I'm not that immobile either (well, tying shoelaces has become quite impossible), I've remained quite flexible so I think that helps with keeping busy and distracted. I'm loving the size of my bump now, and the feel of teeny elbows and feet pushing against my body feels like expressions of love to us from our new little friend, who's eager to meet us too.
This morning we had possibly our last midwife appointment where we went through our birth plan and found out the baby was very low down, yay! My sister India's back from Edinburgh for a little while on Friday, and we're all praying it comes while she's back so she can meet her niece or nephew while they're still brand new!
Our big ideas for this week are to finish painting rooms and furniture, spend time with my sisters who are off school for the easter break, cook some large meals so we can shove leftovers in the freezer and I'm going to work on a painting I've started while thinking about pregnancy and my ballooning belly. I also want to pick some more blossoms from the park and put them in jars all around the flat to keep us cheery now the sunshine's gone back into hiding.