Una tiene cinco meses de embarazo y otra tiene seis, y a pesar de que no deberían verse tan diferentes, el tamaño de sus vientres es totalmente distinto.
Eso es lo que muestra una imagen compartida por la modelo fitness, Chontel Duncan, quien se fotografió junto a su amiga Natalie Smith que tiene un mes más de gestación que ella.
I was surprised with a cute visit today from a friend Nat who is also expecting Just being able to see someone in the flesh, rub her tummy, hear how incredible her journey has been so far, how healthy baby is & all the fun talk about kicks, food, names etc was beautiful. This is Nat's 3rd pregnancy so she had a lot of great advice to share ☺ It's very clear in this photo just how tall I am, I mean my chin sits above Nat's head lol We worked out that we are 4 weeks apart, so our little ones will be the same age, same grade at school and potential best buds hehehehe..... Nat's due start of March & I'm due end of March. Each women carries different and this most certainly doesn't mean one is doing something wrong or not healthy etc. We both have healthy growing babies & we both have had incredible pregnancies so far, feeling amazing & full of energy. #21.5weeks #expecting #march2016 #pregnant #love #happiness #Babyduncan
Duncan señaló que esto lo hacía para mostrar que las madres pueden llevar su embarazo de manera distinta. "Cada mujer lleva su embarazo de manera diferente y eso ciertamente no quiere decir que esté haciendo las cosas mal o que no sea saludable (...) Ambas tenemos bebés saludables en desarrollo y hemos gozado de embarazos increíbles hasta ahora", expresó la modelo.
Chontel, quien también fue candidata a Miss Universo de Australia, ha ido compartiendo fotos del avance de su embarazo para mostrar que, aunque se ve diferente, es totalmente saludable y la mantiene física y mentalmente fuerte.
23 weeks pregnant & LOVING IT! My baby bump is visible & I can now wear fitted clothing where this bump is obvious. Best feeling having a bump, occasionally rubbing it & now it grabs the attention of my husband. What's my funniest change... I can't see my vagina when I look straight down anymore "I will see you in April buddie". This week I have defiantly felt my first pregnancy symptom... I'm no longer a power house of energy doing these late night weekend events. As soon as it hits 12pm I'm DONE!!! My tummy gets heavy if I stand for too long lol and I have to sit up real straight when sitting down. Watching the fight show on Sat night was a challenge standing for so long and this weekend at Six60 concert will be another mission to attack. Mon night I felt my second pregnancy symptom... I got up to pee in the middle of the night I've had such a clean run with no change to my normal peeing schedule lol until last night however it hasn't happened again since On Sun & Mon night I woke to cramps in my calf muscles & yep you guessed it, this is a pregnancy system too. No:3 for me. I was thinking it was the 300 challenge I did at training until my 'baby centre' app confirmed its due to pregnancy lol stretched heaps yesterday & had no cramping last night TRAINING The 'bump' gets in the way heaps more now, I have found that more core exercises are now a thing of the past & as soon as I finish a session I am straight to the kitchen hungry! I'm roughly still training 7-8 HIIT classes per week & maintaining this without a problem. So far this week I've done 4 @hiit_australia classes. The training makes me feel so good, my body feels alive, I have heaps of energy, I'm more hungrier, mental stimulation is fantastic & it's what is healthy for my body and my baby. I worked my butt off for a solid period of time prior, to be able to do this throughout my pregnancy which is why I never advice other to follow in my footsteps, because we are all so very different but this is the story of my pregnancy and I am happy to share it with everyone. Current weigh-in this week: I have currently gained READ REST OF CAPTION IN THE LINK IN MY BIO
BUMP UPDATE "25 weeks" 3 months to go 15 weeks to go 105 days to go 2520 hours to go & I will have my little baby "Little D" This bump of mine is HUGE, it's limiting some movements while completely restricting others. I haven't however felt sick, tired or hormonal/emotional yet, so counting my blessings everyday. I honestly don't believe in the whole you'll carry "this way" & you aren't "sick" because you're having a boy, or you "will breeze through labour" because you are athletic, or "your baby will be small" because you aren't showing much, or if you drink this special tea or eat this particular fruit you'll deliver on time blah blah blah... There is no consistency with any of it & I've seen the fittest women have to go for a C-Section, I've had friends be more sick carrying their boys then they ever were carrying their girl, I've had lean bodybuilding friends be told their baby is small but come out 10 pounds. Do people like to believe certain things with pregnancy to put their mind at ease? It takes so much to convince me and I rarely believe anything I see or