28 Weeks and a maternity tour

I was able to do Zumba class this week with no pain so yay! I also did a home workout with Hector and my nephew. They started to work out in the backyard this week and it's the cutest. Even our dog Ace joins in the fun and runs ONE lap with them lol. 

Tons of baby shower planning, homework, a hair appointment and a maternity tour kept me busy this week. 

The tour was pretty great as it was very informational. The nurse who showed us around was great too, I wish I could request to have her for my birth haha. There were about 100 people there, and some were second or third time parents so I tried to squish in all the way to the front. Hector told me to slow down but I just wanted to make sure I got all the information! 

Hey, I'm a first time mom. I have NO clue what I'm doing or what to expect so at least having some information on things to come eases my anxiety. We visited the NICU, the delivery rooms, saw where the OR's for C-sections were at (obviously couldn't go in), were told where and how to pre-register, how to get the best bang for our buck with cafeteria food (apparently, you can prepay for all the days you will be in and then they just deliver your food to the room? IDK, thought that was weird) and they told us where to park and which way to enter. Pretty sure all that info will go out the window on the actual D-day but it doesn't hurt to know. I was really excited for my hair appointment because I wanted a change. I went darker, with less highlights but with lighter face-framing pieces. If you're in South Florida, in the Boca Raton area, I recommend Muse Hair Salon and definitely ask for Julia

1 comment:

  1. Ohhh I wanna see your new hair!! Also, FTMs get all the passes to be crazy! They don't really do hospital tours here in Amsterdam (especially since so many people give homebirths) so I bet it was nice to put some of your mind at ease!

    If you have any questions, I'm a FTM too and I'm happy to help :)


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