McSurvey (21 Weeks)!
I cannot believe I’m 21 weeks pregnant! I feel like it was just yesterday that I was looking at the little blip of McBaby, feeling an immense amount of relief that he was actually in there! And now, I’m halfway done and my stomach seems to be doubling in size every day! :)
Here’s what’s happening with me and McBaby over the last few weeks…
How far along? 21 weeks! It took a long time, but I finally feel pregnant!
Total weight gain/loss: I THINK I’ve gained 6-7 lbs, but I can’t remember for sure where I started, so I’m going to confirm with my doctor at my 24 week appointment. I’ll tell her my blog readers won’t be able to sleep until they know the truth. ;)
Maternity clothes? Not really. I’m still in my regular jeans and tops. However, I may call it quits on the wearing of real pants pretty soon here. Why bother when this is one of the few times in life I’m actually expected to wear stretchy pants every day? ;)
Stretch marks? Nope! So far, so good!
Sleep: Sleeping pretty well! I do wake up sometimes in the middle of the night with “busy brain,” but I think that’s normal.
Top moment of the week: Seeing McBaby last week at his 20 week appointment, and hearing that he’s healthy. Oh, and let’s not forget that the doctor admitted that he’s “a little big” for his age. He was 15 ounces and the norm for 20 weeks is around 10.5 to 11.5! She said he’s in the 96th percentile in size/weight! OMG! But I am happy to hear that he’s healthy and plump…I can’t wait to squeeze his fat little cheeks! ;)
What I’m missing? You’ll be shocked to hear this: I miss WINE!
How adorable is this picture?! :)
Movement: Yes! Little kicks…he gets very excited after I eat, and at night while I’m watching TV (probably because I’m still eating). The other night, while eating popcorn in bed, he gave me such a jab that I actually jumped! ;) Brad can’t feel him yet, but I think he will be able to any day now! (Count the # of times I wrote “eat” in that last paragraph and you’ll learn my new favorite hobby!)
Food cravings: I’ve eaten an apple a day almost every single day of my pregnancy. That’s a craving that lives on. And I’ve recently been eating microwave popcorn like it’s crack.
Anything making you queasy or sick: I’m still very turned off by meat, especially of the “fowl” persuasion. Turkey and chicken are unappealing to me. Strangely, I have no problem with breaded chicken, like chicken nuggets, but the idea of eating a chicken breast makes me want to hurl.
Showing yet: Yes, it’s like one day, I woke up and I had grown a bump overnight. I finally feel like I look pregnant, vs. like I ate too much cake for dinner. Check out the comparison photo below…I can’t believe how much McBaby has grown in just 2 weeks (PS…I swear I don’t wear tunics and leggings every day…this is pure coincidence)! :)
Happy or Moody most of the time: I’m happy! :)
Who knew…how ABSOLUTELY, DEAD TIRED pregnancy makes you. This past Sunday we went to the Steelers game and sat in freezing temps and snow for 3.5 hours. That’s when I realized that I can’t do as much as I once could…I was so exhausted by the end of the day that I could hardly speak. Growing McBaby is hard work!
(How cold do we look in this picture? haha brrrr!)
Looking forward to: Brad feeling his little kicks! :) It’s surreal and weird, but it made it feel so much more real. I think it will seriously freak him out at first…but I also think he’ll love it. :) Also, looking forward to seeing his new crib put together and starting on his nursery! (Note: picture below is the crib we bought, but that’s not his nursery. Original picture here!)
30 Days of Thanks (Days 20 through 30)!
I know I’m late, but I wanted to finish off my 30 Days of Thanks with a post dedicated to my hero, my daddy. As I mentioned in my last post, when I was 22, I lost my dad and it quite literally rocked my world. It was by far the most painful thing that I have ever dealt with…but it also played a major role in shaping me into the person you see today. I was a daddy’s girl, and had a close relationship with him even as an adult. His death caught us completely off guard; I said goodbye to him on the night of Thanksgiving, and it was the last time I saw him alive.
