Next week we could find out the gender, but I will be out of town, so we’ll be finding out in 2 WEEKS!!!! I can hardly wait! The suspense is killing me!!
Best Moment of the Week: Had my monthly checkup yesterday and heard the little one’s heartbeat! It was 160 again, so…??? Also found a new hair stylist and am very happy. After over 10 years of Aveda salons, they’re all I trust. I did a search on their webpage, had 3 options and am very happy with the one I chose. No more mom hair. Okay, maybe still a little because I’m trying to let it grow out again. Oh and we got our family pictures done this morning. I'll post some as soon as I get them! Busy week!
Movement: Tons!!! Especially at night! The kicks and rollings are getting stronger and more frequent. Another active little one! Kai could feel the baby a lot this week too. It's so fun to have him be more a part of this now!
None. I'm perfect and never have cravings. Okay, major confession...I was getting my prenatal vitamin prescription filled and saw Skittles on sale. I hardly ever eat these (honestly it's been years), but I had a seriously strong craving all of the sudden so I bought 2 packs, and enjoyed them both. Yikes! Can’t do that very often! Although I have this to say about that: Why purple ones??? Personally I love the reds and can't get enough, but I had to leave all the purple's in the pack because they made me sick. Okay, so maybe it was the fact that I ate 2 packs of Skittles that made me sick. If you love purples, we'd get along great. I'll trade you purples for your reds :-)
What I'm looking forward to: Heading to MI to be with Kai’s mom as she’s recovering. Looking forward to seeing her and spending some quality time. Also looking forward to seeing some friends and family while I’m there.
Weekly Wisdom: Pregnant women! They had that weird frisson, an aura of magic that combined awkwardly with an earthy sense of duty. Mundane, because they were nothing unique on the suburban streets; ethereal because their attention was ever somewhere else. Whatever you said was trivial. And they had that preciousness which they imposed wherever they went, compelling attention, constantly reminding you that they carried the future inside, its contours already drawn, but veiled, private, an inner secret.
-- Ruth Morgan
-- Ruth Morgan