You look great! I wore the compression socks when I flew while 7mos pregnant. After 5 days at Disney and a full day of Epcot walking before our flight home, it took 3 people to get those suckers back on my swollen feet. But I was determined! Lol
What flavor was the Tropical freeze? Em and I were joking that it was whatever leftover juices they had...mango? Pineapple? Orange?
We might have stopped had the generic "tropical" label been more specific.
Love those potstickers!Day 2-March 8th:
Despite all the walking and long hours the day before I still didn’t sleep super soundly. That’s pretty been much par for the course for the last few months.
For some reason I ended up on the side of the bed closely to the bathroom wall so I had to side shimmy out to for my overnight bathroom trips. And those triggered the automatic fan sensor. Sorry DH!
We got up early by Disney standards but later for us. We partially got ready and walked to the main building for breakfast. We had El Mercado all to ourselves.
Ended up with so-so breakfast sandwiches. The bread part was just a hamburger bun. DH had a decaf coffee.
Cafe Rix had just reopened so I got an iced coffee.
We ate outside and then went back to the room for sunscreen and park clothes.
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Made use of my purchases at the last minute-purchased maternity shorts. (Had to fold down the bump panels during the trip but now they fit just fine. )
Made it to AK shortly after park open and meandered to the right.
More bathroom tiles:
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Next up was the Maharajah Jungle Trek.
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Gibbon and baby gibbon!
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Time for second breakfast. We split an order of potstickers from some food cart in Asia.
(At this point in the TR I’m realizing that I didn’t take as many pictures as I thought I did. Sorry! )
I honestly don’t know how pregnant women survive pot hole ridden Long Island if the Safari is off limits. And what about women who live on dirt roads or at the end of dirt roads?I mentioned the other possibility was the Safari- although I was truthful that it wasn’t preggo-approved.
My case was that it was no more jostle-y than a lot of Michigan roads. DH was unswayed.
I honestly don’t know how pregnant women survive pot hole ridden Long Island if the Safari is off limits. And what about women who live on dirt roads or at the end of dirt roads?
I rode the Safari when I was 4 months pregnant with my first after discussing with my doctor. Nothing bad happened, thank goodness! I'm pregnant now with my second and am thinking about riding it when we go in June (I will be 6 months) - my biggest hesitation is really the judge-y stares I'm going to get from people. The first time around I was barely showing so no one would have probably noticed, but this time it's not gonna be a secret. (Also my mom is coming this time and will see the "No Expectant Mothers" sign and quash the plan entirely - moms are usually right I guess.)I mean is it the bumpiness or the risk of being trampled by a rhino? It seems less dangerous than some other stuff that I did or could have ridden (like A.S.S.)
It’s been a weird couple months of trying to figure out what is truly unsafe vs an old wives tale.
::Lurker:: We did a land and sea trip when I was about 16 weeks pregnant with our first, and I swear the tram ride on Castaway Cay was more treacherous than the Safari! Never fear, neither had a negative impact, and our oldest is now approaching 7 years
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