Where To Eat On Kauai

One of the things that Chris and I love the most about traveling is getting to experience the culture of the country or the feel of the city through it’s food. While we definitely will occasionally eat at restaurants that we have at home, our motto on trips is usually that we eat at places that we can’t visit at home.

The only problem with that is if you visit somewhere a little more remote, you might not be able to find those outstanding restaurants that you hoped for. Luckily for us, we ate at some pretty fantastic restaurants while we were visiting Kauai, and today I’ll be breaking them all down for you! For the most part everything was a hit, but there was a miss in the bunch. I’m going to go on ahead and apologize now if you all of a sudden are craving some fish or shaved ice after reading this post!

Hamura Saimin

When I was doing research for Hawaii one of the blog posts that I first stumbled upon was this one from The Brave Little Cheesehead, which was must try food on Kauai. The very first restaurant that they talked about immediately caught my eye because it sounded like another noodle soup dish that I needed try, especially since I was obsessing over Pho at the time. The name of the restaurant was Hamura Saimin, which is known for their Saimin dishes, which is a spin off of ramen. So we made plans to stop by Hamura Saimin the day that we landed on Kauai, since it was located close to the airport in Lihue.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Driving up to Hamura Saimin, you definitely have no idea what in the world to expect because it really does look like a “dodgy” part of town, but we couldn’t say no to a bowl of noodle soup so we went into the restaurant and immediately sat down. We each ordered a bowl of Regular Saimin and were blown away by how delicious it was! It might have been hot and humid outside, but that Saimin was perfect for us. If you’re in the mood for noodle soup, definitely make plans to stop by Hamura Saimin, and don’t let the neighborhood scare you away!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Location:
2956 Kress St
Lihue HI 96766

Price:
$10/person

The Hanalei Gourmet

One of the things that I’ve probably talked way too much about during these Hawaii recaps is how much I loved the Na’Pali Coast. It’s seriously one of the most beautiful areas I’ve seen, and I could literally just stare at it for hours! One of the reasons that it’s so beautiful is because of how rugged the mountains are. In fact, the mountains are so rugged that you can only access the Na’Pali Coast by air, by boat, or by foot.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

After our amazing helicopter ride, Chris and I tried as hard as we could to make it over to the Na’Pali Coast for a hike, but unfortunately we just didn’t have the time before our luau to make the full hike and appreciate it, so we had to just enjoy our packed lunches and the beautiful beach literally at the end of the road! And that’s where Hanalei Gourmet comes in.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

If you have plans to hike the Na’Pali Coast during your stay on Kauai, you’ll want to make sure that you go prepared with lunch for your trip since it’s a long hike. The perfect place to stop before your trip to take a lunch to go is Hanalei Gourmet. They have a great selection of sandwiches, chips and drinks that you can grab before you go, and they’ll even package them up for you for your trip. The best part is that the deli opens up early, so you won’t have any issues with having to delay your hike.

Location:
5-5161 Kuhio Hwy, Space 5
Hanalei, HI 96714

Price:
$10-$15/person for lunch or picnics
$15-$25/person for dinner

Brennecke’s Beachfront Restaurant

After our morning spent checking out Waimea Canyon we were hungry and wanted to grab a quick bite to eat before our zip lining excursion. A place that kept on popping up when I was doing my research was Brennecke’s Beachfront Restaurant, and with it’s close proximity to where we’d be meeting up for zip lining we figured that it’d be our best bet for lunch.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Unfortunately for us, this was our least favorite while we were in Kauai. Maybe we just hit it at the wrong time, but the fish tacos that we ordered didn’t overly impress us, especially after having great fish tacos in Maui. It is a very family friendly restaurant, so there’s that, but I just felt like your money could be better spent elsewhere.

Although the food wasn’t our favorite, the location of this restaurant is perfect, since it’s right on Poipu Beach. We ended up going back there one night to walk around and actually had a sea turtle sighting, which was so incredible! I really wish that I would have been able to take a picture, but because the turtle’s eyes are so sensitive to light I didn’t.

