A couple weeks ago my then-39 weeks pregnant friend Emily took a measurement of her belly and put a picture of it up on twitter. It measured a little more than 47 inches around, and I was like HOLEEEEE CRAP. That’s gigantic. Yesterday I grabbed a measuring tape and wrapped it around my belly. I figured if Emily was 47 inches at 39 weeks, I’d be around, oh, 37 – 38 inches at 29 weeks.
I measured about 87 times because ohmigah. I knew my belly was measuring big but Dr. Risky speaks in centimeters and that might as well be German. This is America, I don’t speak metric! (But my measuring tape also has centimeters on it, and did you know how SMALL 10cm is? I am so glad she’s not coming out that way.)
Now we know WHY Binky is measuring so big. Earlier this week I took the gestational diabetes test, and it turns out I failed. No shock there since I also had gestational diabetes with Madeline. Dr. Risky’s nurse called me at home on Tuesday to give me the results, and told me that the doctor would go over everything with me at my appointment on Wednesday. So, I started planning my final fun meals, but SOMEONE had OTHER ideas. Someone named Mike. He had to be all responsible and insist I start my diabetic diet immediately. So he made me a dinner of steamed healthy things.
I don’t know what any of this is.
Being healthy is no fun.
My appointment with Dr. Risky was otherwise uneventful. I lost half a pound (see what happens when I go without sugar for 24 hours!) but everything else checked out well. I see a nutritionist on Friday and she is going to help me figure out a diet plan. Because I still have my nausea and, ahem, regurgitation issues, she has her work cut out for her.
I picked up my glucometer and test strips after my appointment.
Starting Thursday morning, I will test my fasting blood sugar as soon as I wake up, then test an hour after breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I only have experience testing on my fingers, but I think those will get sore quickly so I’ll have to explore some of the other approved testing areas (forearm, thigh, etc).
Yeah, it kind of sucks that I can’t stuff my face with Christmas cookies and pies, but it’s only for a couple more months and HOPEFULLY the diabetes will be diet controlled and won’t require insulin shots. And, it goes away after Binky is born, so I am lucky and can’t complain.
So, who wants to guess how many inches my stomach will be in two months? Only 17.5 inches until my belly circumference matches my height.
My first baby was almost 10 pounds. My tummy measured 57 1/2 inches the day before he was born. I’m only 61 inches tall! Carried him ALL in front and never had a single back pain. People just stared in wonder when they saw me. So odd…daughter was different but she was 3 weeks early weighing only 7″6′. Last time I measured with her I was at 48. Kids…the things they make us do with measuring tape
OH. MY. GOSH. Were you ever tempted to fall forward onto your belly to see if you’d bounce back? Not that I would be…
catherine lucas says:
That food does look pretty disgusting, so it must be healthy…
Sorry Mike, there was no other way of saying it… I wonder why they don’t make healthy food more appealing in appearance.
On your way to a healthy baby!
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Kate @ UpsideBackwards says:
No more cream buns But Mike’s right – it’s important for you to stay healthy! And you can catch up after Binky’s born in another 11 weeks or so (hear me, Binky? no coming early just so Mama can have a lollipop! She doesn’t want one *that* much) I’m sure family and friends will gladly make Christmas cookies and pies in February or March for you.
.-= Kate @ UpsideBackwards´s last blog ..Herding cats would be easier =-.
Ha! I’ve been living in Germany quite awhile and I still don’t ‘get’ centimeters. I barely ‘get’ Celsius, but since I work outside a lot, it kind of helped me to figure temps out. … Sorry about the diet. I know you probably know this, but be careful about the artificial sweeteners, too. I got really sick from aspartame, but I way over-did it by anyone’s standards. But do be careful with it. And I hope Mike doesn’t make you eat cauliflower!!!! That would make me reeeaaally sorry for you.
Oops. Just noticed as I was leaving the Site the title of this post. I hadn’t thought of the title when I wrote this comment and I know you weren’t planning on really going heavy on the Splenda/etc. I was just being over-protective because I really did get sick from artificial sweeteners and knowing you can’t have sugar anymore, I was a bit quick with the advice. (Still hope you don’t have to eat cauliflower!!!).
I will definitely stay away from cauliflower! And thank you for the advice about the artificial sweetner, I didn’t know that could happen.
dysfunctional mom says:
I will happily eat your share of holiday yummies.
you’re too good to me!
Yeah. I had gestational diabetes when I was pregnant – what a drag. It’s so funny now – whenever any of my pregnant friends are nearing that 28 week mark and the GD testing time, they start asking me a bunch of questions, basically trying to determine that I MUST have been feeling sick or otherwise had SOME indication that I had GD (therefore clearing themselves of any possibility of having it). When I tell them that no, I didn’t really know, I had no symptoms, they are not happy at all. Then I assure them that I was one of the lucky less than 10% who get it, and I am sure they don’t. Which they never do.
It sucks, but at least you know how to approach it. When they told me I had it it was at least a week before I saw a nutritionist, and I had NO IDEA how to approach the whole thing. I was afraid to eat anything! Good luck!
xo from CT,
.-= amanda´s last blog ..My weekend in review =-.
The first time I got it I had no symptoms either! This time, though, I had ALL of them. Or maybe I was just trying to prepare myself for the inevitable.
Lynn from For Love or Funny says:
Dang. Regurge, nausea, blot clotting issues, and now diabetes? Running a daily marathon is easier than pregnancy.
Eating a cookie for you…
.-= Lynn from For Love or Funny´s last blog ..It’s a wrap =-.
I agree! xoxo Heather.
Alexandra :) says:
At least you don’t have to worry now about Binky being too small!!! Sorry about the diabetes, though. My sister has it. It can be a pain.
Your tummy is adorable!
Have any of your doctors mentioned Agave Nectar as a sweetener? It’s like honey in consistency. You can use it for baking.
