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Well this was a long day (still no labor yet though!) I went in 4 times for my glaucoma screening tests. Everything looked fine, which isn't a big surprise at my age, but I'm happy to know that all is well nonetheless. It was easier to do before the baby comes, but still an ordeal with a 3 year old. My husband helped each time, so it all worked out. I am now officially no longer worried about the baby coming too early. My doctor's back in town, and everything is set for...whenever! I'm no longer taking it so easy, though I'm not lifting anything, I can now walk around as much as I want and get more done in preparation. The baby feels so big today, much bigger than a week ago, he feels like he's going to want more space to move soon. Thanks to everyone who has written wishing us luck!
I haven't been the best at replying to everyone's comments recently, but I shall, and thanks for reading!
I'm still in constant process of setting goals, and resetting goals. Right now my biggest goal is to eat more vegetables, and a bit more fruit. Leafy greens should be eaten at least daily and at every opportunity...I need to work on that. They provide Vitamin K, which is great for thin-blooded Os, as well as lutein and other nutrients that are good for the eyes, I bet there's something for every organ and system in a green leaf.
After a few weeks of not really being able to do much cooking, I have a lot of catching up to do.