Hykue - If you can actually get in and out of the bathtub at all, you're doing better than I was! By 36 weeks getting out of the bathtub was such a chore that I resigned myself to being a showers-only person. After Kayden was born getting to have a bath was BLISS. So you have that to look forward to - your first bath without having someone booting your insides
Oh, and that reminds me - something no one ever told me so I figured I'd pass it on to you ladies. Kayden hated having baths in his baby tub most of the time, because the water got cold too fast. I spent way more time trying to keep the water warm enough (but not too hot) than I actually did trying to get him clean. My life got WAY easier when I finally just took him into my baths with me, sat him on my lap, and washed him there. He loves it now because the water stays warm and he gets to stay with mom.
tank - hope you have been able to get some better sleep, with the stretchs and the icing your back.
Ram - I already touched on weight gain but I'll just second what others said - be kind to yourself about the weight gain and try not to stress about it. I think the weight gains in my DDC varied between about 10 lbs and 70-80 lbs. It's SO different for each woman and each pregnancy. I gained pretty much my entire weight gain (20 lbs) between weeks 24-30. And 10 lbs of that was in a 2 week gap! Your body will do what it needs to for your baby.
Caly - how is the stretchy feeling going? I remember that being pretty uncomfortable but also how reassuring it was to feel something actually happening in there.
Rosie - I totally did the 12 week/ 13 week first trimester thing too
birdie - how are things going with you?
Tear - I hope you got over your cold quickly and your little one didn't catch it!
And lastly, on the cute/ugly baby thing - ya, babies are pretty funny looking DH and I talked a lot before Kayden about how we would not be those parents who always say their kid is cute when they really look like an alien. But, we're big hypocrites, because as soon as he arrived we really thought he was cute Apparently maternal/paternal instincts and hormones win out over logic