To add to my current list of anxiety and worry, I can now add a breech baby to my list. Thank you Anon commenter--I know I should relax and enjoy and stress less -- you advice is well received and much appreciated! I am doing much better at taking things in stride the last couple of weeks.
I went to my 28 week Midwife appointment yesterday. On my list of things to discuss with her were my 2nd trimester bout of the blues, constipation, and when babies get into the head down position (34 weeks or so).
You see, I had a strong feeling in my stomach (pun intended) that this little guy was facing the wrong way. She checked him, and he indeed is head up. Of course, there is PLENTY of time for him to turn and face down. But, from my day to day experiences with him--he seems to like being head up.
This is one active baby though, and most days he is alert and moving like crazy from 4-11pm. The midwife thought that perhaps the placental positioning was causing me to feel more movement that usual. But, alas--its anterior which typically allows you to feel less movement.
I am grateful that the wee one allows me to sleep very well, most nights I only wake to pee once. My overall comfort level lately is good. I attribute the additional comfort to the wide variety of yoga pants that I have recently acquired and wear on a daily basis without shame. And the ever growing pillow palace I sleep with. My back is starting to feel the pressure of the added weight, but I am hoping to continue to do Yoga and Stroller Strides to help alleviate my aches and pains.
I passed both of my glucose tests, so I can rest easy that I won't have to struggle with gestational diabetes. The only test left is the Beta-Strep. And now we move onto appointments every 2 weeks with the midwife.