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Week 34 Bumpdate

My appointment Monday was good, I’ve lost 2 lbs.!  They were fine with it and I was overjoyed! Still measuring 4 weeks ahead.  We discussed early induction the week before my due date.  I might be the one and only preggo ever to turn down an early induction, but I am holding out for February 16th, Dad’s birthday and my due date.  If no go that day or before we’ll schedule an induction for Monday, February 17th. 

Besides that there isn’t too much to report.  Baby is still very active but instead of feeling so many kicks I feel more rolls and stretches now.  Baby makes my belly look super weird sometimes!  So fun to watch. 

Last night sitting here at the hospital I put my foot up to tie my shoe and wow was my ankle swollen!  That’s the first I’ve seen any swelling.  I have a phone call in to my dr. this morning just to check in about it.  I know swelling at this stage of the game is completely normal but since I hadn’t had any at all yet and I’m stressed and tired and just blah this week I wanted to make sure it didn’t have anything to do with blood pressure or anything crazy.  So waiting for the call back, probably nothing but why risk it?  And the funny thing was when I took my shoes off back at our hospital hotel room – my shoes kept the swelling down in my feet so they completely normal, then there was my cankles, big and puffy! 

So today I am sitting with my feet up as much as possible. I look like a big lazy blimp sitting here in this waiting room, but too bad.  It’s amazing how quickly you get comfortable in here.  We have ‘our spot’, we call it the Wehr Camp.  We’ll be a bit upset if we come in someday and can’t sit here.  It’s our comfy place for now.

As for how my dad is doing, really well relatively speaking!  Instead of re-writing it all just go to his page, his name is Randy Wehr.  He’s the greatest guy you’ll ever meet, I promise.  You can tell by the comments we’ve received I’m not the only one who feels like this.

Oh boy, as I’m typing this some poor woman is crying uncontrollably.  It’s breaking my heart, not sure exactly what’s going on but it doesn’t sound good. I feel her pain. 

Well friends, I miss you.  I do.  I was telling Andy how hard it is to have such close friends who don’t live close for me to lean on for comfort in times like these.  But I do appreciate all the messages and prayers, please continue to pray for my dad!



  1. I've been keeping up with your posts on your dad's caring bridge page... thinking about you everyday sweet girl! I know it's hard but don't forget to take a little time to take care of yourself through this ordeal! xoxo

  2. Keep your feet up and rest as much as you can.
    Continuing prayers for you and your family!

  3. Make sure you take care of yourself and the baby!!! Rest, rest, rest!!! I am pretty sure your dad would you to do that, too. Still praying. Hoping for a good weekend for all of you.

  4. So glad the baby is doing well. Keep those feet up. Praying and thinking of your family always.

  5. Keep those feet up as much as possible!! And try to relax!!
    I'm hoping your dad has a great weekend. I feel awful for the poor lady who was crying!