Try googling pregnancy induced carpel tunnel. It's pretty common.
Well, I've decided I'm going to go get my heart checked out. I have these crazy palpitations sometimes...dizzy, shortness of breath, funky vision, chest tightness, headache, fatigue, weakness, low blood pressure, the works. If it progresses and gets worse in an "episode", I have some digestive issues, and have even gotten hives! It's way worse when I am pg. If I am very careful to control the external factors, I'm good: good sleep, stay hydrated, and take my vitamins, and don't get too hot. But if I don't...whew. I'm a mess. I'm pretty certain it's a mitral valve prolapse. I have all the symptoms except the diagnosed murmur. Which means it's not a big deal, mostly, just annoying. No one has ever had anything diagnosed, but my gpa, mom, brother, uncle, and sister all deal with it, too. So, I think it's not a big deal, but I'd rather get an EKG to be certain I'm not dealing with something worse. Today is a heart-racing day, and I'm not feeling so great.
We went to an orchard yesterday. It turned out it was field trip day for the local school, but we still had a great time. Tomorrow I get to go meet dh at a hotel where he is working, and that's always fun. The kids and I hang out while he works, and then we can go explore/eat out/do something fun when he gets off. His days are usually short because it's a private contract kind of thing. When we get home, there's a fall festival at the end of our road. The kids are really excited to go to it. It's very much geared toward preschool/early elementary age. And it's great because I feel okay about getting my kids in at the door, and then turning them loose. It's big enough to be exciting for them, and make them feel like they have all sorts of freedom, but small enough I can easily watch.