Trish is from the coast of North Carolina, but they now live in rural West Tennessee on a 40 acre farm.
She has been homeschooling since 2009 and her homeschool style leans towards a Montessori approach with a heavy emphasis on hands-on learning.
It is a very quick and crazy environment but also a platform to show your support and also ask questions.
Continued movement of baby inside, and big baby kicks, are noticeably obvious.
Continued increase in belly movement and back-end swell remains the same.
Appetite remains and suggest we perhaps have a little bit more time; though she could surprise us at any moment.
First thing we all probably need to realize is that giraffes hide their signs of being in labor as a natural instinct. when they are in the wild, during the time when they are giving birth would have to be one of their most vulnerable times!
Because of this vulnerability, they hide the fact that they are in labor and when they are finally in labor it moves FAST.
Naturally, giraffes hide signs of labor – as to not alert every predator around, that they and a new calf will be vulnerable to attack.