Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Baby, Oh Baby....

Oopps... what I am going to post today might turn the guys off!! hahaha.... well, this post is for ladies "eyeing" only but if u guys can give some friendly advice, please do so....

My fren is in her full bloom pregnancy now, anytime now, another new creation will come out into this world. She is in her 40th week and according to the doctor, her baby now weighs around 4.1 kg!! Doc also said that her pelvic bone is not ready yet ... sigh.. Poor young mama, she is so anxious to see her little girl and she feels so "heavy" nowadays...

This afternoon while chatting with her to take away her "blues", we took some pictures, just for rememberance and what her legs are "suffering" at this moment... tell me, mama-s here, do your feet swollen during the later stage of pregnancy? I forgot about mine ... so many decades ago...


her full bloom...
baby comfortably "swimming" inside her womb


her poor swollen feet....
poor mama-to-be


my fleshless foot compared to hers...

(sorry guys, told u not to see this post, didn't I?)
ladies' topic.. lol...

31 comments:

  1. That's why I always impressed with pregnant woman..always.

    I'm pretty scared when it come to this issue. I saw video showing how hard a mummy want to give birth..deliver newborn is not easy.. T__T

    just hope your friend will deliver her baby safely. my pray for her! =)

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  2. Oh yess... It's happened to me...This will happen when almost the deliver time.. on the 9 month.. It will disappear after deliver.. Imagine, I was size 6 before.. changed to size 8!! Doc will advice to put leg higher than body level when sleeping time... I did but it will still swollen.. She have to put her leg high even when she is sitting down..

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  3. thanks for yr wishes Zara... women are created for this special mission.. :)

    Cath J, u too? swollen legs? i told her to put her legs up... but in the office, susah sikit.. only at home.. she said now like elephant legs..haha.. yeah, not to worry, will go back to normal soon...

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  4. oh dear.. thank goodness i was not bloated when i was preggie! makes u feel thankful you are done and over and now enjoying your three kids arent you? LOL..

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  5. Oh.. I was not bloated like this.. over 4kg? Salute your colleague la..

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  6. Hi Claire thanks for dropping a message in my tagboard. Was here today visiting u back. Am starving looking at your wanton and dumpling...Hmmmmp miss the food in Singapore. I had been to Malaysia before with my employer. My employer's hubby is from Penang!

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  7. Wow... looks like you're almost there... congratulations to your new baby...

    Wish you a healthy baby!!!

    O_o
    Things I got from the Net!!!

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  8. hello teknisyan.. not my baby, wooooi.. i m almost a grandmother la.. :)
    a perils a mum to be has to go thru..

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  9. I never had swollen feet during my pregnancies... Wait...4.1kg?? *pengsan*

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  10. Hmmm...guess most pregnant women had that experience. That is really sad to see but, she will endure it.

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  11. haha..pengsan chor... yeah, 4.1 kg according to the gynae.. my fren is almost like dragging her feet.. "baby, oh baby, when r u coming out?"

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  12. Congratulations to the mother to be!

    Yes being pregnant is not easy.. though I have yet to go through it but I really wish it would of been easier... Guys have it easy and the woman have to go through the pain and when the child is out, she still have to do more! pfft! My future husband better help else I throw him out the window! hahaha.

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  13. I remembered my feet size went up from size 8 to 9 during the last few months of pregnancy. I can to buy a new pair of sandals otherwise I had no shoes for work. After Ashleigh was born, when I left the hospital, I could not wear the shoes anymore - too big! Yes, feet up, cut down on salt as well.

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  14. wah..ladyviral, so fierce ah? ooopss for yr husband to be, better ask not to play play.. must help help.. yeah, it takes 2 to build up a happy home..

    hi charming mama, thanks for the tips, feet up and less salt.. she didnt know she has to hold up her feet same level with her body.. she told me she just put her feet up on a low stool!! haizzz...

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  15. Hats off for all the pregant ladies outthere, remember this"the hands that rock the cradle rule the world"

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  16. hey claire, ur fren eh baby is really keng leh with the weight of 4.1kg !

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  17. fuwah! her foot like kena stung by a bee. i never experience that in all my 4 pregnancies.

    i see her tummy, i feel heavy and tired...fast fast lar explode. lol.

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  18. Doc didn't scold? So overweight? No diabetes, no high blood pressure...ok lah! This one's going to have a girl?

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  19. 4.1kg in just 40weeks of pregnancy..OMG. But the good things is, they both healthy.. not easy to be a mum.. thanks mum!

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  20. Wow. That's a huge baby. Ryan was only 2.2kg when he arrived on the 34th week. My wife's leg was only slightly swollen towards the final months of pregnancy. Putting her legs up did help. Always salute mommies for the period that they go through during pregnancy. I was with my wife in the delivery room. Was excited, scared and anxious at the same time. But, the moment when Ryan came out, priceless!

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  21. i did experience swollen legs during my pregnancy but not as bad as your friend. i cushioned my legs with a pillow to elevate their level when i sleep at nite but i often end-up with muscle cramps in the morning...:)

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  22. Michelle, my buddy said her feet look like baby elephant..

    yes, stp, thank God, no such "frens" such as u mentioned were with her...

    c.alv & Daddy Ryan, she is going to have a big baby, yes.. she eats like normal..maybe due both husband and wife's physical appearance.. :) anyway, we pray for smooth delivery for the baby girl...

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  23. What a big baby! Gosh...hope she can deliver. Mine not that swollen when i was pregnant. Lucky she has no high blood or pre eclampsia. Good luck to her.

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  24. gosh i remembered how i ballooned up in my pregnancy too... and same thing.. pelvic was too small for delivery so got to go emergency C-section.. but things have a way of working out. tell her don't worry. the man up there takes care of everything.

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  25. That's why people said: "heaven there below the mother's feet."

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  26. wow, the baby weighs 4 kilo already? *pengsan*

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  27. wow, the baby weighs 4 kilo already? *pengsan*

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  28. yeah..barb...the doc said she is...
    no chubs, she doesnt have edema..what is edema btw?

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  29. She suppose to be delivering in 2 weeks time. Ask her to ready. But my baby was overdue for 2 weeks.. Not sure why, maybe he wanted to sleep longer inside there..lol

    See my wife leg too in my post: http://khchuang888.blogspot.com/2009/05/leg-pitting-edema-cause-by-pregnancy.html

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  30. My gynae told me that my baby weight was 3.5kg but then my boy came out 4.08kg @ normal birth and took me 11 hrs to push him out!!

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