My partner is diabetic and agave works really well for him. It’s a slow metabolizing sugar, super slow. So it doesn’t spike blood sugar levels.
We grabbed some at Costco a month ago and love it. May be worth asking the docs about. I’m so sorry you have to go through GD but couldn’t be happier for your pregnancy
I asked the nutritionist about it today and she said it’s great, so thank you for the tip!
Yay, for Mike in taking control of your diet, dinner looks, um, delicious. We will eat your share and then some of holiday cookies, and will gladly ship some new ones to you, if you like, after the Binky is born.
You’re an amazing person. Thank you for sharing your life with us each week. Some days you have me laughing my butt off and other days you have me in tears. Thank you thank you thank you for sharing your beautiful daughter Maddy and your new binky with the world! You’ve touched more people than you know.
nic @mybottlesup says:
eh… diabetic eating does NOT sound appealing. sorry hun. my mom had gestational diabetes with my brother and has since been obsessed with cottage cheese (which grosses me out). she said she was only allotted 4 grapes per day.
it’s cute to see how carefully mike is taking care of his ladies. so sweet…
continued well wishes, even if you have to eat whatever was on that plate (the broccoli was all i could recognize).
.-= nic @mybottlesup´s last blog ..“Rate that bottle” GIVEAWAY!!! =-.
That is the cutest pregnant belly I’ve ever seen! It looks like a perfectly round ball of baby. Mine travelled around to the back, and up and down, and…well, you get it, I’m sure.
there’s a reason I cropped my butt out of the picture!
you’ve really run the gammut of Preg. complication issues. WOW. Daily shots, then blood sugar sticks- you’ll have no idea how to get through a day w/o a needle stick after all this. (well, I’m sure you’ll adjust to that nicely). So sorry about the GD diagnosis. I had it with baby #2, it is a pain. And he STILL came out big with a well controlled diet/exercise and monitored log book. Those first few weeks of monitoring my dr asked me if they were starving me b/c I didn’t gain wt for several weeks. But I think the final 2-3 wks I let things relax a little bit, and had a 10lb baby to show for it. There are some good lessons I learned during that diet that I should be using now. And I wish someone had told me when I asked that I could do the blood sugar test someone other than my fingertips. 12 weeks of that was a drag. good luck!
.-= Janeen´s last blog ..A Patron of the Arts =-.
“Diabeetus testing supplies” – LOL!!!
Ugh, I hated the diabetic diet. But it’s only for a few more weeks… not that that makes the diet any more appealing while you try to eat it. I will think of you this Christams and eat your share of cookies too!
.-= charlane´s last blog ..A Pre-Christmas Gift =-.
make sure you eat some with sprinkles, those are my favorite.
I WISH you were kidding…I can not believe that you have GD on top of everything else. Man, that is a drag. Why can’t this be easy for you???
Sounds like Mike is right on it, though. Take good care of yourself.
Mike is a good man! Eating healthy does suck but it can be fun too. Just gotta find the foods you like
.-= Heather´s last blog ..car lag? =-.
( ( hugs ) ) sorry about the diabetic diet. I was on it with my second pregnancy. If you use sugar substitutes, you might want to try Truvia or some other substitute made out of Stevia. I think it’s the safer than artificially made substitutes. People have been chewing on Stevia leaves for ages.
I asked my nutritionist about this today and she said it was good, so thanks for the tip!
I had gestational diabetes too – and I found out right before Thanksgiving.
*Poof* all my peppermint cocoa dreams went right out the window and my holiday season was filled with steamed veggies and plain chicken. Phooey.
I DID end up on insulin, and honestly it was not the bad, you just do what you have to do….so don’t worry yourself over it.
Hang in there lady! steamed broccoli is good, steamed broccoli is good…Ommmmmmmmmm
I don’t mind the broccoli, but the other stuff on the plate was BLECH!
Aunt Becky says:
Steamed food is so BORING. Blech. I’m sorry.
.-= Aunt Becky´s last blog ..Sunny, With A Chance Of Tutu’s =-.
Shannon Kieta says:
Oh Heather,I was that way with BOTH my kiddos. I had to use the glucometer through my WHOLE pregnancy with Abbie. It sucked! But it did go away after she was born. I passed out cold at the testing where they give you the glucola to drink. Hell, I used to make fun of people who used to get sick from those tests. I would say, “What babies!” It’s so different when the shoe is on the other foot! Hang in there mama, not long now. I am going to guess … 21.5 cm
Uggghhh – really? I’m sorry – hopefully your diabeetus is easily regulated and you dot have to add insulin to the daily regime!!
You’d be surprised what is sugar-free nowadays and doesn’t taste like it. Hopefully it will be a quick – and uneventful – few weeks and will be back to cream puffs and cookies as usual!
you’re right – I already found some yummy sugar-free candy! Because that’s what’s important, right?
I had an early GD diagnosis – my due date is about a week before yours. I’ve been testing since early August. Blergh. But, I wanted to say, my fingers are still doing fine for me and most of the time, it doesn’t hurt at all.
Also: Heavy whipping cream in a can = no carbs!!!! It’s my savior, considering I love me some sweets.
I am going to buy a can of this immediately!!!
Make sure that Mike realizes that no sweets for you means no sweets for him, too.
I totally stayed away from the measuring tape when I was pregnant. I see pictures and say holy havana! But, glad you’re continuing to get big. That’s a good sign, right?
Good luck on the additional poking and bloodletting. Why don’t you go ahead and order the 10 pies now to be delivered to your hospital room for after Binky is born?
SERIOUSLY! I will eat all 10 pies before I’m out of recovery.
Do you prick the side of your fingertip? The very tip, the top, will hurt bc all the nerves are there. The side is much better. I’m a diabetic and it sucks balls but it’s manageable.
