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Porsha Williams Gives Us a Pregnancy Update: "She's Not Finished Baking"
"PJ be trying to bounce outta there," The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom-to-be shared.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom-to-be Porsha Williams has a bump-date for us — and it's pretty detailed.
Pregnant with her first baby, a girl, she spoke to Shamari DeVoe about pregnancy following her brief hospitalization for fibroids back in November.
Here's the latest:
"I am in my second trimester, so I am definitely more than halfway through the pregnancy," Porsha says, adding, "I’ve been feeling good."
She addressed her hospital stay and recovery, saying, "I had that one little scare, when I had to go to the hospital, but since then I haven’t had any issue with the fibroids."
How the baby is positioned:
"Baby PJ is so big, she’ll be really, really low, down towards my vagina at night, and then during the day, she’s like up high, to where I can’t really breathe ... It’s crazy because I can lay back I can see my stomach going in waves, or like, PJ be trying to bounce outta there. But you need to sit there because you are not finished baking," Porsha laughs.
How she describes pregnancy in her second trimester:
"It’s fun. She’s getting so big, I feel more connected to her now. I’m sure you remember those days."
Will she have more kids?
"I can’t imagine [having two] and I’m trying to figure out how to sleep now," Porsha says.
Is she kicking?
"When she kicks, I actually tap to my stomach, I probably sound like a crazy lady to a lot of people, I say ‘I see I feel you PJ, how are you? I’m about to feed you.’ So we’ve got a little relationship already."
How is fiancé Dennis McKinley handling it all?
"I am enjoying the pregnancy, Dennis is loving it. You know that book What To Expect When You're Expecting? For this he looks up the days, aligns it to where I am, so for right now, he asks questions ...[about] headaches, bad dreams, hemorrhoids.
"It’s cute, we’re having fun with it."