a miscarriage. My OBGYN doesn't typically make the first appointment until 8 weeks, but I'm scheduled for an ultrasound at 6 weeks because of my previous loss. I will be extremely nervous if they can't see much on the scan.

    GTKY: What’s your favourite way to spend a day off?
    I'm a stay at home mom, but before covid, we liked to go to museums and zoos on my husband's days off. Honestly, any family time with my husband and son is a good time.
    Pregnancy Ticker
  • marbellie said:

    Concerns/Questions: How much crazier is it going to be when we’re outnumbered by our kids?? 🤪

    When my third was born my older two were 4.5 and 2.5. They played together and entertained each other and it made a world of difference! Our easiest transition by far. The first is a whole life change, and the second you’re entertaining a toddler while caring for a baby. When my third was born he sat next to the baby in the car and could give him his paci when he cried. Even just that was huge for me 😆. 
    I second this. Two to three was the easiest transition. I had a 4 year old and a 2 year old as well. They were (and still are) so helpful. #3 is now 13 months old and she often plays in the playroom with the older two so I can do things like, make dinner and even go to the bathroom by myself 😂
    Tell me more about this ability to go to the bathroom by yourself

    Hahaha tell your older two that you need them to “babysit “ they’ll feel so important
    marbellie[Deleted User]
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