1. Benefiting Mallory Lawsons blog
  2. Baby Lawson
  3. My first post
  4. Lawson Blog 01-12-16
  5. Lawson pregnancy blog 01/13/2016
  6. Lawson Blog 01-14-2016 Wodapalooza Bound
  7. Video Blog 1.15.16 Wodapalozza Day 1
  8. Saturday 1/16
  9. Sunday 1/17 Closing up Wodapalozza
  10. 1/21/2016
  11. 1/22/16-1/23/2016 Saltines
  12. 1-24-2016 Gingerale and Pregnancy
  13. 1/25/2016 Feeling better and able to workout!
  14. 1-26-2016 Tacos and Fried Ice Cream
  15. 1-27-2016 Feeling great!
  16. 1/29/2016 Competition day at CrossFit Provision
  17. 02-01-2016
  18. 2-4-2016 14- week check-up was fantastic.
  19. 02-08-2016 I felt the baby kick today!
  20. 02-11-2016
  21. 02-15-2016 Mallory
  22. 02-16-2016
  23. 02-17-2016
  24. 02-18-2016
  25. 2-19-2016
  26. 02-23-2016 Struggling with body image issues
  27. 02-25-2016 Words of encouragement and unbelievable stories
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  32. 03-14-2016
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  34. Mallory Lawson breaks down 2 movements she uses as modifications to burpees and the snatch
  35. Mallory Lawson video blog 3.17.16
  36. Baby Lawson lands on The Games instagram
  37. Tomorrow is the big day! 03-22-2016
  38. It’s a BOY!
  39. “Luke’s room”
  40. 03/25-28/2016
  41. 03-30-2016
  42. Pregnancy brain
  43. Fashion in maternity clothes
  44. WOD pregnancy scare last night
  45. 3.11.16 Video
  46. 04-12-2016
  47. 04-14-2016
  48. Recent Travels (Video)
  49. 04-24-2016 Vulnerability
  50. 04-26-2016
  51. 04-27-2016
  52. 05-02-2016
  53. 05-03-2016
  54. Another good day!
  55. 05-06-2016
  56. 05-09-2016
  57. 05-10-2016
  58. DEDICATION TO MY DAD
  59. 05-17-2016
  60. 30 Weeks!
  61. Braxton Hicks
  62. 32 Weeks!
  63. 06-13-2016
  64. 06-17-2016
  65. 06-20-2016
  66. 06-24-2016
  67. 06-28-2016
  68. 37 weeks!
  69. 07-14-2016
  70. 07-18-2016
  71. 07-20-2016
  72. 07-21-2016
  73. Emotional!
  74. Contractions are coming in hot today!
  75. 39 weeks!
  76. 07-27-2016
  77. 08-01-2016
  78. 08-04-2016
  79. Luke

05-04-2016

Another good day! This morning I had a bunch of lower abdominal pain and pelvic floor pain especially when I worked out legs. I am hoping this pain will go away soon, but I am not too hopeful. I am being careful with how much weight I am lifting and really trying to not do exercises that over use my core muscles. Watching all these pregnant CrossFitters lifting and squatting at 38-40 weeks pregnant is encouraging, but painful to watch. I am pretty sure all women are different, but I cannot imagine squatting below parallel when I am 38 weeks pregnant. Maybe my body will be adjusted to pregnancy by then, but right now I hurt.

My workout yesterday went well. I did back squatting and hang dumbbell snatches, push-ups on my knees, and air squats. My round ligament pain acted up this morning. I am not assuming squatting below parallel is causing my round ligament pain and not pull-ups. I am going to try pull-ups again once my round ligament pain calms down and see if pull-ups make it hurt. I want to know what works and what I should avoid, but I don’t want to avoid it if at all possible. If it’s unsafe I will not do certain movements. Just because something is uncomfortable doesn’t mean I shouldn’t do it. I am learning as I am pregnant about my body and there is very little to no control over my body.

After doing a lot of research on round ligament pain it sounds like it will hurt so rest in a comfortable position. If I can withstand the pain will I harm anything? The research suggests, no you will not harm yourself or baby it will be uncomfortable. Well, I can do uncomfortable pain so I guess I will continue moving until I am told otherwise by my doctor. I am not going to lie this pain hurts it feels like my pubis bone is going to break in half. There is a constant deep burn and pressure in my pubis bone. Like I have mentioned before I can do muscle pain, but bone pain is a completely different story.

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