Needless to say, Thanksgiving (and the holiday season in general) is a hard time of year for me, but this year was especially difficult, as it was the 10-year anniversary of his death. I wanted desperately to post that day in his honor, but due to a very busy weekend and emotional constrictions that led to serious writer’s block, I wasn’t able to. So today, I will pay tribute to the man that taught me so much, from how to wash and wax a car (not that I ever do it), to how to send my first email (on AOL dial-up, of course)! :)
Thanks dad, for…
Day 21: Teaching me to be rubber, not glue…
I have always been sensitive…I wear my heart on my sleeve, give my all, and it’s often led to me being hurt. I think my dad realized this from the time I was a young child, and so early on, he began to instill in me a simple mantra: ”Let it bounce off.” He would often say, “Don’t let things that hurt you stick like glue…instead let them bounce off, like you’re made of rubber.” It’s something I’ve referenced countless times in life, repeating to myself, “Let it bounce, let it bounce…” when something bothers me. It’ll never be my strong suit…I’ll always be soft-hearted, but it definitely helps in coping as I walk through this crazy life.
Day 22: My personality…
I didn’t even realize it until I was in my late 20s, but my personality is just like my dad’s. My optimism, my cheerful outlook on life, even the way I relate to people is very much HIM. I like who I am and how I see the world; I believe it’s helped me succeed and is to thank for all of the amazing people I am blessed to have in my life. And so for that, I am very thankful.
Day 23: My height…
I always hated being tall when I was younger…I had a growth spurt at 14 that made feel feel really awkward and gangly through much of high school. But as a I got older (and my sweet friend Sarah repeatedly said to me, “Mella, be happy you’re tall…TALL IS BEAUTIFUL), I become grateful for my height. Especially now that I have McBaby on board, I’m realizing how nice it is to have room for things to “spread out” a bit as I gain weight. ;) My dad was tall and lanky like me and always told me I would be thankful for my height someday. I just wish I could properly thank him now for that genetic blessing.
Day 24: My love of words…
I know, I said last week that I was thankful for my mom because of my love of words. And that’s true. But my dad was the writer like me. He had a talent for writing and could write about anything. The only problem was, he was his own worst critic. He labored over his sentences and his words until it lost the joy for him. I think that’s what held him back from actually getting anywhere with his talent (sounds all too familiar)! :)
Day 25: My flair for technology…
Brad says that I am “tech support” in the house, and it’s for good reason. Generally, if it’s technological, I can figure it out. I set up our iDevices and laptops, I handle troubleshooting on our wifi, I reprogram our garage codes and TV remotes…the list goes on. If I don’t know about it first-hand, I can figure it out, and I LIKE doing it. In fact, when it comes to troubleshooting, I can’t stop until I fix it. This is 100% my father. He sat me down when I was a teenager in front of our first computer with internet, and I never looked back. As I said in my 2nd 30 Days of Thanks post, technology is a huge part of my life, so for that I’m very grateful.
Day 26: Setting an example…
My dad was the prime example of what a husband should be. The way my dad loved my mom was the perfect example of what I wanted in a partner; I knew from a young age that if I found someone like my father, I should marry him immediately. And I did! I know my dad would not only approve of Brad, but he would adore him (just like everyone in my family does). I would give anything to see a conversation between the two of them…I have a feeling I would get a kick out it. :)
Day 27: Teaching me what a marriage should look like…
I am thankful that my mom and dad set a good example of what a marriage should look like. It was realistic…I knew they had problems, but I also watched them work through every one. I saw them make it through the bad times, relying on each other for support. And one thing remained true…their love never faltered. No matter what storm they weathered, their feelings never changed. It was their example that made me want to build a healthy marriage of my own someday. I’m so thankful for that!
Day 28: Sacrificing…always…
My dad taught me, not through words, but through example, that sometimes, you must make sacrifices for the people that you love. I watched him sacrifice for the people in his life (me included) time and time again, even when it wasn’t convenient, even when it hurt. And he never complained. He did it with a smile on his face.
Day 29: Teaching me to think first…
As I was growing up, my dad would say, “Don’t chance it.” Now he wasn’t talking about putting my self out there and taking chances in life. Instead, he meant, if there’s a dangerous outcome, don’t even chance it. Don’t balance your glass of milk on the couch arm. Don’t climb an unsteady ladder or balance on a wobbly chair. It can be applied to so many things in life, and though sometimes I learned the hard way, it’s something I think of often before I “chance it.” It’s his advice that has prevented a lot of pain and suffering in my life, and it’s advice that I will definitely pass on to McBaby someday.