Location:
2100 Hoone Rd, Poipu Beach
Koloa HI 96756

Price:
$15-$25/person for lunch
$25-$25/person for dinner

Eating House 1849

Towards the end of our trip, we were kind of running out of places to try out that had been on my initial list, so we tried another tactic that can sometimes be hit or miss, we asked the locals what they would recommend. Our guide for our kayaking adventure suggested a new restaurant that had just opened up in the shopping center close to our resort in Poipu Beach called Eating House 1849. Since it was close, we decided that we’d give it a try, and we were so happy that we did!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Now two years ago, this was a relatively new restaurant that had opened, so we had to wait for a table, but I think that it’d still be safe to say that you’d probably end up having to wait because of it’s location in the shopping center that’s close to a lot of resorts. If it’s just two of you, I’d try my luck at the bar, which is exactly where Chris and I ended up.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

The theme of the restaurant was “plantation cuisine inspired by Hawaii’s past” and pretty much whatever you could want, you will be able to find at Eating House 1849. Hawaii is a melting pot of many Pacific Island and Asian nations, and Eating House 1849 does a good job of highlighting those different countries, and also Hawaii itself. Like I said, we were obsessing over noodle soups at the time, so we had to go for the Spicy Ramen bowl, and Chris couldn’t bypass the fried chicken. Everything was delicious, and I would definitely recommend a stop here, especially if you’re staying in the Poipu Beach area!

Location:
2829 Ala Kalanikaumaka Road, #A-201
Koloa HI 96756

Price:
$25-$40/person

Plantation Gardens

Our trip to Hawaii was a celebration trip for us because it was our 5 year wedding anniversary, so we knew that we wanted to treat ourselves to some fancier dinners out. When I started researching for our trip, Plantation Gardens was a restaurant that kept popping up, and when I looked into it, I found out that it was right across the street, within walking distance, from our hotel. I obviously immediately booked our reservations!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Like most places in Hawaii, Plantation Gardens is a great mix of indoor and outdoor dining, which makes for a relaxing and beautiful setting for your dinner. To be honest, I can’t remember what exactly we had for dinner that night, but I know that we loved it! I can’t recommend a trip to Plantation Gardens enough, especially if you’re celebrating a special occasion! If you visit for dinner, I would recommend going back sometime during the daytime for a short visit to walk around the gardens. Literally the entire restaurant is surrounded by beautiful flowers, and Chris and I loved getting to play with our cameras while taking in all the beautiful scenery!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Location:
2253 Poipu Road
Koloa HI 96756

Price:
$30-$50/person (depending on how many appetizers or drinks are ordered)

Beach House

Besides trying to see as much as we could during our stay in Hawaii, one of my other main goals was to see as many sunsets as we could, because let’s face it, with the beautiful setting a sunset was just going to make everything more perfect! During my many research settings, one place that kept on popping up as a great restaurant, but also a great place to see a Kauai sunset was The Beach House in Poipu. The day that we arrived on Kauai, we decided that would be the perfect place for us to go for a relaxing dinner, so we left everything at the hotel and drove the quick couple of miles to The Beach House.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

The restaurant itself is directly on the water and all of the tables and even the bar area faces out to the ocean so you don’t miss out on those incredible views! Chris and I had arrived a little early for dinner, but not quite in enough time for lunch, so ended up sitting at the bar and having some cocktails before ordering our dinner. Another advantage to us arriving early was that all of the surfers were still out, which means that Chris got some incredible pictures while we were waiting. I’m definitely not one to say no to Lobster Mac & Cheese or Ahi Tuna, so those two items were definitely ordered, along with the Argula & Goat Cheese Salad with Macadamia Nuts.

