Yeah, she’s pregnant but that’s not stopping her.
As Kolby Fahlsing describes in her post, at 40 weeks pregnant, she has been super uncomfortable. Headaches, nausea, leg pain, you name it – she has it. She thought it would be maybe a good idea to get things moving!
Well. You know I had to. Maybe wakesurfing will get things going. Old wives tale?! I’m super uncomfortable and my legs hurt like non other. It feels like needles stabbing me all over. The swelling. Headaches. Nausea. Heartburn. And some cramping/contractions started. I make pain look good 💙 I enjoyed a day out on the boat and tried to relax. I’ve been so stressed out lately. #wakesurfing #40weekspregnant #pregnantsurfer #wakesurf #mpls
And for those of you concerned with safety, there is a difference between wake boarding and wake surfing, as Kolby has explained. With wake boarding, you’re typically going 25+ miles per hour while being pulled by tow line. With wake surfing, you’re going about 8 to 9 miles per hour which makes falling not much different than jumping into a pool.
Clearly, the wakesurfing helped… five days laters, she was blessed with this little fellow.
And here’s a pic of the healthy baby boy, Wilder Kipp Fahlsing.
Day 1 without daddy. I’ve managed to multitask cleaning up dog throw up, washing sheets that baby peed on, changing my diaper, then baby’s blowout all in like 10 mins. Now we are laying on the couch and I’m snacking. Should be trying to do work and write a blog post, but don’t want to move! #ivfsuccess #ivfbaby #deivf #webeatinfertility
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