Thinking about you always.
oh yeah, I remember that from last time. Still stings a bit but it’s so much better than the sensitive pads of my fingers!
It is cute and sweet that Mike was looking out for you, although I’m sure one last sugar loaded meal would have been nice!!
Love and hugs.
.-= Lisa´s last blog ..It’s December, Already! =-.
Oh geez, while that sucks, I had to laugh at your “Diabeetus” picture. I had GD with my second and when I found out I told my husband to call Wilford Brimley and start ordering my diabeetus supplies. You find humor where you can, I guess!
.-= Heather´s last blog ..High Hopes =-.
We have a kinship with The Brim and his Diabeetus mustache!
Glad that Binky is growing, I’m not quite sure I could stomach any of what is on that plate, but good luck! I hope your gestational diabetes is diet controlled to, no need for more shots! God Bless.
That totally sucks, or so I’ve heard; not that I have personal experience, thank God.
That’s the cutest belly shot EVAH!
.-= jen´s last blog ..sweet success =-.
Yep, the good ole diabetic diet. They tested me at 16 weeks with baby #2 so I had to start the diet early… between that and surgery to have a stent placement in my kidney at 24 weeks, I ended up losing weight during the pregnancy. Now, if only I could eat that healthy when I’m not pregnant, LOL! You look great
Oh my gosh! That stinks, diabetes AND surgery! You poor thing.
I had GD with my youngest. Like a previous poster, friends ask me all the time what my “symptoms” were, um, none LOL. It’s a little bit of a pain getting used to the diet, but once you do, its not a big deal at all. Just watch the carbs. I was able to control my glucose levels completely through diet and a nightly dose of Glyburide as I couldn’t get my fasting under 100 without it. You can occasionally have a sweet, just watch what you eat before and after and its for such a short time. I freaked out after the news, but settled in after a week or so. Good luck and healthy eating!
I am feeling so much more confident about my ability to control this when I read comments like this one! Thank you!
Alicia @ bethsix says:
THAT is one sad plate of diabeetus food.
I have experienced the same giant belly syndrome in all my pregnancies. I’m guessing 46 inches…?
.-= Alicia @ bethsix´s last blog ..Osteria #Best09 =-.
Katie C. says:
Haha “Diabeetus” made me laugh. My sister is Type 1 diabetic, and we always laugh at the Wilford Brimley “Check you blood sugar and check it often” commercials. But listen to Wilford – check your sugar a LOT and take care of yourself. It is tough work, but my sister got through two pregnancies being Type 1 – if she can do it, you can, too!
WOW! Your sister is awesome!
Katie C. says:
She is, Heather… she and I have a contentious relationship at times, but sometimes when I want to scream because she and I are arguing about something, I think about all the things she has been through in life. She almost died at age 4 when she became diabetic and the doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong (my mom ended up figuring out the diagnosis), and she has dealt with various other immune system disorders, including alopecia (she lost all of her hair at age 18, and it has never grown back). I remember when her first-born daughter was born five years ago, and she came out with a head full of black hair, my sister cried because she had been irrationally worried that her baby wouldn’t have hair. When her son was born 3 years later, also perfectly healthy, I realized what a miracle my sister was! She has a lot of strength of spirit and monitors her diseases very closely. (She has an insulin pump that makes things a lot easier on her now).
I’m praying for you during your pregnancy! I am sure you will do wonderfully! You also have a strong fighting spirit!
I read another blog where he calls it “the beedies” which always makes me smile.
Glad you’re being carefully watched. Hopefully the nutritionist can help figure out meals that look a little more… interesting.
.-= J´s last blog .. =-.
Shannon Olgin says:
It makes me so happy to see your belly getting bigger. That means Binky is getting bigger and bigger, and you will be taking her home a few days after her birth.
Keep on growing,
If you’re belly is 45 inches now…I’m gonna guess 5 more by the time lil’ Binky is out.
So excited for you, Heather. Can’t wait to see Binky!
.-= Kittay´s last blog ..Crack! =-.
cindy w says:
Ok, I’m clearly weird because I think the fish and broccoli looks pretty good. But yeah, I can’t imagine being on a no-sugar diet over Christmas. That’s going to be rough.
You know, they make some sort of Splenda-type thing for baking, so maybe you could make your own diabetes-friendly Christmas cookies? Or would that just make you miss the real thing even more?
But hey, big belly = big baby. Grow, Binky, grow!
.-= cindy w´s last blog ..this is why I don’t drink beer anymore =-.
this is where the ultimate battle will begin…my laziness toward baking vs. my desire for something that tastes sweet. It will be epic.
Momma Uncensored says:
i too fear the brim. the wilford brimley. hopefully i won’t turn into a weeble again.
Heather I guess your belly will be 57 inches :). My mother developed gestational diabetes for my youngest sister and it never went away after she gave birth. My sister developed it and it went away. Here’s hoping that all will continue well for you and Binky. No more sugar but at least you are doing everything possible so that Binkt can have a great start. Like you said a few more months and then you can hold your precious bundle of joy!
eek! I really hope mine goes away again!
I kind of have this urge to just lay my head on your belly. I think it’s adorable, but I hope you aren’t too uncomfortable. I’ll give up sugar too, if that’ll help! Solidarity, sister!
.-= Kellee´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday and Love Thursday =-.
you can lay your head on my belly anytime – but don’t give up the sugar! That would be wrong.
I can’t even imagine what your daily regimen looks like! So many pills and needles and . . . but all for a good cause.
There’s a trick to testing your sugars so your fingers don’t get sore (my little bro is a type 1 and I test myself every now and then). There are clusters of nerves on your fingers that if you can avoid, it heals up and doesn’t even really hurt much.
And Splenda’s brown sugar blend isn’t bad at all– still some carbs but if you mix it in cookies you can’t really taste the difference too much.