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

We enjoyed a quiet evening at The Beach House, ate at our leisure before paying our bill and heading outside to watch the sunset. The area around this restaurant is well known for being a wonderful place to watch the sunsets, so be prepared for crowds of people, although it definitely didn’t feel too overwhelming. The sunset was incredible, needless to say, and we loved it so much that we drove back another night so we could watch another incredible Hawaiian sunset!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai
The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Location:
5022 Lawai Rd
Koloa HI 96756

Price:
$25-$40/person for lunch
$50-$60/person for dinner

Lappert’s Hawaii Ice Cream & Coffee

There’s nothing like the heat and humidity of a beautiful tropical island to make you start craving a cool and refreshing dessert like ice cream. Luckily for us, in that shopping center near our hotel, there was a Lappert’s Ice Cream located there so we could cool down with an ice cream cone!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Lappert’s was actually founded in Kauai, when the owners dreamed of one day not just vacationing on the island, but actually living there full time. In all of their ice cream, coffee, and baked goods, they use premium ingredients, so that you receive the best ice cream cone or cup of coffee that you could want. There are a wide variety of flavors to choose from at Lappert’s, from the traditional flavors like Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough to some more  Hawaiian like flavors like Nene Tracks, everybody in your group is sure to find something that they’d enjoy. Definitely don’t pass up the opportunity to try out Lappert’s while you visiting Kauai, especially since they have multiple locations!

Location:
Poipu Beach
2829 Ala Kalanikaumaka, Suite K-160
Koloa, HI 96756

Hanapepe
1-3555 Kaumualii Highway
Hanapepe, HI 96716

Princeville
5-4280A Kuhio Highway
Princeville, HI 96722

Price:
$5-$10/person

Uncle’s Shaved Ice and Smoothies

Now if you’re looking for a more traditional Hawaiian treat to cool yourself down while in Kauai, look no further than Uncle’s Shaved Ice. We had some amazing shaved ice when we were on Maui, and Uncle’s definitely lived up to those expectations. What made it even better, was that a location was in that same Poipu Beach shopping center, so grabbing a quick dessert after our zip lining adventure was super easy!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Like with most shaved ice locations in Hawaii, you’d better expect to wait in line, but don’t worry the line goes quick, plus it’ll give you more time to decide out of their tons of flavors which flavors you have to try! We loved Uncle’s and definitely recommend that you stop by one of their locations before you leave Kauai!

The Wandering Weekenders- Where To Eat On Kauai

Location:
Poipu Beach
2829 Ala Kalanikaumaka, K158B
Koloa, HI 96756

Lihue
4454 Nuhou Street, Ste 419
Lihue HI 96766

Price:
$5-$10/person

And there you have it, all of the places that we tried during our time on Kauai, while we did have a miss, for the most part the food was actually pretty good! Like I said in my Maui post, expect to pay a lot of money for food while you’re on the island. It is an island after all, which means that they’re having to ship all of this in from the mainland, so naturally prices are going to be high.

You might have noticed in this guide and my Maui guide that I didn’t list out any breakfast locations for you to try, and that’s because we didn’t eat out for breakfast during our trip, well except for McDonald’s one time on our way to our helicopter ride. 

In my opinion, breakfast is the most expensive meal to eat out, and you really don’t get that much for it. Plus if I’m being completely honest, I’m more of a lunch person anyways, so if I had to choose, I’d always opt for a light breakfast and heavier lunch. Chris and I packed protein bars with us for the trip and would eat that for breakfast before setting out on our adventures for the day. In my opinion, that’s the best option, especially if you’re looking to save some money.

Anyways, I hope that this is helpful if you’re planning a trip to Kauai sometime in the near future. And if you are, I’m definitely jealous of you! Writing these posts has definitely started to give me the itch to make another trip out there soon! I’m linking up with these Wanderful Women from some Wanderful Wednesday- Lauren of Lauren on Location, Van of Snow in Tromso, Isabel of The Sunny Side of This and Marcella of What a Wonderful World!

Have you ever visited Kauai? Are there restaurants on this list that you’d want to check out?

