Wednesday, February 8, 2012

All of a sudden I'm half-way

Wow, where did this bump come from? I mean, last semester no one even knew I was pregnant (at school) and now some of those same classmates are looking at me like I'm growing a new arm (well, technically I am, two in fact!). It's sort of funny not telling people and letting them figure out that I'm not in fact getting fat, but rather just rounder in the front. haha
Anyways, I feel like there's still a lot to do before she gets here and I'm a little overwhelmed. We got new windows in the rest of our house (yes!), and now we need to paint (which I bought-- a lovely shade of pink) her room, find bedding, switch closets/dressers and figure out how to get Caleb's clothes into my closet! We need to think about signing up for birth classes (it's been 4 years, do we really need to go?), figure out immunizations for this new little one (the Vaccine Book by Dr. Sears is FANTASTIC), go through all the baby boy clothes and give the ones away I don't want anymore and start getting some pink in our lives.... whew, lots to do. Oh, did I mention that I am getting a varicose vein in my right leg, and the best thing is to sit around with my leg propped up. HA
So, with all that on my mind, I'm going to drink the rest of my coffee and read the latest book in the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series... making me think of my 3 closest friends in High school and wondering where those last 10 years went (the new book is about the girls being 29, and that's about where we all are now!). Love neighbor kids who keep my little boy busy with playing while I sit around feeling lazy and loving it.
The End... for now

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

We bought the Dr. Sears book as well. It is informative but our obgyn had bad things to say about the Dr. We still followed our heart and our pediatrician supported us so wonderfully. There are just too many overloaded vaccines out there that arent necessary. So, we decided to just do DTAPP, HIB and prevnar as the others are really not as important as those 3. Griffin seems more allert than other kids his age, I kinda think it's due to not overloading his system w/ those shots. To think they offered to pump Griffin with 7 vaccines in 1 visit is CRAZY. Happy reading. I can't wait to see this little one! Bet she's a beauty given how cute Cole is! XOXOX!

Kim

Masons said...

Don't be overwhelmed! I am here to help with all of that. Seriously. :)

Meggie said...

We just got Cole his first 2 shots. We opted for Dtap & polio. We're going to do MMR after I'm not pregnant. We are still aren't sure about the hepatitis shots... but, lots of the shots Cole didn't get we might get her because she'll be around more kids.... decisions, decisions. Our doctor is awesome & doesn't give us a hard time when we deny the immunizations. So, that's nice!

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Anonymous said...

Lmk if u need help! Did u do kyndals birthing last time!? She has a refresher course...xo jmae