How far along? 10 weeks today :)
Symptoms: nausea and exhaustion (I seriously am asleep, right along with the kiddos, every night by 8:30pm at the latest!)
Weight gain/loss: 0 lbs
Gender: too early to tell, but we aren't finding out anyway!!!!!!!!!! Surprise baby!!! :) We found out with both Manuel and Mia, and since this will be our last child (I can't imagine a 4th c-section) we figured this one should be a surprise!
Maternity clothes? not yet, although I'm not gonna lie, I wouldn't mind! :) Even though I haven't gained any weight yet, my stomach has definitely "bloated out" much quicker than with my first two, so some nice stretchy jeans would be nice! ;)
Sleep: Go to bed around 8:30-ish and then I'll randomly wake up around 3am with every possible thought known to man running through my head, and sometimes it takes a good hour before I can fall back asleep! :(
Food cravings/aversions: no craving, but as for aversions, pretty much EVERYTHING! I can eat something one day and then the next day even the thought of it could make me vomit!
Movement? I know they say it's too early, but I swear I feel something! :)
What I miss: a full nights sleep, having energy, and not being nauseous but I know, this too shall pass! :)
Best moment(s) this week: getting to see my sweet baby on the ultrasound in 3D! Oh, and making him/her Facebook and blog "official" ;)
What I'm looking forward to: getting my energy back
Next appointment: March 6th
Milestones: a little over an inch or so long, crown to bottom — and weighs less than a quarter of an ounce, your baby has now completed the most critical portion of his development. This is the beginning of the so-called fetal period, a time when the tissues and organs in his body rapidly grow and mature.
He's swallowing fluid and kicking up a storm. Vital organs — including his kidneys, intestines, brain, and liver (now making red blood cells in place of the disappearing yolk sac) — are in place and starting to function, though they'll continue to develop throughout your pregnancy. (via Baby Center)