Other Hawaii Posts

My First Trip To Hawaii- Maui
My First Trip To Hawaii- The Big Island
10 Things I Learned While Visiting Hawaii
Hawaii In Instagram Photos
Which Hawaiian Islands Should You Visit?
How To Spend 9 Days Exploring Maui and Kauai
What To Expect When Biking Down Haleakala
A Guided Tour Of The Road To Hana
Where To Eat On Maui
An Early Morning Hike In Waimea Canyon
Zipline Kauai with Skyline Eco-Adventures
Exploring Kauai From The Air
Why You Should Luau at the Sheraton Poipu on Kauai
Kayaking The Wailua River In Kauai
A Sunset Cruise Around The Na’Pali Coast

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Some of the best recommendations for where to eat on Kauai! From a nice sit down restaurants with views to shaved ice, this has it all!

Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage

Happy Monday everybody, and I hope that you had a great weekend! Chris and I had a quiet weekend at home getting some things done around the house, including finally getting our gallery wall on the staircase done! But since today is a special day, mine and Chris’s 7th wedding anniversary, I thought that instead of recapping our weekend, I thought that I’d share some of my favorite places that we’ve traveled to since we’ve been married!

The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage

  1. Great Britain- Our Europe trip this year was seriously so amazing, not only because we got to announce that we were expecting, but also because it was my first time to visit the amazing area that I’ve always loved for it’s rich history. I loved walking up and down The Royal Mile with Chris and seeing Edinburgh Castle, taking a day out to the beautiful Highlands to see where Jaime and Claire might have been riding around, and of course visiting the bustling city of London that was home to so many kings and queens that I loved reading about in school and in literary fiction. I know that we didn’t get a chance to see everything while we were there, but after we both fell in love I know that we’ll be back again one day, and maybe even with our babies!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage
  2. Germany Last year Chris and I got the chance to visit not only Munich, but also several different places around Germany on our very first Europe trip. I loved getting to see all of the beautiful castles in Germany, but learning about the German culture was also so much fun, especially since I’m 1/8th German. While all of that was great, the part that I know that I’ll always remember and want to tell stories about for the rest of my life is the fun that we had at Oktoberfest! We loved getting to dress up, drink German beer, dance on tables, and yell Prost with some great friends, and thousands of other celebrators!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage
  3. The Pacific Northwest- We went on two separate trips last year to the Pacific Northwest, one to Portland with friends and then one to Seattle right before our Europe trip. These brief trips gave us just a taste of how beautiful the Pacific Northwest is with our trips to Multnomah Falls and Mount Rainier, but also how amazing the food scene is out there with the Portland Food Cart Scene and Pike’s Place Market. I know that we’ll definitely be making a lot more trips out there in our future!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage
  4. Nashville- We went on a trip with Chris’s brother and his wife to Nashville, and it was seriously one of the most fun trips that we had, and ever since going all we both can think about is how we need another trip back! The live country scene on Broadway was so amazing, the food scene we continue to have dreams about, and of course all of the fun that we had with the Pedal Tavern can’t be beat either! I’m hoping that we’ll be able to have another trip back soon, although this is definitely not a trip that we’d want to take the babies on!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage
  5. Hawaii- Almost two years later, and I’m finally getting around to finishing up our recap of our amazing 5 year anniversary trip! On this trip we visited Maui and Kauai and got to do bike down a volcano, drove down the Road to Hana, flew in a helicopter over the island of Kauai, and of course did a luau! While we both agreed that Kauai was our favorite, I can see us going back to visit Maui and Kauai again, hopefully when the whales are in season, and I know that we’d love to visit The Big Island and Oahu as well! Hopefully our friends will get stationed there one day, which will give us an even bigger excuse to go back!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage
  6. Northern California- When I started doing research for our 2014 Northern California trip, I felt like I just continued to add place upon place to our itinerary because everything just sounded like so much fun and so beautiful! We ended up settling on Napa, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, and Big Sur. I’ll never forget how this trip introduced me to white wine and sparkling wine that I actually enjoyed, how Chris fell in love with red wine, how we celebrated Chris’s birthday with a bike across the Golden Gate Bridge, and how beautiful and incredible the PCH truly is! Since that trip, we’ve managed to go back for another trip to Napa Valley where we rode in a hot air balloon and drank some really amazing wine, and I foresee a lot more trips back to this part of the country. We have to check out Yosemite one day at least!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage
  7. Disney World- Before Chris and I got married I had only been to Disney World one time, and that was when I was in Elementary School. They didn’t even have The Animal Kingdom at the point in time! Thankfully Chris agreed to appease my “inner child” and we visited Disney World in December with his parents. Everything was decorated so beautifully for the season, and I loved getting to be a big kid again! One of the things that I knew that I wanted to do before we had kids was to attend the Epcot Food and Wine Festival because who doesn’t want to eat and drink their way around the world! We were able to visit last year, and had so much fun, and even met up with Pamela and Kerri while we were there! Needless to say, we’ll definitely be going back to Disney, especially since I know that Chris will be dying to visit once the new Star Wars section is open at Hollywood Studios! Plus I would love to surprise the twins with a trip when they get older!
    The Wandering Weekenders- Seven Favorite Places In Seven Years of Marriage