Day 30: His undying love…
I only got a short 22 years with my dad, but what I never questioned in that time was his love for me. He was supportive and sensitive. He listened to my problems, and I know I could have come to him about anything without fear of judgement. The last words I exchanged with my dad were sweet (something I’m so thankful for). I told him I loved him, and he said, “I love you too, little darling.” It’s a moment that will forever stay in my mind…it’s a gift that I will have forever and I thank God for that.
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30 Days of Thanks (Days 14 through 20)!
This post is dedicated to my mom, who I couldn’t be more thankful for. My mom and I were always close…even in my teenage years, when I was hormonal and dramatic and…I’ll admit, a complete BRAT, my mom and I still had a close relationship. And that relationship only grew closer as a I got older, especially after we unexpectedly lost my dad to a heart attack when I was 22…a loss that completely rocked both of our worlds.
And so, days 14 through 20 go out to my mama, who I affectionately call “Little” because she’s 6 inches shorter than I am, who still babies me because I’ll always be her little girl, and who is, hands down, my best friend.
Day 14: Unfailing Love
In this great game we call life, we make a lot of mistakes. I’ve done my fair share of stupid things, and yet, my little mama has always loved me anyway. :) It’s nice to know that no matter how many dumb mistakes you make in life, you always have someone supporting you, telling you how it wasn’t that stupid, it wasn’t your fault, or just listening while you cry.
Day 15: Good Genetics
Even though, when I was younger, I used to tell my mom it was her fault that I had my crazy curly hair (hers and my dad’s actually…I didn’t stand a chance), now I’m thankful for those waves. And that’s just one of the many good genes that my mom passed down to me. I’m thankful for all the good things she gave me…just a few less things to worry about in this harsh game of life.
Day 16: Bargain Hunting
Probably from the very beginning of my life, my mom and I shopped together. My mom had a special knack in finding outrageous deals, from clothing to shoes, to even groceries. It it wasn’t on sale, we didn’t buy it, But if it was on sale, we found it. My teacher in 4th grade told me I was the best dressed kid she knew, but little did she know, my entire outfit probably cost under $10. I have fond memories of going on shopping sprees, then coming home and unloading our bags of spoils for my dad, modeling our finds and then telling him how much we saved on each item. He would praise us and tell us how good we did (and of course, how good we looked). It was a skill that was passed on to me at an early age; I HUNT bargains, as if it is a game. It is a TALENT, as far as I’m concerned, and I have my mom to thank (and possibly my dad too, for all that positive reinforcement).
Day 17: Constant Support
This kind of goes along with Day 14, but my mom is my rock. She’s my support system, and I couldn’t make it without her. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve called her crying, and she’s eased my mind from hundreds of miles away. I call her first when I’m upset and I call her first with good news. I always know she’s praying for what’s best for me, and I always know she’ll celebrate every accomplishment with me. And I know I’m lucky for that…not all moms are like that.
Day 18: My Mom, the Editor
I wrote a novel, and only one person (from my personal life, that is) has read it: My mom. I’ll admit, I wanted the first person that read my book to be the woman who adores everything I do. ;) BUT, I also knew she’d give me honest feedback. And she did. She identified parts that needed more so that I could make it better, but she also gave me the confidence to begin putting it out there. Thanks for that, mama!
Day 19: My Love for the Written Word
Day 18 brings me to my next point: While my dad was more of the writer in the family, my mom is the AVID reader. One of those great genetical traits she passed on to me was my speedy reading and comprehension. I can finish a novel in a day (but not get anything else accomplished). I LOVE to read. Books are my crack…once I start, I can’t stop until I finish it. I become obsessed with the stories and the characters; it is a much-needed escape for me. My love for reading is what inspired me to write my novel in the first place. A lifetime of reading has helped me become articulate and better spoken; it has inspired my novel and has made me determined to someday be able to read my own words between the hard covers of a tangible, published novel someday. :) And when that day comes, I will have my mom and dad to thank!
Day 20: An Amazing Grandma
I think my mom became “grandma” the day Brad and I called her and told her the news. But since then, she’s been unbelievably supportive. She calls to find out how I’m feeling. She assures me that I’m not crazy, just hormonal when I tell her how I started crying over an Oral B commercial (but seriously, watch this tear jerker - I cry EVERY. TIME. I WATCH). And she’s made a major contribution to McBaby’s wardrobe. Plus, I know she’s going to be an invaluable resource once I have the kid and have no idea what to do with him. Me and McBaby are lucky to have her as a mama/grandma…I know she’ll be the best at it. :)
McSurvey (17ish Weeks)!
