I finished my 28th week of pregnancy in Warsaw, Poland and I can’t believe I am on my third trimester! The main thing we did was go to the gym every day, which felt great. However, I am having trouble bending over to put on my shoes now, haha!
How does a pregnant woman pack for a three month trip around the world? Well, everyone is different, but my computer and prenatal vitamins were my top priority. Here’s a list of everything I brought on our journey, including my favorite must-have items, and a few things I wish wouldn’t have brought.
I finished my 25th week of pregnancy in Italy where we did a lot of tourist sightseeing through four different cities. Do I have stretch marks? Do my clothes still fit? Did I buy maternity clothes? Do I feel the baby kicking? Find out in this week’s Prego Log!
It’s crazy to think six weeks ago when we we started our trip my belly was flat, and now I can barely see my toes! I have noticed when we go to a different city and I have to put on my backpack I can tell that my belly grew by the straps of the buckle—I can’t buckle it anymore and need to adjust it!
During my 20th week we were in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and had a more relaxed week than the previous weeks. The first couple days I didn’t work out because I had a small stomach bug. We kept things easy…
During my 19th week we were in Tonsai Bay, Thailand then spent the last two days in Krabi Town. The first couple days in Tonsai were awesome and gorgeous. We did a lot of activities and I felt great…
This week my baby bump got bigger, but it’s still crazy because I don’t feel like I am pregnant…it still doesn’t feel real! Maybe it’s because our last sonogram was four weeks ago? I can’t wait for my 20 week check-up here in Thailand!
Ashley and Patrick are a total badass power couple with similar goals in life. They love to be competitive and they make their long distance relationship work. They are capable of anything and both push themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally. Their long-distance relationship and similar mindset is truly inspiring.