Since Chris and I have been married we’ve been able to have so many fun trips, and this is just the tip of the iceberg! I can’t wait to see what the future holds for us, especially as we embark on this crazy adventure of parenthood! I love you Chris and I can’t wait to celebrate these past 7 years and the many more to come tonight!

In Case You Want To Read More About Our Story:
The Story Of Us {Part 1}
The Story Of Us {Part 2}
The Story Of Us {Part 3}
Five Things I Learned From Six Years Of Marriage

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A very happy anniversary to my husband, so here's some of my favorite places that Chris and I have visited during our 7 years of marriage!

Bumpdate: Week 18 Through Week 21

Happy Friday everybody! It’s so hard to believe that it’s already been another month, so that means that it’s time for another bumpdate! To be honest, not a whole lot happened since the last bumpdate, except that I’m getting bigger by the day it seems. I’m also fully in maternity clothes now, which is so crazy to me! So let’s get on with the bumpdate!

Week 18- Life As Usual

I’ve definitely been going through life as normal right about now. I really don’t have any side effects from my “condition” as my friend Stacy likes to call being pregnant, which I think is absolutely hilarious! The only thing that I’ve started to deal with now is a little bit of acid reflux. To me it’s crazy what ends up causing it, I might eat something like eggs in the morning and then all of a sudden I have some acid reflux. I don’t know if it’s because I end up getting hungry and instead of hunger pains I get acid reflux instead. Either way, I’d say that I’m pretty lucky that’s the only thing that I’ve had going on.

The Wandering Weekenders- Bumpdate: Week 18 Through Week 21

Other than that, Chris and I have just been making our way through our “Before Babies” To Do List, and I’m so proud with how much progress that we’ve made! Who knew that having a baby was the thing that we needed to actually light a fire under our butts to get the things done around the house that we’ve been talking about for forever! Another advantage is that I’ve had most of these items on my 101 in 1001 list, so I’m getting some of those things accomplished as well!

Week 19- The BIG Ultrasound

I can’t believe that this is the week that we’re actually going to find out the genders of our babies, or at least my mom and sister are! We won’t find out until the end of July when we can have the majority of our families in town with us to share the news. We were honestly thinking about not letting my mom or sister know the genders until my sister’s birthday because my mom is notorious for not being able to keep a secret (I love you Mom, but you know it’s true!), but we ended up deciding that they could find out that day.

The Wandering Weekenders- Bumpdate: Week 18 Through Week 21

So we had probably the maximum amount of people crammed into the room during the ultrasound, and not only did my mom and sister get to find out the genders but we got to see our babies for a lot longer than we have in the past! The sonographer when through all of the different sections of their bodies and did all sorts of measurements to make sure that they were growing at the same rates and that their organs were functioning appropriately. Everything looked great, and the babies are weighing in at a whopping 7 ounces and 8 ounces each! So I officially have about a pound of baby baking right now!

Another thing that we found out during the ultrasound was that I have an anterior placenta, which means that my placenta is in the front instead of in the back or on the side. That also means that it’s going to take a little bit longer for me to feel the babies moving around in my stomach. Usually right about now I would be able to feel them moving around, but because this is my first time being pregnant and the anterior placenta I probably won’t be able to feel them for a couple more weeks.