I am going to show Mike this comment and make him test his blood sugar!
Lindsay from Florida says:
“And, it goes away after Binky is born, so I am lucky and can’t complain.”
I think you’re a saint.
i failed my one hour. i’m going to take my 3 hour on monday. so stressed about the possibility of failing that i have been eating sugar non-stop. i’m so screwed, aren’t i?
and that dinner. ugh. makes me not want to go and take the test. at. all.
.-= jen´s last blog ..almost there … =-.
good luck! Let me know how it goes!
While that was super sweet of Mike to make you then dinner, I would fear that it will trigger your gag reflex. It did mine.
.-= Lindsey´s last blog ..Oh, right! My barren womb! =-.
My gpa had the diabeetus – called it that too – I was confused when I heard diabeetees the first time.
I’m sorry you keep dealing with so much. But please, do be very careful with your Gestational Diabetes, because it doesn’t always necessarily go away after pregnancy, and the chances are greater that you’ll get it again sometime in your life if you got GD with every pregnancy. I didn’t know I was diabetic, but because of my family history of it, they tested me when I first found out I was pregnant and then it was super scary to have to deal with all this craziness at once – shots, testing, eating well. It was worth it to me though, because I wanted to have a healthy baby. Unfortunately, I miscarried, and now I am having a harder and harder time trying to conceive because of having diabetes. It’s hard to read people’s comments about “aww, no more cookies or pie” and stuff like that because I know they’re trying to make light of the situation, but it really is hard. I know that my situation is not entirely like yours, but I’m just letting you know that GD can affect sooo much in your pregnancy and I’m hoping the best for you. You’ve only got 11 weeks to go, and that is awesome! I’d give anything to be pregnant again, and I know (and hope) my time will come again, but until then, I’m wishing you all the luck in the world
I’m so sorry A! I have my fingers crossed that you’ll be pregnant again very soon. My heart goes out to you.
Anna Marie says:
Jeepers Heather, that baby must be laying in there sideways! Are her little feet tickling your navel?
I’m thinking she might be sideways, too. She kicks EVERYTHING though…lots of somersaulting going on it there.
I was tagged as a gestational diabetic 3 days before Thanksgiving last year. I had your same testing schedule, and I pretty much pass out at needles – the forearm testing is incredibly easy and not at all painful. (Plus, I had to do testing in my classroom during class, and I decided that getting chalk dust or overhead marker into any fingertip testing sites = ICKY.)
Yeah, that food does not look good. Mike grilled or broiled is also heathy. Good luck with the new diet (hopefully you won’t need MORE shots). Wishing all of you well.
Ugh… GD sucks. I had it with the twins. For me, it was a 2 edged sword. It sucked because well, GD sucks. But since I delivered very preterm (27w5d), the fact that the babies were bigger was a blessing. Instead of 1 pound babies, I had a 2lb13oz and a 2lb5oz. Because GD doesnt normally start impacting a baby’s blood sugar until 28w, they actually had no sugar issues, which was wonderful.
I remember the diet though… Yuck….
.-= Michele´s last blog ..Announcements =-.
I know what you mean – I think the GD helped Madeline be 3 pounds 1 ounce when she was born.
I am going to plead the fifth on guessing. I will go with, you look amazing. Yep, that is my final answer.
Sorry about the no sugar thing. Blech.
.-= Issa´s last blog ..Not so popular, but what’s popular? =-.
I just failed my 1 hr glucose test. I got a 160. I have to take the 3 hour on saturday. I’m hoping I pass that one! I really really don’t want to give up my 1 coke a day!!! LOL
.-= Kim´s last blog ..28 weeks 6 days =-.
Good luck tomorrow! Let me know how it goes!
well i passed the first 2 tests with flying colors.
fasting – 88
1 hr – 160
but the last two went something like this
2 hr – 150 (which is the cut off)
3 hr – 143 (cut off is 140)
so i guess i failed by 3 stupid points? Not sure the dr and the hi -risk dr are going to go over the results and tell me what they decide to do.
.-= Kim´s last blog ..We have an end date! =-.
Michelle Pixie says:
Have you tried Stevia? I have a stack of little packets staring me in the face but I haven’t tried them yet not quite ready to give up the sugar. I am sorry you have to deal with this but I am curious if the dietician comes up with something you can eat and enjoy! Your baby belly is beautiful! And I was never brave to measure my bumps but I was looking at a picture from last Christmas and HOLY CRAP I was HUGE!!
.-= Michelle Pixie´s last blog ..Thank You =-.
The dietitian was a HUGE help – and I asked her about stevia, so thanks for the tip!
Tilapia, broccoli and cheese? I bet I’m right, lots of boring food around here
Ok, when this girl is born I will send you some chocolate dipped homemade marshmallows (unless you’re one of those weirdos that doesn’t like marshmallows and in that case I will send you something equally sugary sweet and yummy but will have to reconsider our friendship) to reward you for your diligence in having NO SWEETS this holiday.
Oh, I measured 46 cm (pubic bone to top of uterus) at 36 weeks with my 9lb. 3oz. boy. He was my first VBAC…yeah, NOT my c-section baby, she was little. har.
.-= Kim´s last blog ..I’m Gettin’ Nuttin’ For Christmas =-.
I’m drooling just thinking about your homemade marshmallows! I can’t wait!
And yes – you got all the foods correct!
Expat Mom says:
You’d be amazed at what can fit through 10 cm.
I don’t envy your meal in that photo, but I’m sure the nutritionist will be able to help you come up with some awesome meal ideas, it can’t all be steamed broccoli and fish . . . and if it is, just think how Binky is going to arrive, practically pumping iron with her amazing biceps!
