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October 05, 2006

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Laine

You're so cute! I can see your feet and your green flip-flops! Glad you're feeling better. Keep the pictures coming!

Ronica

I miss you and I wish I could be there to see these changes. What an incredible time. I can't wait until you visit! We're already planning...

Keep the photos coming! And I'm loving the coloring--so neat to see. Even your new profile shot looks just somehow different--healthy, happy. Love it.

HUGS!!!

Nicole

It was almost at the end of my pregnancy at a birthing class that the sage femme mentioned that there was an osteopath that worked with the clinic, focusing her work exclusively on pregnant women and young babies. I had been suffering on and off from joint pain for months and just sort of accepted it but it had suddenly gotten worse so I made an appointment. Honestly, I felt completely stupid because it worked so well and I could have had a much nicer pregnancy if I hadn't been such a martyr. Even if you aren't debilitated by pain right now, you might want to try and find an osteopath in your neighborhood that focuses on pregnancy because later on when things get more uncomfortable, it will be a life-saver. I also had my baby visit my osteopath twice after birth to have her "manipulate" the skull bones that had gotten very squished during birth and apparently, she helped the baby relieve the stress from the birth (I am a bit of a disbeliever as far as this goes but the baby was much calmer afterwards). Anyways, this is one of those Frenchie things that I learned too late to really take advantage of so I am passing it on to you!

Serena

You look smashing : )

cara

hip ache is so something i am not going to miss when this little one finally comes out! i was also a stomach sleeper and found it really hard to adjust to sleeping on my sides, especially my left side which all the books say is preferable. i find i can't breathe very well that way. i did buy one of those long pillows (traversin - about 5 feet long) and that helps the hips some nights when i put one leg up and over it.
i also heard good things about osteopaths from a french cousin, but couldn't find one here in corsica.

The Bold Soul

I get those shooting pains between my shoulder blades and I'm not even pregnant. They suck.

d

Wow congrats! Fellow preggo here also living in France. I am 26 weeks along, and I know what you are going through!

All the best for you and your baby!

NessieNoodle

I haven't stopped by in awhile... (although I keep up on flickr, at least I thought)
congrats on the "bump"! that is very exciting.
Yoga is perfect for you! (I teach, I can't help being excited when people sya they practice)
big hugs to you and your growing family.

NessieNoodle

I haven't stopped by in awhile... (although I keep up on flickr, at least I thought)
congrats on the "bump"! that is very exciting.
Yoga is perfect for you! (I teach, I can't help being excited when people sya they practice)
big hugs to you and your growing family.

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