How far along? 17ish weeks! McBaby is the size of an onion!
Total weight gain/loss: I don’t know…I haven’t weighed myself in the last few days. At the doctor last week I was exactly the same.
Maternity clothes? I don’t NEED to wear them yet…my regular clothes fit fine. However, my beloved friend, Jen, sent me all of her maternity clothes and I’ve worn a few of the shirts because they’re so darn cute! Also, I wore a pair of those jeans with the elastic band yesterday and decided they will be a new wardrobe staple (not just during pregnancy but for the rest of my life).
Stretch marks? No. I drown myself in cocoa butter daily.
Sleep: Sleep is good, though I wake up at around 4 AM every morning for no reason. Not sure what that’s about…
Top moment of the week: Nothing overly exciting, but I bought McBaby the cutest little gray hoodie from Zulily this week! ;) Seriously…how cute is this?!
What I’m missing? Ahi tuna. I went out last week with Brad, Sara and Canaan, and they ALL ordered ahi tuna. It was torture! ;)
Movement: I don’t think so, though I don’t know if I’d recognize it if I did feel it. I think it will happen in the next few weeks. :)
Food cravings: Strangely…Papa Johns pizza. It’s so weird…it’s not all pizza, just Papa Johns. More specifically, I want the crust to dip in garlic butter. YUM.
Anything making you queasy or sick: Some foods but it’s completely random and ever changing. I still hate the idea of Pad Thai…a bad experience during early pregnancy is to blame.
Showing yet: A little bit of a bump. :) If you know I’m prego, you can see it. If you don’t…well you just think I’m fat.
This is me…but at 16ish weeks. Brad’s been gone all week, so I had to self-portrait! ;)
Happy or Moody most of the time: Happy! :)
Who knew?! I learned this week that you’re not supposed to lie on your back after 20 weeks. Well you can, but you’ll get lightheaded. Apparently it puts pressure on some vein which pumps blood to your brain. Holy crap…who knew?!
Looking forward to: Feeling him move! And seeing him again at my 20 week ultrasound! And getting his new sweatshirt. And starting on his nursery. So many things! ;)
30 Days of Thanks (Days 6 through 13)!
Wow, I’ve really dropped the ball in the last week on my 30 Days of Thanks. But I’m not a quitter, darn it! I’m all about efficiency! And for that reason, we are going to tackle all 8 days right here. Right now. Buckle up, folks!
Day 6: My sweet ride! ;)
I’m not a car person…never really have been. I don’t know the different brands or the models. I base my car on price, practicality, and…color. :) I also work from home, and don’t put a lot of mileage on my car, which allows me to lease. As my lease was ending in January, Brad and I began our hunt for a car that met my criteria: heated seats so my bum will be warm during Ohio’s wretched 5 month long winter, and a price that made sense for the amount that I actually drive the damn thing. Oh yeah, and it had to be pretty. And we found it! We found an amazing car at an amazing deal with leather heated seats that keep my toosh toasty, a moon roof that I didn’t even know I wanted but LOVE, and…my gosh, it’s cute. ;) Most of all, I’m just thankful for reliable transportation that always gets me where I need to be.
Day 7: Pinterest
Ok, I know you may laugh at me, but I really am thankful for Pinterest! I get all of my recipes from Pinterest (check out my Recipes I’ve Tried board…there’s some great, and not-so-great, ones in there). Pinterest has helped me become more organized, become a better decorator, and it’s even helped me become more fashionable. So yes, it goes on my “I’m thankful” list!
Day 8: House Hunters
Yes…Brad and I were on House Hunters. Maybe someday I’ll decide to dedicate a whole post to the story, but for now, this is all she wrote: I’m thankful for the experience of a lifetime that made me put myself out there in ways I never have. It was nerve wracking and exhilarating and unlike anything I’ve ever done. And I’m thankful I did it, even though the anxiety I had about our show airing probably took a year off my life. ;)
Day 9: Friends
I have amazing people in my life. Truly amazing friends who treat me with respect, who love me like a sister, who lift me up and encourage me and support me when I need it most. As an only child, I didn’t grow up with sisters. But I like to think that my bond with “my girls” is about as close as it gets. :)
Day 10: Fall
I hate winter. I love spring and summer and definitely prefer the warmer temperatures! But I love FALL. It is beautiful, with the leaves changing and the climate at its finest (“not too hot, not too cold; all you need is a light jacket!”) ;) Fall makes me think of sweet childhood memories and bonfires and warm apple cider…all happy things in my book.