Hang in there with the gestational diabetes! It reallyt was a pesky thing to constantly monitor blood sugar and modify the die. I was able to control it with diet, and the baby was healthy. I felt great after delivery, and my son had no complications thank God.
You can do it!
BTW your belly is beautiful
Oh god, I just had horrible flashbacks of my gestational diabeetus diet. I was so freaking miserable. Nobody should tell a pregnant woman that they can’t eat whatever they want to eat! I am so so so sorry that you found out JUST before Christmas. Not cool!
I did discover that the more protein I ate, the more carbs I could sneak in! Pizza? Sure! As long as I ate a bunch of chicken wings too!
Wowee. You still look great, though–clearly you’re all baby!
Sorry about the diabetes. No fun.
I think I might need to start calling it that: diabeetus. Everyone around me will be all “Huh?” “DIABEEETUS!”
Best of luck with GD!
.-= Alison´s last blog ..100th Post and I’m a Winner! =-.
I had the diabeetus with both my boys, too. I think it is awesome that Mike made you some…um…..”steamed healthy things”. My husband pretty much said, “Good luck with that!” and went back to eating his ice cream.
.-= Michelle´s last blog ..Little Einsteins =-.
Mike is looking at it as an opportunity to get healthy…although I caught him sneaking some cinnamon toast crunch cereal yesterday!
As a type 1 diabetic I have to say that while diabetes is often the cause of big-babyness it’s not the only reason. And I should also say that you shouldn’t blame yourself if Binky is measuring big. My perinatologist told me when I was freaking out about my third child being guesstimated at an ultrasound to be in the 97th percentile “some people just have big babies.” Fortunately the ultrasound was wrong and she was born at 39 weeks 4 days at a respectable 7 lb. 11 oz.
Also, if you haven’t already found it, there’s a fantastic community of women at http://www.diabeticmommy.com.
.-= Michelle´s last blog ..Overnight Lows and Not Hearing Dexcom Alarms =-.
wow, that site is fantastic! Thank you so much!
You’re welcome. They were invaluable to me while I was pregnant. You may also enjoy reading the journal I kept while pregnant: http://www.diabeticmommy.com/diabetes-pregnancy-michelle-journal-start.htm
GD sucks! I had it with my 3rd and while it totally sucked not being able to eat everything I wanted, it did have one positive effect…my little girl was big and fat at birth! She was born at 38 1/2 weeks and was 8lbs 3 oz.
So at least Binky has a really good shot and being nice and plump!
.-= Jenn´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday =-.
Oh I’m so sorry!! I would totally wither away on a diabetic diet. This little guy has made me crave nothing other than dessert and pancakes….
I feel sorry for your fingers. Take care and good luck keeping everything under control.
.-= Kristie´s last blog ..US Scores a D Again on Premature Birth Report Card – Medical Monday =-.
Don’t feel badly. My first two kids were 10 pounds at birth, and my third was 12 pounds plus. Each pregnancy I got asked about a gazillion times “Did you have gestational diabetes?” No, no, and no. I was just huge. Baby beluga huge. Then after the third was born, my mother in law “suddenly” remembered that her father had been 13 pounds at birth, and they had to hire wet nurses to feed him, and he was an only child.
I didn’t have the courage to measure myself during any of the pregnancies. I was terrified.
Wow, pg is no walk in the park for you-huh? You will hold this over her head forever!!! Viva la jewish guilt!
mosey along says:
All I can say is “agave nectar” if you’re craving something sweet and guilt-free. Put it in your tea, pour it on your toast. Whatever works.
.-= mosey along´s last blog ..Wash your spirit clean =-.
Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing] says:
When Mr. Brimley personally delivers your diabeetus testing supplies, can you please take a picture?
.-= Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing]´s last blog ..Almost the shortest post ever to adequately summarize me. =-.
Andrea's Sweet Life says:
heh heh, diabeetus testing supplies!
I’m doing this (gak) 31 day healthy living thing for the month of December, so I recognize those foods. Is it bad, though, that I thought the (cheese? is it cheese?) was two sticks of butter?
I am in *love* with Truvia. Most artificial sweeteners make me sick, but it is *awesome*. And diabeetus approved.
.-= Andrea’s Sweet Life´s last blog ..Stray =-.
you’re right. fat free cheese. BLECH.
That meal is just wrong. I had GD too, and I certainly nevah ate that way. Some of my favorites meals:
Super fatty salads
burrito bowls from Chipotle (lettuce instead of rice – but included cheese and guac, the good stuff)
chili cheese dogs (no bun, natch)
low carb cheesecake (disturbingly good – but I was pregnant during the low carb fad so lucked out at a lot of places)
Taco salads (no shell)
In short, I felt like I ate like a pig. But I didn’t gain any weight, and was probably healthier at the end of it (due to the 30 minute walk my own Dr Risky made me take every day)
I hope this doesn’t add any additional stress to your pregnancy. You’ve got enough to deal with.
you are my hero. These foods are awesome!
I’m surprised you didn’t go for testing sooner, considering you were at risk and measuring so big. What do women do with their test meter device thingy after being pregnant? Freecycle? Re-sale?
And even though it goes away after birth, it still puts you at risk for Type 2 later on, esp. if baby is over 9lb (and many women are actual pre-diabetic, don’t know it, then test positive for GD).
I wonder how big around I was…never thought to measure that for some reason…or maybe I did and I’ve blocked it from my memory, LOL.
But you’re beautiful no matter what the tape measure says!
I was surprised, too. I constantly asked my doctor when I was going to test, and she kept pushing it back. I think she was concerned that I wasn’t gaining weight. Of course, in the three weeks before I was diagnosed, I gained nine pounds (finally putting me over my pre-pregnancy weight), so I think it was an evil plot of hers.
Good question about the glucometer. I’ll probably hold onto mine until I am done having kids, then gift it.