hear unless it's completely black and white in front of me with solid ground proof. I was 10 pound 10 ounces (60cm long) natural birth & my husband was in the 8 pounds but with such a huge head he was delivered as an emergency C-section. Will I be delivering a tiny new born or a over cooked 3 month old with a cracker of a head? Who knows lol Someone did say all sons end up taller then their mothers... So far everyone I've asked makes this seem true. Is there any of my Grammers who can prove this theory wrong? See I'm 186cm tall and my short husband is as solid as they come, so this son of mine could potentially get Sam's build and be taller then me, dominating my husband Been playing games with Little D, asking him to kick once if he likes mummy better then dad or kick twice for Dad more then mum. Cheeky bugger actually kicks on point most times and dad seems to keep winning the game TO READ THE REST OF MY CAPTION CLICK THE LINK IN MY BIO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE. IG DOES'NT ALLOW LONG CAPTIONS
BUMP UPDATE 34 weeks, only 42 days to go... The week was good, got my training done (6-7 sessions), celebrated our BRIDE to be Madelines hens for 2 nights down the GC, celebrated my 14th Valo's Day with my husband (can't believe it's been that long), celebrated my husbands 29th Bday Monday & so far this week I have completed 5 @hiit_australia sessions, have already worked 47hrs & have 21.5hrs left to work, might do 3 more sessions & then it's my BABY SHOWER Baby shower excitement is an understatement, I am so grateful for my amazing close ones who have really gone above an beyond to make this happen. It's a HUGE task having over 100 guest confirmed so far... so I am very grateful for all the time they have put into getting this day ready. I feel so super round, super tight, still super energetic, still sleeping right through the night (no wee wee trips), still not holding much or any fluid, still VERY impatiently waiting, still eating everything with no cravings & still been granted permission by my Docs/Ob to continue my physical lifestyle. My husband I've realised needs constant reminding when Lil D's due date is and how many weeks we are he is seriously that BAD at this shit. Drives me mental pretty sure he doesn't read my updates lol I'm shooting & being interviewed by a very BIG label on Friday capturing a fit pregnancy & how moving your body helps the process. Stay tuned!!! Can I just say a quick SHOUT OUT of appreciation to my amazing HIIT family, they constantly bring out the best in this experience & have been such an amazing support network through the whole journey. The simplest tummy rub, glowing complement, notice the smallest changes, pats on the back after training & I could seriously go on. They have kept me on the straight road ahead, made me smile daily, brought so much excitement to what I have yet to experience & have truly come from the most humble place. Looking forward to celebrating this journey so far in just 4 short sleeps. Actually on Sunday night I had this lil power chuck... TO CONTINUE READING CLICK MY LINK IN MY BIO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE
BUMP UPDATE 36 weeks... only 28 days to go Boy do I feel pregnant, this tummy is massive, heavy, makes sitting up so difficult, rolling over in bed a funny task, trying my sneakers hard work & my back has its moments where it throbs. It's exciting because these are all NEW signs & signs that mean Little D is almost here. I'm interested to know where my waters will break hahaha... (If they do) Imagine if they broke this weekend at the hens in the valley or next weekend at my challenge break up party in the city OR while training in front of my clients hehehe... would be hilarious!!!! As of next week I have been instructed to commence some useful techniques to help bring on labour; 1) have sex daily most hilarious convo 2) stimulate my nipples every time I use the bathroom 3) increase my raspberry leaf tablets to 6 per day Predictions are that I'll labour around 4hrs & push for 30mins... fingers crossed these predictions are correct, that just sounds like a dream come true!!! But we will just have to wait & see... Drugs... I plan to go gas if needed, defiantly no pethidine & epidural would be considered as an absolute last resort. I want to use the shower, exercise ball, stand as much as possible & play my music to help calm any nerves of needed. I've been doing collaborative care, which is private for all of my appointments & public for delivery, then private for all post natal appointments. The public system can (if I have a completely normal delivery) send me home within 6hrs of birth isn't that crazy to think... I could labour for 4hrs, rest for 6hrs and be at home all within 10hrs of my first active labour contraction. Watched USA "one born every min", made my husband & I get so excited. I'm defiantly going to ask to pull Little D out like Kortney Kardashian did lol & I hope to god I don't scream hahaha... I've officially gained... TO CONTINUE READING CLICK MY LINK IN MY BIO TO MY FACEBOOK.