Third Trimester Yo!

by | Feb 10, 2012 | PREGNANCY, BIRTH & BREASTFEEDING | 10 comments

29 weeks

29 weeks - 2
29 weeks - 3
Belly 4
Belly 5
At some point, you have to say to yourself, " I am nothing more than a walking set of knockers rivalled only by a gigantuan belly."

Also, you should think about getting your freaking roots done! What a disgrace.

I'm not even going to mention other body hair. Mostly because, frankly, I haven't seen my vajoots for months.

Don't forget I'm keeping a pregnancy diary over at Birth.com.au – click!

Hello friends

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I’m Angie!  I mum. I write. I wife. My husband would say this is the correct order.  He’s so neeeedy. I live with my family in Melbourne, Australia, where I complain about the weather for 90% of the year – but I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Except maybe in Lake Como, waving to my neighbours George and Amal each morning.

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10 Comments

  1. julie firkin

    Tidy yourself up girl! Sheesh!

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  2. Rae

    ” ” I am nothing more than a walking set of knockers rivalled only by a gigantuan belly.””
    It’s kind of true. But super cuuute knockers and super cuuute belly.

    The roots…. yours have got nuttin’ on mine (and i’m faaaar from preggas).

    And if you wannna go vag-gi-gi talk – then let’s talk ‘purple’. Mine always went purple. Weird but true.

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  3. melbo

    I loved little belly stage but big belly was daunting for me. Then there was that foot under my ribs that just wouldn’t quit.

    You look fabulous though, darlink. Not long now.

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  4. MJ

    Yep, on the home stretch now! Norshun is looking so neat and tidy in there.

    I LOVED having a belly, even at the big belly stage, despite the associated discomforts. Feel quite nostalgic looking at your lovely pics. x

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  5. Angie @ The Little Mumma

    Hmmm, mine could be purple but I just wouldn’t know…. Disturbing.

    Your roots are way lighter than mine, my sweet. I have accidental balayage going on here!

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  6. Angie @ The Little Mumma

    My hipbones are a springboard at this stage. Not cool, baby, not cool.

    I think I’m embracing the belly because it is my last time in all this blooming glory. But in saying that, I still have 10 weeks to go. Just how big can I get???

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  7. Angie @ The Little Mumma

    Yep. I heart the belly and feel some sadness that this is the last time.

    I’ll be meeting my baby pretty damn soon. Crazy!

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  8. MJ

    Meant to also say, don’t fret about the roots! I promise you my roots are much longer longer, but just the other day a hairdresser friend told me it’s the trend at the moment – that people pay good money to make it look this way. So there you go – we’re unintentionally on trend! x

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  9. Chasing Joy

    LOL at Vajoots. Never heard that term befoe. :-)Really nice pictures, so clear.

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