I think the tiredness is my most annoying symptom so far and the nausea is next runner up. I just want to keep on going but there are frequent drawbacks such as to stop to catch my breath; to stop to pee; to just take a break and so on. So chores has gone for a few hours to forever but hey for this little one it is well worth it.
One thing I realize since this little munchkin has been growing in my belly is how even more important I value family. I catch myself thinking far ahead like how I will raise this little one; if I could teach him/her to be as mature and independent. If I will home school? If he/she will get sick of hearing about the amazing things God has done in our lives. Sometimes, I break into little exciting memories of my childhood, some of the games we (my siblings and I) played, I have been writing them down as I remember them, because I want to capture as much as I can to share with my child. Especially, since I have no pictures, oh this kid is going to think mummy is so old since there were no cameras during her time :) I have also been surfing the web for books I loved to read growing up; and men I came across some folk tales I wrote down as a kid and I can't wait to share. I hope my children embrace all of their heritage like I do; I hope they have a wonderful childhood.