https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SC4xMk98Pdc This is too funny (kind of) not to share. If you don't want to read, skip on past. I won't know, so you won't offend me. So, I've heard several people in my life tell me about their children (generally boys) who have to take off all their clothes to go poop. I've known… Continue reading And now they always say it’s constipation!
So much fairly uneventful information to catch you all up on! We had our level 2/anatomy ultrasound last week and everything looked great. We still have a little boy and a little girl growing along, albeit much more visibly this time. Weighing in at about 13 oz each at that time (they should each be… Continue reading Maternity Clothes and their Colors
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We made it another week and get to see our babies on Thursday! We are on our way back into Columbia after celebrating the baptism of our cousin's fourth child of whom I'm the Godmother. We are four weeks from our first milestone - 24 weeks. This is when our babies are viable. Viable does… Continue reading 19+6 and Arachnids 🕷
19 weeks tomorrow and I'm at least halfway through my pregnancy with our babies. It's hard to believe how quickly time has flown, but at the same time, not. It's an interesting mix of paralyzing fear and realizing that I absolutely have to prepare for these babies, so standing still isn't an option. Justin doesn't… Continue reading Whoaaaaa, we’re halfway there!
18 weeks tomorrow and I've got two little bell peppers growing away in my belly. We're getting closer on some names for our babies and overall doing well. How far along? 17w + 6 Total weight gain/loss? Not sure. I'm guessing up about 10lbs at this point! We will find out at the next appointment.… Continue reading Bell Peppers in my belly
RIP Kurt Cobain Wednesday was a very busy day. I toured a daycare (that I liked better than the previous, but there are not two open spots) and then diligently worked until it was time to see our sweet babies! We got to the ultrasound and didn't have to wait too long before we were… Continue reading In Utero… 16 weeks