Monday, September 29, 2008
Friday, September 26, 2008
We are now in a single digit countdown till baby...only 9 weeks left to go. Things are going well but I can definitely tell that I am moving out of the cute pregnant phase and into the fugly one everyone warned me about. I feel fine from the belly up, but everything from the belly down is wider, chubbier, bloated and weird. I noticed cellulite above my knees the other day...seriously. I still have more weight gain headed my way but it is no biggie. This is only temporary ( i hope) and it will all be worth it once I am holding our little man.
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Drew is in Austin for the weekend. He will be there celebrating his dad's 60th birthday. My belly and I miss him and can't wait for him to come home.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Friday, September 19, 2008
Drew found a job this week. He is working for a company in Key West that remodels old conch houses. It is very cool and I am very proud of him.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
I am officially ginourmous and only getting bigger. Thirty weeks sounds like a milestone in baby making. Such a nice big round number. Only 10 weeks left till baby time...give or take. Baby should be getting chubbier and losing all his monchichi fur. His eyes should also be open when he is awake. I think I felt him having hiccups the other night, but I am not certain. I love it when he moves. That is a feeling I will miss once my little snuggle bunny is born.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
On Friday Drew drove around Key West and dropped off resumes with all the construction companies in town. I rode along to keep him company. We stopped for lunch at B.O.'s Fish Wagon. B.O.'s is a little shack made up of odds and ends in a parking lot. It has been a part of Key West for as long as I can remember. I always get the fried fish sandwich with an extra side of key lime tarter sauce (yum). An island rooster sat by my side the entire time. We made sure he made off with our leftovers.
We had our doctor's appointment on Thursday. It went really well. Its a relief that I like the guy. He was really funny during the ultra sound. When he found Owen's little penis he referred to it as "A weapon of mass destruction", and "balls of fire". It was pretty unexpected and hilarious.
I will be getting ultra sounds every visit now. When I get a good picture of our little man I will scan it in.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
There isn't a lot to do when you evacuate with a 150lb dog. These pictures were taken at the Ft. Lauderdale dog park. We are back safely now. Happy the storm passed and didn't hurt our lovely little island. We have our first visit with our new island doctor tommorow. I wonder if he will be wearing flip flops like our new vet was.