This pregnancy seems to be flying by for Amy! She is 7 months pregnant and glowing! You might not know this, but the Upchurch family is not finding out the gender of the baby. They already have 2 boys and 2 girls ... so what will baby #5 be? Comment your guess below! 

What has been the best part of this month?

I love feeling the baby flip, turn, move, and dance in my belly! It is so fun to sit and watch this little miracle try to push out of my belly. My kids are loving it too! 

What has been the most challenging part of this month?

If you read my last pregnancy update, you would know that we have moved 3 times since October. Well ... we are moving again! (We discovered some mold in the house + office and have to relocate). Just when I started to unpack our boxes - for the first time since October - we are packing them back up again! Although on a positive note, I feel completely free from the nesting-bug. I haven't had the itch yet, and it is probably because I am too tired from all this moving!
What have you been craving?
Maybe it is being back in Florida, but shrimp has tasted like Heaven this last month! Don't worry it's cooked 🙂 

Do you have any go-to products?

Due to the mold in our house and office, we have all been feeling sick. So, we have all been filling up with Cocolaurin and Apple Cider Vinegar. Together, they have worked so great and have been so helpful in making us all feel better! 

Amy is getting closer to her due date. If you want to make sure you see all her updates, head over to our Instagram!

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