Day 11: Family
I have a HUGE family…on my mom’s side especially. I don’t see them often…once a year, if that. But that doesn’t hinder the closeness that we all share. Thanks to Facebook and a yearly family reunion, we are able to keep up with each others’ lives and continue a bond that we are very blessed with. And as news about McBaby and House Hunters spread across that family, and I saw how truly happy they were for us, I was reminded once again of just how much I’m loved and how lucky I am to be a part of something so special.
Day 12: Words
I love to write. And I love to read. These are two things that have been a part of who I am since I was a young child. But sometimes I realize just how much I love the written word. I love quotes and lyrics and anything where someone masters the art of making something beautiful out of a language that so many take for granted.
Day 13: Utilities
The temperatures are getting colder. I stepped outside and felt the chill in the air this morning, and was happy to get inside into the warmth of my home. I am so thankful for heat, blankets, electric, running water…those are “luxuries” that we so rarely think about in our blessed country, but there are so many that go without them, and I’m so thankful that I’m not one of them.
30 Days of Thanks (Days 4 & 5)!
Alright…it’s important to know thyself, right? Well here’s what I know…I’m never going to manage to do 2 separate days of thanks in one day. So let’s combine the two…shall we?
Day 4: Home
From the beginning of our relationship, Brad and I have kind of been nomads. Over the past 5+ years of our marriage, we have moved 4 times and lived in 3 different states. We have bought houses and condos, we have decorated and redecorated. We have hung our hats in dwellings across the Midwest…and every one of those places have felt like home to me, because I was with the person I loved. However, there was one thing we were missing: that settled feeling. That feeling that we could hang our pictures on the walls without feeling like we were going to have to pack them up again in a year. And then…we moved to Columbus and eventually bought the house that we live in now. Now I can look out at the backyard and imagine our kids playing there. I can paint the walls without considering how it will look for resale. I can imagine building a life in this beautiful HOME, and it’s a wonderful feeling for which I am very thankful!
Day 5: My Health
Today marks week 16 of my pregnancy. I’m about 2 weeks into the 2nd trimester, and I am finally feeling human again. My first few months of growing McBaby were rough…I realize just how “rough” they really are as I look back on them now. I was lucky in the fact that I never got “sick” per se…but I was constantly queasy. I had no appetite but was hungry all of the time. I was exhausted and energy less, and those ailments combined with my hormones made me edgy and emotional. It was pretty miserable. Thankfully, the second trimester brought relief! My energy levels are back, the queasiness is gone, and I’m eating like a HORSE. But those months made me more thankful than ever for my health. I’m so happy to feel good again, and I think Brad must be even more thankful (I was a lot to handle)! ;)
30 Days of Thanks (Day 3)!
I knew I was bound to miss a day here and there. But I missed it for good reason, I swear! This weekend, Brad and I made a mini road trip 2 hours north, to our hometown, to spend Saturday and Sunday morning with his parents, brother, and sister-in-law. For so long, we lived out of state, and those types of quick 1-day trips weren’t possible. It’s been so nice, since we’ve moved back to the O-H, that we’re able to jump in the car and see our family and friends whenever we like.
Day 3: My In-Laws
On day 3, I am thankful for my in-laws. I know…it’s rare that you actually hear someone say that, which is why I am so thankful. ;) I am truly blessed with the greatest “inherited family” ever. We actually have fun together and enjoy each others’ company, which turns every family get together into a fun time vs. an obligation. I’m actually very similar to my mother-in-law in many ways; so much so, in fact, that I always tell Brad he married his mother. :) But it makes for a good time and great conversation every time we’re together. I’m so lucky to have married into such a wonderful family…anyone with “difficult” in-laws can certainly understand! :)
P.S. Since this is a make-up post from yesterday, stay tuned for Day 4 of “30 Days of Thanks” later this evening! :)