Yuck…sorry to hear this! I had GD in my first and second pregnancy. First pregnancy, it wasn’t caught until later and was poorly managed (my OB was had no idea what he was doing). My daughter was nearly 10 pounds at 38 weeks and had blood sugar issues at birth. It was horrible
Second baby was managed perfectly (excellent high risk doctor) and was only 7 lbs 5 ounces at birth with zero issues.
All of the blood sticks and depravation is totally worth it…yes, it does suck at the time but hang in there, you’ll be back to normal before you know it!
Also, I gained nearly 50 lbs in my first pregnancy and zero in my second (but I still had 20 lbs of baby weight from the first)…following the “healthy” diet made losing baby weight much easier!
well, I like anything that makes losing weight easy!
I must be a total freak, because I think your dinner looks yummy!! Although I’d double the portions….*ahem* I totally grabbed my measuring tape and checked out how “big” 10cm is….uhhh….I’m glad I didn’t know that before my kids were born…woulda panicked a little. My sons head was 14.5″ around and his chest was 13.5″ even though he only weighed 7.14lbs. I don’t even wanna think about it…..(shudder). I’m glad things are progressing nicely for Binky, even if you have to watch what you eat…it’ll be worth it!:) (((HUGS)))
You’re amazing momma Sphor! I love your baby belly. I wish I could come hug you and annoy you by putting my hands on your beautiful baby bump!
.-= Rebecca´s last blog ..Tiny and Fragile =-.
I’m diabetic and have that same meter! Change your lancet often and your fingers won’t be sore much at all. Mine are usually only sore for 30 minutes max after I test. Through some of those tiny bandaids in the kit & you’re good to go.
oooh, good to know about the lancet! Thanks for the tip!
I’m new here. Found your site off the Blogess’ site. OMG! I think you and your family are just…uh I don’t even have the words but, the feeling is ” I just want to scoop you all up in my arms and hold you”! Damn, I love everything about your site! I love the pictures and videos, of Maddie. I love all of the beautiful, funny, sweet words, as well as the heart-wrenching thoughts and feelings you put into words. Thanks for sharing your life. (Eat brocolli and califlower raw dipped in tiny bit of ranch dressing, yum!) Think…Big Salad!
I am diabetic ALL OF THE TIME, which sucks. But such is life. Atleast yours will go away. Set the device that holds the lancet on the lightest setting possible, it will cause less discomfort, don’t press the device to your finger until it turns white, there’s no reason to do that. And change your lancet often as someone mentioned earlier. Just remember that for you, this too shall pass. Being diabetic and pregnant adds so much pressure, hang in there. If you’re still dealing with the nausea + diabetes I recommend sipping on propel throughout the day and egg noodles– lots and lots of egg noodles. That was the only way I survived my first few months of pregnancy. Best of luck!
ugh, you have it all the time, you are my hero! I know I am so lucky that mine will most likely go away. Thank you for the tip on the lancet setting…I might have had it on the HARDEST setting the first time, because I am an idiot who doesn’t follow directions. That was SUPER fun.
Adventures In Babywearing says:
Wow- hope all is well and I hope you find some really good tasting sugar-free goodies.
.-= Adventures In Babywearing´s last blog ..the art of… picture hanging. =-.
Try doing your finger pokes on the sides of your fingers/thumb and not directly in the center. My neice is diabetic and said its less painful on the sides. Hope that helps.
yes, that really helps! Thank you for the tip!
No comment on the whole tummy measure thing (I have no idea) but, I can say I had to do that 3 hour GD test with my 1st pregnancy. It was AWFUL!!! I hate needles and the orange stuff you have to drink…gross. Thankfully, I passed the test with my other 2 kid.
It was kind of Mike to cook for you…not sure I would be able to stomach it but the thought was beautiful!!!
I hope the rest of the journey with this baby goes without a hitch…smooth sailin’ from here on in.
I think Mike is punishing you with that food. I can’t confirm, but I think my grandma ate the same thing at her nursing home. (Sorry Mike, usually I am on your side, but lord…)
I will gladly hang out with you in public, I am not preggers but my waist isn’t that much smaller than yours and I will by association make you look just fat, not pregnant. Interested?
hee hee, sure!
Well, I think you look gorgeous! That meal? Not so much. I am almost 16 weeks, and I feel for you. I am not sure what I would do if they took away my Snickers bars.
Perhaps this is why, at 16 weeks, my baby belly is measuring slighly large as well. We’re hot!
.-= Melissa´s last blog ..Things I Covet. =-.
rawr! hot mamas!
I also had GD with my daughter, so I understand the “fun” about poking yourself numerous times a day and suffering while everybody else has ice cream sundaes right in front of you. Did you go on a diet/measured last pregnancy?
I just want to let you know that I’ve been reading you for a while now and I’m humbled by your strength and grace. I cannot imagine the pain you must endure every day but I’m happy you had the chance to meet such a wonderful girl like Maddie and to be forever her mother. Binky will be very lucky to have such great parents and an amazing big sis watching over her.
If you every need to talk or complain about GD you can always contact me.
I am sure they will tell you this but “other approved testing sites” are generally only for fasting. The other sites don’t react fast enough for after meal testing. Do it on the sides and you will be fine. I tested 8-10 times a day while pregnant and never got sore. I couldn’t even keep track of where I had been testing so would often do the same finger twice in a row. I also did insulin 4 times a day, never really sore actually walgreens has numbing alcohol swabs that rock, you could try them for the blood thinner shots too, they take that initial stick away. Good luck!
OOH. Good to know! I didn’t know that and it would have sucked to get inaccurate readings.
I thought that fish looked good (as I sit here eating pizza for lunch), sort of like the smoked whitefish of my childhood. I keep trying to figure out what that stuff is on the left side of the plate. It looks like huge pats of butter (yum!) but I’m afraid it’s some awful nonfat cheese.
