So tomorrow I have my 28 week appt with my midwife... I find out my glucose results and I'm a little concerned... I think just because it's a test that I've had to wait for the results and because GD is one of those conditions you can have and not even really realize it. I am also a little nervous to find out if I'm still measuring big... I know when I ovulated, so I know my due date. It's not like it's a best guess. I'm just concerned that if they say I'm measuring like 2 or 3 weeks ahead, they're going to want to change my due date, and I don't want to be induced at like 36 weeks because they think I'm full term. I know at 36 weeks babies are usually fine, I guess my issue is more the induction than anything else... If at all possible, I want to go into natural labor. I can only imagine that the reason for higher c-sect rates with inductions is because your body just isn't ready yet.
Other than that, I'm feeling pretty good! Getting into crunch time! I'm officially in the third trimester! I have a friend's bachelorette party this weekend, then in 3 weeks I have my baby shower with family, and I'm soooo hoping to have the nursery done soon. Hubby keeps saying he's going to rip the carpet up in there, but he just keeps stalling/getting sidetracked. I'm so proud of him, he has gotten so many projects done, that I can't be mad. He's been wonderful. But the nursery and replacing our front door are my main concerns right now. I really want the floors done in the nursery so I can just start placing stuff. I'm hoping that after my family shower, I'll be able to at least partially organize that room. I'm not expecting to get too many big items, but I'm hoping to get some gift cards so I can get our crib and travel system and things like that. My mom and MIL are getting my pack n play for me, so that's awesome and a huge weight off my shoulders to know it will be bought. That's actually more important to me than the crib right now, just because I know for the first few months I want the baby to sleep in our room with us, to make breastfeeding/nighttimes easier.