30 Days of Thanks (Day 2)!
I am writing this post from my phone…my first time ever using the Tumblr app! I must say, I am impressed! Which leads me to wonder for the millionth time…how did I ever live without a smart phone? ;)
And speaking of…
Day 2: Technology
I know this sounds trivial, but I am so thankful for technology and the privileges it allows me. Of course, I enjoy my smart phone and my iPad and all of the other “toys” that I am blessed with in life. But technology plays an even bigger role for me…it is my career! I work in the field of web marketing and website development…my career is quite literally built on technology. And in addition, I’m blessed enough to work from home full time, yet another perk of the amazing and quickly developing world of technology. Thanks to laptops, wireless Internet, Skype and FaceTime (to name a few), I am able to work from a home office doing a job I love.
30 Days of Thanks (Day 1)!
Every year on Facebook, a few of my friends post daily status updates with 1 thing they are thankful for every day. And every year, I say I’m going to do the same. And every year, I forget or lose track of time…and suddenly it’s the end of November and I haven’t posted once.
I realized today, when I looked at the calendar to discover that it’s November 1st already, that this is a perfect activity for my blog!
Some days I am just overwhelmed with all of the things I have to be thankful for, and so rarely do I take a minute to express that gratitude. I refuse to live a life that’s so busy that I never stop to be grateful for all of the lovely things I have.
So today is the beginning…over the next 30 days, I will post one thing per day that I am thankful for. Let the games begin!
It only makes sense that my #1 is my husband, because he is #1 in my life. He loves me in a way that I never thought anyone could love me; it is complete, unchanging, and genuine. He always has my back, he always wants what is best for me, and my happiness truly makes him happy. I am so blessed to have found such a wonderful man who loves me like that, and let me tell you, the feeling is mutual. I am thankful for the strong marriage we have, and for the strong family that I know we will build as a result. My only hope is that I can raise my baby boy to be as wonderful a man as his daddy is (and it shouldn’t be hard, as he has a great role model).
McSurvey (15 Weeks)!
How far along? 15 weeks (time is speeding by!) We’re in the second trimester! Woohoo smooth sailing now! ;)
Total weight gain/loss: About the same…the doctor says I’ll start gaining in the next few weeks. :)
Maternity clothes? Nope! Then again, my “office” wardrobe does consist of leggings and yoga pants, so it’s not as noticeable.
Stretch marks? None to report! (Anyone in a mile radius of me can probably smell my cocoa butter aroma, though!)
Sleep: My energy is back! I’m sleeping fairly normal again, other than waking up once per night to go to the bathroom. Sometimes I can even stay awake past 10 PM! I know…big accomplishment! ;)
Top moment of the week: MCBABY IS A BOY!!! We had an early gender reveal ultrasound because MOMMY couldn’t wait one more minute! And it’s true…he made it VERY easy to tell! We’re so excited!!!! And we got to see him again, and he was so much bigger than he was just 3 weeks ago. He was moving around and sucking his thumb again, and he had his little legs pulled up to his chest and his ankles crossed. HEART MELT!!!
What I’m missing? wine…I miss wine nights spent giggling and talking with my girls. We still giggle and talk, but the wine aspect is missing. :)
Movement: Not yet…but it should be coming soon!
Food cravings: Fruit! I eat an apple EVERY day! And tomatoes. I sit and eat cherry tomatoes like popcorn! Oh and glazed donuts…I finally caved one and bought one at Kroger the other day, and that craving seems to have subsided since. ;)
Anything making you queasy or sick: Some meat turns me off. But most of my queasiness has worn off. It’s just sometimes, nothing sounds good to eat. Hopefully that will continue to improve as we work through Trimester 2!
Showing yet: Kinda…but if you don’t know I’m pregnant, I just look like I’m just bloated. ;)
Gender: BOY BOY BOY! I can’t wait to meet you, little man!
Happy or Moody most of the time: Happy…though I have my moments. ;)
Who knew? Pregnancy makes you lose your balance! I guess equilibrium is off when you’re pregnant…but I never expected this! I nearly passed out the other day from getting up too fast (Brad nearly had a heart attack). And sometimes, I’ll just be standing somewhere and kind of fall over. Ha…as if I needed any more help being uncoordinated!
Looking forward to: Feeling him move! And seeing him again at my 20 week ultrasound!