Not much in weight, fortunately. I am starting to gain a little weight back, but at a reasonable weight...I've been hovering within 2 pounds this week that's up 2-4 pounds from before Thanksgiving. I can handle that. Even with the weight I lost in the first trimester, I'm trying to be VERY careful about how much I gain because I know I'm starting out overweight and there's a family history of diabetes on my mom's side getting worse every generation. I was pleasantly surprised, though, that my midwife said I don't fall into the high risk category to be tested for GD before 24 weeks!! She also gave me more leeway than I had been giving myself in how much weight I gain. I've been aiming for only 15 pounds over my original weight, and she said I would be fine with 20-25. She didn't tell me that 15 was too little, though, so I'm still going to aim for 15 so that if I'm off from that I still hopefully end up in the 20-25 pound range.
I am growing and changing more in clothes, though. I still don't think I'm really showing, but at the same time, I don't know how much the BeBand is going to help with my current pants over time. I was wearing my main pair of jeans on Saturday with the BeBand and I realized that when I pulled them up all the way, they were tight below where the zipper ended and thus below where the BeBand could help. So we'll be starting to shop for maternity clothes in the next week or so. Bear did at least find out about a maternity consignment store nearby, so we're going to try there first.
Not much of any more news about my mom. She doesn't have insurance, so she's applied for a charity that has a cardiologist (since the one she's getting treatment from now does not) so she can try to get cleared for the biopsy.