Last week I told you about how I like beer.
I don’t usually drink coffee. I can count with one hand the number of cups of coffee I drink in a
I like the smell, the taste but I don’t make it and it’s hardly ever my option when I order a drink.
Tres seems to think a different way about coffee as for the last few days it keeps appealing to me to
have a cappuccino.
We’ve discovered a beautiful French café and decided to have breakfast there. I
ordered a decaf cappuccino and enjoyed it very much.
A few minutes later I remembered why I don’t drink coffee: my body doesn’t like it. My stomach gets
upset the minute coffee is there.
So, I don’t really understand? I get a clear craving present for many days and when I give in, it feels
like the worst possible idea!
Still feeling nauseated in the evenings but my digestive tract is moving.
Everything around me tells me Tres is another girl. At the beginning of the pregnancy, I thought Tres
was maybe a boy but I think it was more the self-suggestion as having two daughters already I would
really like to mother a boy. But I feel absolutely nothing different to my previous pregnancies.
When you’re pregnant with a boy your skin can become a bit more ‘testosterone managed’ and if you develop acne, unusual hair growth, or a more masculine look it’s usually because your body has more testosterone than usual.
This is physiological. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with it and your male hormone levels will go
back to normal soon after birth. We’ve just moved house and still no mirrors around but I cannot see
any unusual testosterone sign in me. I’d even say my body hair is growing slowlier than usual.
Another thing that is telling me Tres is a girl is that the entire family have agreed on her
name very rapidly. We still haven’t got a boy’s name.
This happened with my first. I knew she was a girl. Her name was Gaia and I didn’t check her sex
until after she was born.
With Zoé, we chose the name before we had the mid-pregnancy scan but we knew from 20 weeks
that she was a girl.
Let´s see how Tres’ revelations keep untangling.