And in case y’all are wondering, my mom and sister are doing great with the gender secret! Chris Facetimed them both the night after our visit and asked them for the genders and they stuck to their guns, even though they were both enjoying a glass of wine! I’m so proud, and I know that the reveal will get here before we know it!

Other than that it’s just been the same old same old. My stomach is getting bigger literally by the day, and I have to admit that as the days get hotter, the more I’m missing wine and cocktails. I think that it’s just because summer drinks like rosé and cocktails just go so perfectly with the warmer weather. Oh well, I’m almost half way there, so not too much longer now, right!

Week 20- Fifth Doctor’s Visit & Half Way There

I’m very excited to say that during my doctor’s visit they were able to find both heartbeats immediately! It’s seriously such a relief that I didn’t have to go through the stress of waiting around for an ultrasound to make sure that both babies were doing well. Although I will say that this was the first time that I went to a doctor’s appointment that I didn’t get an ultrasound, so that was kind of sad. I’ve gotten used to seeing my little babies all the time, and man do I sound spoiled!

The Wandering Weekenders- Bumpdate: Week 18 Through Week 21

Overall, the visit went pretty well, I’m up another 3 pounds, so I’m up a total of 7 pounds for this pregnancy. It’s still a lot to think about in such a relatively short amount of time, but I have to keep on telling myself that it’s normal and that I’m carrying 2 babies, so the weight gain is ok. So far I’ve been within what my doctor is expecting, so I’m going with that’s a good thing! He told me that he expects 5-6 pounds by the next time that I come in, and that’s going to be crazy to me if it actually happens!

At the visit I talked to my doctor about my anterior placenta and he told me that I should start to feel them by the time I come back for my next visit. He also said that with twins there will be a time that I’ll feel them moving around like crazy, but then I won’t feel them move around as much because they’ll basically run out of space to move around. That I think is going to be the weirdest thing ever!

The only other thing that’s been going on with me as far as pregnancy is concerned, besides being officially at the halfway point, is that I’m officially only in maternity pants, or pants that can be extended with a belly belt. My stomach is that big! And I think that we need to talk about how comfortable maternity pants are. They’re basically yoga pants that you can wear in public without going to yoga! They’re amazing! I’m definitely getting way to used to them!

Week 21- First Lake Trip

This past weekend was pretty exciting for us because it was our first weekend trip in a long time and we were heading to the lake with some of our friends. Unfortunately, another side effect of being pregnant is that you have to avoid certain bodies of water. At my last doctor’s appointment my doctor was going through summer activities that were ok for me, and of course one that he mentioned that was off limits for me was going to Galveston. I mentioned that we were heading to Canyon Lake and he said that it would he would rather me be safe than sorry so suggested that I don’t get in the water. Luckily for me, it wasn’t too hot and I still had a great time relaxing on the beach while everybody else did some swimming.

The Wandering Weekenders- Bumpdate: Week 18 Through Week 21

Other than that, it’s pretty much been business as usual around these parts lately, and the countdown is officially on until our gender reveal! Only a week left and Chris and I can’t wait! I have to admit that even though things have been going pretty well with this pregnancy, I have started to get one side-effect that I’m absolutely hating right now, sciatica. Basically there’s a nerve in your back that runs down your whole leg and sometimes when you’re pregnant the babies can put pressure on that nerve and it causes some pain.

So I noticed on Monday that after sitting down for a while that my hip would hurt when I would get up and walk around, and when I started googling sciatica was the first thing that popped up. They said that it was most common in the third trimester, but after a little more googling I found out that it normally starts earlier for women pregnant with multiples, so yay me! The good news is that I found a way to help it out, which is basically just getting up to walk a lot. I also changed my chair at work and that seems to help too. Hopefully this will pass, but I guess that I’ll just have to wait and see!

Well that’s all I wrote for this bumpdate! Like I said, not too much has happened between last bumpdate and this one, but don’t worry next time, I’m sure that I’ll have a lot more updates, especially since we’ll know the genders! So until next time!

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