@zjande that definitely counts!!! You're so lucky, livin' the life! Working out comes naturally when you're running a family farm.. it's our dream to be doing the same as soon as we can get ahold of some land and start getting set up.
I've been mildly active. I've been doing squats, dips, pushups, lunges, planking, and marching around my house. I try to go walking at least 3x each week for a few miles. I've been less active than I'd like to be, but I'm trying not to be too hard on myself. I have been inspired by women doing all sorts of things while pregnant: planking (that's how I found out I can allow myself to keep up planking), doing yoga (even headstands!), running (i'm not a runner but it's incredible that people can continue while pregnant).. etc. It makes me feel less breakable knowing that I am able to do many of the things I was doing before that I enjoy.
Mostly I'm trying to stick to only healthy, whole foods. Breads and pastas make me feel more bloated so I'm staying away from those as much as possible since they don't do anything for the baby anyway. Hopefully eating healthy plus mild exercise will keep me in shape.. I'm very weight conscious and it makes me feel down to gain too much. I know what I need to gain to have a healthy baby but I don't want to gain any more than that. I've heard horror stories of women gaining 80-90 lbs.. that's ridiculous! Nearly double what I hope to gain! Yikes. Talking about it makes me want to do some squats hahaha