.-= Danny´s last blog ..I’m Trying to Be a Curmudgeon But My Son Isn’t Letting Me =-.
The fish wasn’t so bad with a little bit of seasoning. But you’re right – it’s not delicious pats of butter, but non-fat cheese. And it WAS awful.
Ya, about that 10cm thing, by the time the hard labor hits you’d gladly push a semi outta there just so the pains will stop! haha!! I’m gonna keep reading, you just keep writing!
Becky F. says:
Not that you need any unsolicited advice, BUT (I guess you’re gonna get it)… I had gestational diabetes with my second pregnancy and I was HELL BENT on avoiding insulin shots. I realize that you already give yourself shots regularly, but I am a freak about shots and the idea of it just about put me over the edge. SO, I would eat, and then I would walk before testing. If you are supposed to test 1 hour after eating, I would say walk for a half hour a half hour after you finish eating. Get it? I had to test two hours after eating, so I would eat and an hour later I would walk for an hour. It worked, it kept the blood sugar from spiking and kept my numbers good. So people pointed and laughed at the mall walker, I can take it! The nutritional counselor told me that it promoted a more gradual rise in blood sugar which is healthier for you both. Good luck, and make sure they bring you chocolate covered strawberries and such at the hospital for immediate consumption after giving birth, because that plate of food you photographed looks like it would make a girl very sad.
.-= Becky F.´s last blog ..Pick me… please! =-.
I did the same! At home I would finish eating and immediately I cleaned my kitchen or did chores, or went for a walk with my husband. I avoided insulin shots but in my case when I couldn’t handle it with diet and exercise they gave me medication (not insulin) in the form of pills, I believe it was Glyburide.
The other thing with GD is that it makes you prone to feeling blue, and if you are stressed or sad it can affect your numbers, for me prenatal yoga helped incredibly to keep my numbers down.
You can DO it! : )
Denise Jones says:
Heather, I don’t know what that ‘food’ is, either (and it certainly doesn’t look very appetizing, does it?). Here’s to your success with the healthy diet thing, anyway!
Good luck Heather. I have been there and have cried when all I wanted was some cookies
Yes, it is all so worth it!!!
Julie Messinger in SC says:
I’m right there with you…due the day before you AND I failed my first glucose test two days ago. I have my 3 hour test tomorrow…but I fear the worst! I passed with no problem with my first two pregnancies…but this time I had a feeling I wouldn’t! I’ve already modified my diet…and I’m bored with it already! You are right though, I’m so lucky and it is a small price to pay for a healthy baby! Maybe we can have just *one* or *two* cookies when Christmas arrives?
I hope you post some yummy things you get to eat after you talk to your nutritionist (I don’t think my doc offers that) so I can steal some ideas!
uh oh, how did you do? If you were diagnosed with The Beetus, let me know, I saw the nutritionist today!
Ugh, failed miserably. So much so that they sent me home after the second hour b/c there was NO way I was passing.
I was pleased to learn that my doc does refer to a diabetes clinic and I have a class next Thursday. Until then, no carbs for me!
Oh, and after then, no carbs for me too I guess LOL!
OOOH I’m glad you at least get to go to a clinic. You’ll find out that you CAN have carbs – you need them! Just in limited amounts. The nutritionist I went to was SO helpful. There is hope!
But, sorry you’re in The Beetus club now.
LOL @ ‘the beetus club’
I feel like there is NO way eating all these nuts and eggs and this peanut butter, meat and cheese could possibly be good for me LOL! But, I’m enjoying it so far I guess. I eat lots of veggies too…still haven’t gone to my nutrition class (not til Thurs) but they told me I can have whole wheat bread too…one slice at breakfast and two at lunch.
The worst part is only drinking water. I love water, and drink a TON but I’m getting pretty bored of it with every meal too already! I guess I’ll break down and see if I can find *something* that doesn’t make me gag that is sugar free. I usually hate crystal light and fake sodas…but I guess one more try couldn’t hurt! Any tips on the ‘best’ low sugar drinks?
Marti from Michigan says:
Hmmmmm some of that food was broccoli (I don’t like it either, lol), and some of it looked like leftover turkey and fish maybe? Ugh!
I like salmon, it’s one of the only fish varieties I like and it’s not bad, and it’s good for you calcium wise too. Maybe you can try that? Also Tilapia, which is not expensive and not bad tasting, just a little bland.
All 4 of my siblings and myself have type 2 diabetes – every one of us! Three of us are diet controlled, me included. It’s not fun! I also hope the symptoms go away after Binky is born. Glad she is doing so well in her little sauna.
There are healthy alternatives to Christmas goodies Heather. You can use Splenda in place of sugar, as well as the new sweetener that is making the scene now – Stevia, which is on the market as a sweetener. It is a plant, as opposed to chemicals.
Thank you for sharing with all of us. Prayers continue from way over here in freezing cold Michigan! We’re under our first Winter Weather Advisory in my area (Grand Rapids, Michigan area). Winter is breaking in rapidly. Ugh!
ugh. i had diabetes with my second baby. i absolutely HATED it. i can’t stand the testing, the stress, the obsessing about food…i am praying that i don’t have it again with this pregnancy. more power to you getting through the holidays on a restricted diet!!
If it makes you feel ANY better: I gained almost 60 pounds with Tyler and had a HUGE belly. I have no idea how big my belly was prior to his birth. Too scary to even think about.
He was 10# 2oz at birth.
Jen L. says:
Sorry you’ve got the diabeetus. (That’s how my grandma says it, too!) What in the world is that in that picture by that broccoli? Cheese? Tofu hunks?
Take care of you and Binky and yo’ belly.
.-= Jen L.´s last blog ..Dream List =-.
non-fat mozzarella. It was disgusting!
