March 29, 2023

Pregnancy Journal – Part Three

Third trimester pregnancy journal

The third trimester is the most difficult one ! Why? Because you are huge and so ready to pop out. Each day you wait for the arrival of the baby. And you literally can’t see your feet. Haha ! This is my final post in the pregnancy journal where I have talked about my first and second trimesters already in my previous posts. My third trimester was great health wise, but it was very stressful because I learnt that my ICT is positive and my baby might be in danger. Click on the link below to know more.


third trimster

I am taking part in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge

How did you fare in your third trimester? Any tips for the expecting mums?


18 thoughts on “Pregnancy Journal – Part Three

  1. Left a comment on the other site twice but no luck- Congratulations! Good to know you had normal delivery. I am B -ve too and both my kids have + blood groups. Both my deliveries were induced one day past my due date and both were normal deliveries. Great tips for young mothers.

  2. I so agree! You are really waiting for the baby to come and at the same time dreading what you know to be the scariest thing to undergo. About feet, well, I was happy to not see mine anyway as they were swollen beyond recognition 🙂

  3. Good to know that things went well for you. I think all Trimesters are hard. Isn’t it? Pregnancy and child birth are not easy games 😉

  4. My heartburn started at the end of first trimester during the second pregnancy. Tiredness, backpain, and everything else that could be there was there. Third trimester is such a difficult time with hard to sleep and turn in the bed, and the constant anxiety. Good tips, Anchal. Liked how well you have written your experience. 🙂

  5. The third trimester is when you really start to feel the baby and cannot wait to hold it in your arms. The discomfort is a whole different story – the frequent visits to the loo through the night and waking up each time you turn! Glad it’s all over.

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