Jen L. says:
EEEW! Why does that even exist!?!?!?
sorry to hear this. The holidays are definitely not a fun time to really have to watch your diet. Mike is such a great husband for starting you off eating right, right away (even though you didn’t get to enjoy a last ‘fun’ meal).
Take care of yourself and your cute belly!!
I don’t comment much here, but today’s post made me say, “Oh, sh**!” for you. There are a lot of good-tasting, healthy foods out there, and not weird things like tofu, either. Try whole grains, wheat pasta, lots of veggies…hit the Internet for good recipes! Then cook lots and do leftovers : )
Haley-O (Cheaty) says:
You know, it’s a good thing that you can’t stuff your face for the rest of your pregnancy, because that’s ALL I did in my final weeks, and I gained a ridiculous amount of weight AND terrible habits that I’m STILL trying to kick 2 years later! Like eating at night, and, like, chai lattes…. Anyway, SO nice of Mike to cook for you…. And I believe that’s broccoli, cheese and fish!?
.-= Haley-O (Cheaty)´s last blog ..Beta Beta Beta Beta BETA: NO NAP, MAMA! =-.
yep, you’re right!
oh man, i just got diagnosed with the dreaded GD a couple weeks ago. (you and i are only a few days diff’t in due dates…) they were suspicious after my baby was coming in at 4 lbs at only 28 weeks…
at first i was really bummed and surprised – i had zero risk factors – but i’m getting used to it. thank god cheese isn’t off limits and my docta even told me i’m allowed a 1/2 cup of real ice cream when i want it. i also eat about a jar of peanut butter a day to up my protein intake and have something tastyish.
the worst part is cutting out the tasty bevs – juice, vanilla lattes and all that bi’ness. as soon as this baby’s out i’m chugging a gallon of lemon lime gatorade with a white mocha chaser.
hang in there and good luck – we can do anything for 2ish months! (oh and quick suggestion – i shake/whip my arms/hands around a bit before testing so the blood comes to the surface quicker. i hate having to squeeze the little prick point too much…)
have you started your list of things you want people to bring to the hospital? Mine has PIE at the top in big capital letters!
Ugh, btdt w/gd. You do get sore, but then you also can also end up with calluses which help with the feeling but end up harder to get blood from. I found it helpful to go a little to the side of my finger instead of in the center.
.-= Heidi´s last blog ..Infamous =-.
I had massive morning sickness for half my pregnancy, so you have my total sympathies. A friend of mine was also perpetually nauseous, into her seventh month, and her doctor put her on an acid reflux med and it stopped the nausea and vomiting. I don’t know if that’s an avenue you’ve explored, but I thought I’d throw it out there!
.-= Noelle´s last blog ..Giveaway: Only 5 Days Left! =-.
Hmm. I hadn’t thought of that! I will bring it up to Dr. Risky, I will try anything!
Still love that Binky bump!
Ummm… that meal looks terrible (sorry Mike)! Cute dishes though! So sweet of him to cook for you but a here are few tips from an Italian who would rather be cooking pasta than the healthy stuff my “good Italian bones” require me to eat: #1- It’s amazing how much Olive Oil Spray and Garlic Salt can improve a meal- even grilled Tofu- I swear! You can pan-grill the fish with Olive Oil Spray, Garlic Salt, and Pepper- browned fish tastes SO much better. #2: For the veggies- I’m a huge fan of roasting in the oven- Toss the veggies with Olive Oil Spray, salt and pepper and roast in the oven at 425-450 degrees until slightly golden brown. Tastes SOOO much better than the mush in the picture- I promise!! Hang in there
mmm…you’re making me hungry!
Ugh!!! I can so relate to gestational diabetes diagnosis right before Christmas. I had gone in for 2nd test and was awaiting results, sure I would be fine. When my doctor’s office called to give me the “no-it’s-not-fine” message I had my first batch of homemade cinnamon buns cooking in the oven! I didn’t know what I should do about the whole diabetes thing, so I decided not to chance it and had my husband put a pan of buns in the freezer for me for after the baby was born. It was MY pan! And over Christmas I picked out some of my favorite treats and froze them for later as well! I had my own little party when the baby was out!
that’s a great idea!
I craved healthy foods like green beans and salad during my pregnancy. Lots of veggies and lots of cucumbers. Too bad I got the GB test right when there were testing me for Preeclampsia, the preeclampsia was so severe I had to deliver anyway at 29 weeks too. The lab called after I had the baby and tried to give me my results that I failed…. lol So I never had to go thru any of that.
.-= tanya´s last blog ..Logan 9 months.. Can you beleive it??? =-.
Oh, no!!! After seeing this, I decided to measure my 32-week belly…and I’m at 46, without GD. Yikes! Haha. Good luck with the diet, and praying for a healthy Binky!
I love that belly! I will bake you a sweet treat that you can have all to yourself after Binky is born.
You might want to check into the raw food diet for a few weeks. I’m a raw foodist (not pregnant) and its an amazing diet. I understand that pregnancies are much easier eating raw. Seriously, you might want to look into it.
In any event, stay well! Prayers are always with you.
I too had gestational diabetes and 15 years later developed type II. Aparently there’s a ink betweeen the two. GOod Luck
yeah, I’ve read that there is a link. I’ll definitely be trying to avoid that in the future, if at all possible!
UGH! I was just diagnosed with GD for the second time in as many years as well. I’m trying to be positive (check my blog post from yesterday) but damn, who wants to go through the holidays without COOKIES?
Hang in there, Heather. Soon enough it will be February!
.-= mandie´s last blog ..mullet house =-.
I know! But…maybe a small cookie every now and then? hee.
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Beautiful Binky Bump!
Agreed that browned fish is yummier.
Have you had quinoa? It is a high-protein grain and pretty yummy. Maybe ask the nutritionist if they haven’t already mentioned it?
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